Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering

Wright State to celebrate Engineers Week Feb. 21-25

During Engineers Week, students will have the opportunity to explore internships and careers with local employers. Continue reading

Wright State’s IHE, business online programs among nation’s best for 2022, says U.S. News and World Report

Wright State’s ranked graduate programs include Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, MBA, Information Systems, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Continue reading

Neuroengineering research of Wright State faculty member Sherif Elbasiouny receives $2.72 million NIH grant to continue study of ALS

The research project employs engineering and neuroscience techniques to study how neurons that control muscles degenerate in ALS. Continue reading

Data driven

Graduate engineering student and data intern Kaitlyn Ellison was awarded the prestigious Cacioppo Scholarship

Interning with a defense contractor, graduate industrial and human factors engineering student Kaitlyn Ellison digs up elusive data and makes it understandable. Continue reading

Top research stories of 2021

From developing a super sunscreen to monitoring brain injuries to tracking COVID-19 misinformation, Wright State faculty and students pursued important research endeavors in 2021. Continue reading

Nearly 1,200 students to graduate at Wright State’s fall commencement

Wright State will hold commencement ceremonies in the Wright State Nutter Center for its Graduate School on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. and for undergraduate students on Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. Continue reading

Wright State professor Ulas Sunar wins prestigious NIH Brain Initiative research grant

Ulas Sunar, an Ohio Research Scholar and Endowed Chair in Medical Imaging, received an $811,410 federal grant to develop a novel neuromonitoring approach for monitoring patients with acute brain injuries. Continue reading

Fast acting

Biomedical engineering and electrical engineering student Yara Hakim discovers blueprint for career success

Wright State graduate student Yara Hakim has been persistent in her pursuit of college credits, jobs and internships, leading to a position at Kettering Health. Continue reading

Risk factor

Wright State biomedical engineering alumnus Zachary Kiehl heads a startup company with pioneering health and safety technology

Wright State biomedical engineering alumnus Zachary Kiehl cofounded Sentinel Occupational Safety, which is developing wearable sensor technology and safety software. Continue reading

Getting into a rhythm

Wright State biomedical engineering alum Bridget Frost thriving at a heart technology company

Wright State University biomedical engineering alumna Bridget Frost helps develop devices used in cardiac surgery. Continue reading