Carnegie Mellon University

Posters and Awards

Outstanding Poster Awards

All posters were reviewed by multiple judges. Based on the assessment of the Panel of Judges, the following are the presenting and first author of winning posters (in alphabetic order of presenting authors’ names):

Stefanie L. Baker
Intramolecular Interactions of Conjugated Polymers Mimic Molecular Chaperones to Stabilize ProteinPolymer Conjugates
Carnegie Mellon University

Zhengxiang Cai
Noninvasive Imaging of Epileptic Activity from Scalp EEG via Different Biomarkers
Carnegie Mellon University

Anna Kalmykov
Three-Dimensional Sensor Arrays for Exploring Electrophysiology of Electrogenic Microtissues
Carnegie Mellon University

   

Po-Yi Lee
Snapshot Polarized Light Microscopy for Quantifying Collagen Fiber Orientation in Ocular Tissues
University of Pittsburgh

Hikaru Mamiya
Exposure of Muscle Stem Cells to a Stiff Microenvironment Drives an “Aged” Mitochondrial Phenotype
University of Pittsburgh

Katrina P Nguyen
Mice Learn to Modulate Intra- and Inter-Limb Paw Kinematics with Training on a Novel Locomotor Behavioral Paradigm
Carnegie Mellon University

Xiaodan Niu
Noninvasive Ultrasound Neuromodulation Induces Long Term Depression in Rat Hippocampus
Carnegie Mellon University

Abstract Submission

Abstracts are invited in any area of biomedical engineering. For consideration to be included in the Forum program, authors should submit abstract(s), including the title, authorship, institutions of the authors, and an abstract of no more than 150 words. An e-mail acknowledging receipt of submission will be sent out within 3 business days.

**Submission is closed.**

Poster Session and Competition

During the poster session, there will be a competition for all non-faculty presenters in which top posters will be awarded a certificate and monetary ($200) prize at the Closing Ceremony. Multiple outstanding poster awards will be provided based on the quality of work and presentation.

To participate in the Poster Competition, the presenter of the poster must be the first author (non-faculty: graduate or undergraduate students, postdocs, residents, fellows) and available for the judges during the official poster viewing session.

Selected poster presentations will be invited for submission to a special issue in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

Guidelines for Poster Presentation

You will be expected to set up your poster between 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM on September 21, 2018. Posters will be on display throughout the day, and will be taken down only after the conclusion of the program (5 PM).

The poster should include a title, authors, institutions, and be 4 feet wide and 4 feet tall.

Please refer to the Poster Session for the assigned abstract number.