Author: Shawn Gomez

Announcing the i4 Program

The i4 Program is a novel initiative within the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering that melds traditional undergraduate engineering education with biomedical entrepreneurship. Composed of four phases of need Identification, Ideation, Innovation and Implementation, this mentored design program culminates in an annual competition awarding a financial prize that supports further intellectual property development and the eventual formation of a student-founded company. Bringing talented students together with highly accomplished academic, clinical and industry professionals, the i4 Program drives young, innovative entrepreneurship into the Triangle region while fostering the creation of practical solutions to real-world problems. Dates and other important information...

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Bioimage informatics paper on automated invadopodia analysis selected as a “Top Cancer Biology Paper” in PeerJ

We are happy to announce that our paper on the Automated Analysis of Invadopodia Dynamics in Live Cells ( was recently selected as one of the “Top 10” cancer biology papers for 2015 in PeerJ ( were also happy to make this paper initially available as a preprint ( Many other exciting and high-quality papers are part of this collection, so have a...

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Abstract nominated for top presentation

Kyla’s presentation of “The Activation State of the Breast Cancer Kinome: Characterization of Subtypes and Identification of Key Regulatory Kinases” was nominated as a top presentation in the Bioinformatics, Computational and Systems Biology Track at the BMES Annual Meeting in San Antonio – congratulations...

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