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Pursuing Bioengineering PhD to Affect Patient Outcomes through Research

Kevin Bardon, PhD’23, bioengineering, began his doctoral studies after a 20-year career of academic and industry research, with a goal to lead independent research. At Northeastern, he has jointly filed for a patent for a real-time immune biomarker detection system, is preparing to publish several papers on optimized photoacoustic contrast agents, and he presented his research at professional gatherings.

Samuel Munoz

NSF CAREER Award to Improve Flood Hazard Assessments

MES/CEE Assistant Professor Samuel Muñoz was awarded a $718K NSF CAREER award for “Sedimentary signatures of large riverine floods to constrain risk and build resiliency.”

Tommaso Melodia

Building A Connection Between Commanders and Directors

ECE William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia is one of ten local directors to be inducted into the Hanscom Air Force Base Honorary Commander and Director program, which pairs military-connected commanders and directors with civic counterparts to foster relationships, collaborate and share ideas, and build rapport between key community members and senior leaders at Hanscom […]

Improving Wireless IoT Signals Across Communication Channels

ECE Research Assistant Professor Salvatore D’Oro, William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia, and Assistant Professor Francesco Restuccia were awarded a patent for “Device and method for reliable classification of wireless signals.”