Healthy Humanity

The global average life expectancy of the human population has more than doubled since 1900, much of it due to rapid advances in medical technologies. The concept of managing health and wellness in a highly precise and personalized manner is now emerging—for the health of individuals as well as for the public health of populations. As technology development makes health and wellness more personalized, precise, interactive, and focused on a holistic view of the patient, we will make critical advances in improving human health.

Biomechanics

Prof. Kasza Wins Packard Fellowship

Karen Kasza won the fellowship for her research that “explores how cells work together to build tissues and organs with diverse shapes and structures during More
Oct 15 2018 | By Holly Evarts | Photo credit: Timothy Lee Photographers | Video Credit: Jane Nisselson/Columbia Engineering
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