PATHS UP is happy to announce the following winners for this years Seed Fund Application. This year, $115,000 was awarded in total to 4 faculty and 3 students. Innovation Seed Fund Program For the faculty awards of $25,000 each were granted to the following: Dr. Joshua Hutcheson – Low-cost Assessment of Cardiac Function and Remodeling […]
Read our August 2021 Newsletter regarding the upcoming IPAB meeting, our summer interns, and 2021 summer REU program.
Introducing the newest Student Leadership Council members. Read their bios here.
PATHS-UP Innovation Seed Fund Winner, Dr. Souptik Barua, was recently interviewed by the Data to Knowledge Lab at Rice University on how he uses data science for health. Read the full Q&A on the D2K News Site!
PATHS-UP is committed to a culture of inclusivity, and all of our members reject and condemn all forms of racism, discrimination, brutality and violence. As an NSF Engineering Research Center whose focus is to develop health technologies and systems for underserved and underrepresented populations, we actively promote diversity and inclusion within our field not limited […]
Brian Pogue has organized a webinar series, sponsored by the Journal of Biomedical Optics, featuring hot topics in biomedical optics. The speakers and moderators are JBO editors and guest editors, and the first two topics in the series will be tied to upcoming special sections for JBO: Monday, 15 June, 12 pm–1:30 pm EDT: “Artificial […]
PATHS-UP is committed to providing a holistic experience for all members of our team. To ensure we do not miss an opportunity, we have recently created an ECR Planning & Insight Committee (EPIC). Members of the EPIC committee represent key players from three of the four pillars. They include Culture of Inclusion, Innovation Ecosystem, Workforce […]
PATHS-UP is happy to announce the 2020 Innovation Seed Fund Winners. A total of $90,000 of grants were awarded to students and faculty this year,
Congratulations to PATHS-UP’s own TJ Falohun for earning 2nd place in the NSF ERC “Perfect Pitch” Competition on October 25th, 2019.
PATHS-UP is excited to announce our newest innovation partnership and Industry/Practitioner Advisory Board Member – the United States’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Congratulations to Dr. Dino Di Carlo from UCLA on receiving a new R25 grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
The PATHS-UP team is happy to announce the following recipients of the Seed Funding awards.
Congratulations to Dr. Aydogan Ozcan, PATHS-UP Thrust 2 Co-Lead, on being elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
PATHS-Up Director of Diversity and Inclusion Theresa Chatman recommended to NSF ERC Planning Committee
Congratulations to Theresa Chatman, PATHS-Up Director of Diversity and Inclusion, who will serve on the 2019 NSF ERC Biennial Meeting Planning Committee.
Congratulations to Dr. Cote for being selected as one of the 15 faculty of the Texas A&M System to be named Regent Professor!
Research into wearable medical device receives backing from telemonitoring company Coordination Centric
The Texas A&M Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations (PATHS-UP) has been working since September 2017 to study remote wearable technology to help people monitor and manage diabetes and heart disease in underserved communities.
Dr. Prioleau is currently a PATHS-UP postdoctoral fellow doing research under the advisement of Dr. Sabharwal and Dr. Veeraraghavan at Rice University. She has been working on PATHS-UP activities since the very beginning, lending her expertise and enthusiasm even before receiving the official award notification.
PATHS-UP’s Members win runner-up for Best Poster Presentation Award at the IEEE Body Sensor Network conference
A poster presentation by a team of researchers in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, received runner up for Best Poster Award in the student poster competition at the 2018 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Body Sensor Networks in March.
NSF’s Vizzies Challenge, now in its 16th year, invites researchers and members of the general public to submit their best science or engineering visualization. In partnership with PopSci.com, this year’s Vizzies closes on April 15th, and we need your help to get the word out about the Challenge!
Texas A&M is headed to Austin, Texas, to the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference to bring our outstanding thought leadership, research and innovations during “Innovation Week.”