VCU College of Engineering

VCU College of Engineering VCU College of Engineering

601 W. Main St., Richmond, 23284, VA, US

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The VCU College of Engineering, an innovation front-runner in academics and research, brings real-world education to Central Virginia. Our collaborative and multidisciplinary partnerships prepare undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students for leadership. Part of a premier research university, the VCU College of Engineering enhances regional and global prosperity through cutting-edge developments in tissue engineering, drug delivery, bioinformatics, cybersecurity, mechanical systems and particle science. We make it real by turning great ideas into breakthrough technologies. Our facilities are hubs of discovery, powered by an expanding student body and faculty committed to excellence.

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Henry J. Donahue, Ph.D.

Henry J. Donahue, Ph.D.

Alice T. and William H. Goodwin Jr. Professor and Distinguished Chair, Department of Biomedical Engineering | Co-director, VCU Institute for Engineering and Medicine | BS, San Diego State University; Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara

Bone, mechanobiology, regenerative medicine, effects of space travel on bone and muscle, gap junctions, osteoblast, osteocyte, osteoclast

Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering Musculoskeletal Mechanobiology Space Biology and Bioengineering

Carl Elks, Ph.D.

Carl Elks, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor Elks' career focuses on maturing and advancing the state of the art in the areas of safety assessment and fault tolerance.

Biologically Inspired Self-Healing Systems Runtime Verification and Monitoring Assessment Methods for Dependable and High Integrity Systems Cyber Physical Systems Human System Interactions in Autonomous Systems Complexity Aware Design for Critical Systems Fault Injection for Cyber Physical Systems

Ding-Yu  Fei, Ph.D.

Ding-Yu Fei, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S., M.S., Tsinghua University, China | Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Bioinstrumentation expert, theorizing the future of brain-computer interface-based devices

Development of new instruments for applications in telemedicine Development of brain-computer interface-based devices for patients with movement disorder Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques for studies of vessel properties and vascular hemodynamics Ultrasonic imaging techniques for studies of cardiovascular dynamics Technologies for radiation oncology Bioinstrumentation

Afroditi Filippas

Afroditi Filippas

Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor Filippas' research focuses on signal processing and nonlinear statistical analysis techniques

Microwave and RF Modeling and Simulation Signal Processing Medical Devices

Stephen S. Fong, Ph.D.

Stephen S. Fong, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering

Bioengineer who modifies micro-organisms to produce chemicals (e.g. from beer to fuel).

Systems Biology Synthetic Biology Evolutionary Biology Metabolic engineering Molecular engineering Molecular Evolution Computational Modeling Computational metabolic modeling Biorefineries

Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, Ph.D.

Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Fluid mechanics expert, with a penchant for nanotechnology and microelectromechanical systems

Fluids in motion Turbulence and flow control Viscous pumps and microturbines Micro- and nanotechnology Large-scale disasters Microelectromechanical Systems

Preetam Ghosh, Ph.D.

Preetam Ghosh, Ph.D.

Professor, Graduate Program Director

Professor Ghosh researches systems biology, specifically stochastic modeling and discrete event simulation

Systems Biology Stochastic modeling and discrete event simulation Reverse engineering analysis and visualization of gene regulatory networks (GRNs) Static/Dynamic modeling and control of network robustness Graph theoretic analysis of protein interaction networks to identify functionally significant modules Mobile ubiquitous and grid computing Optimization problems in wireless networks

Braden Goddard, Ph.D.

Braden Goddard, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Professor Goddard is a nuclear engineer specializing in nuclear security and nonproliferation.

Nuclear security and counter terrorism Nonproliferation and international safeguards Radiation detection and measurements Environmental measurements and assay

Laleh Golshahi, Ph.D.

Laleh Golshahi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Dr. Golshahi specializes in aerosol science and in vitro-in vivo correlations for respiratory support, diagnosis and inhalation therapy.

Aerosol Science and Medicine In Vitro and In Vivo Models Of Respiratory Deposition Health-Related Aerosols Exposure Control Targeted Respiratory Drug Delivery Aerosol filtration Biotherapeutics Gas and aerosol transport in biological systems

Frank A. Gulla

Frank A. Gulla

Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering.

Engineering Education Process Control Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Total Quality Management

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