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Biomedical Computing and Devices Laboratory

Biomedical Computing and Devices Lab

Kansas State University
3098 Engineering Hall
1701D Platt St
Manhattan, KS 66506


Email: prakashp@ksu.edu

 

Join us!

Our inter-disciplinary work provides research opportunities in: image-guided interventions, medical devices, applied electromagnetics and antennas, computational modeling, bioheat transfer, and medical instrumentation.

Prospective postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, and undergraduate students interested in pursuing research with the lab are encouraged to contact Dr. Punit Prakash (prakashp@ksu.edu). Please include a brief description of your professional interests and goals and a summary of your academic preparation and prior research and/or professional experience. 

News

August 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Pegah Faridi for successfully completing her PhD! Pegah will pursue postdoctoral research with our group for the next year. 

May 2020

Congratulations to Austin Pfannenstiel, who received an NSF SBIR Phase II grant for his start-up company's (Precision Microwave) work on directed ablation technology. Our group, together with colleagues with in the College of Veterinary Medicine, are looking forward to collaborating with Austin on this project. 

March 2020 

Congratulations to Dr. Hojjat Fallahi for successfully completing his PhD, and receiving a K-State Alumni Association Graduate Student Award for Academics. Hojjat will pursue postdoctoral research with our group for the next year. 

February 2020

Our group received an NIH R01 award to investigate a sub-ablative microwave thermal therapy approach for treating primary aldosteronism. We're looking forward to pursuing this project together with our collaborators at KSU, NUI Galway, and Ulster University. 

September 2019 

Hojjat Fallahi received KSU University Distinguished Professors Graduate Student Award . Congratulations, Hojjat!

August 2019

Faraz Chamani defended his thesis and received the MS degree. Faraz is continuing his graduate studies in the lab as a PhD student. Congratulations, Faraz!