Science in a Creative Society
Biomedical Engineering in a Creative Way. Dr. Fanny Chapelin, University of Kentucky, USA
Dr. Chapelin’s fields of study include Biomedical Sciences, Bioengineering, and Biomedical Engineering. She graduated from University of San Diego, and is currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Kentucky. Her research interests include non-invasive Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), where developing effective methods to track immune cells and their pathologies. The specifics includes cancer research treatments, transplant rejection, and autoimmune diseases. Dr. Chapelin will talk on different topics including:
- What inspired her to pick Biomedical Engineering?
- What is the purpose of MRI?
- What does it mean to achieve the highest resolution of MRI?
- Can cancer signatures be traced for early diagnoses?
- What are the responsibilities of each scientist in order to make a Creative Society a reality today?
- How do you envision Creative Society in Biomedical Engineering?
- How do you envision Creative Society in the International Scientific community?