A new industry-supported center located at the Beckman Institute plans to image molecules, live cells, and tissues in the body before, during, and after drug treatment in order to understand the efficacy of the drugs and the response of the body to treatments.
Philip Barnett, an undergraduate in aerospace engineering, conducts research as a part of Beckman’s Autonomous Materials Systems Group.
Preethi Jyothi, a Beckman Institute Postdoctoral Fellow, is working towards creating technology that can help with the development of automatic speech recognition software for any language spoken anywhere in the world.
Beckman Institute Postdoctoral Fellow John Biggan examines cognitive aging in older adults and the cognitive effects on children whose mothers are physically active during pregnancy.
The Spring 2016 Synergy features Philip Barnett, an undergraduate researcher who works on developing batteries for electrical vehicles. The GSK Center for Optical Molecular Imaging, based at the Beckman Institute, is a collaboration between the Biophotonics Imaging Laboratory and GSK, a research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare company. Beckman Postdoctoral Fellows are developing speech recognition software for low-resource languages and examining how exercise helps improve cognition. The Vis Lab provides 3D visualization to help with genetic analysis, and the Biomedical Imaging Center has rolled out a new cloud system to help researchers with increased processing speed and a stable work environment.