Bram Hunt, ARCS Scholar 2018-2019, is working diligently to complete his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering under the mentorship of Dr. Ravi Ranjan, a clinical electrophysiologist. His current project applies modern engineering technologies, particularly artificial intelligence (AI) and sophisticated electrophysiology analysis methods, to the treatment of atrial fibrillation.
Anthony Yin, ARCS Scholar 2018-2019 is working on his PhD in Mechanical Engineering. His current research is focused on creating porous fluorhydroxyapatite scaffolds using freeze casting. He is analyzing the material and mechanical properties of the porous scaffolds as well as looking into the viability of human osteoblast cells as these... Read more
Sean Collon, MD, ARCS Scholar 2019-2020 is working on two projects related to eye health in Utah. The first is a Community Health Needs Assessment which will provide data to allow for much more efficient and effective delivery of care to underserved regions and populations. The data collection phase is just... Read more
Emily Diedrich, ARCS Scholar 2019-2020, is working on completing her PhD in Civil Engineering. Her focus is on mass timber beam-column joints and mass timber frames. The first phase of the project will focus on the joint which uses steel plates and dowels to connect an LVL beam and column. ... Read more
Dr. Bradley Jacobsen, M.D., ARCS Scholar (2017-2018) has recently been accepted as a vitreoretinal fellow at The Retina Group of Washington in Washington, D.C. "Because of the funds provided by the ARCS foundation, I was able to conduct and publish the research that I was passionate about. I think that... Read more