Michelle Heusser, a bioengineering graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh and an ARCS Scholar Alum, received a scholarship from the Society for the Neural Control of Movement (NCM). Although the 2020 meeting did not take place, the society recently recognized the scholarship winners and celebrated their work.
Denver Faulk, Ph.D. a successful Pitt Bioengineer, was an ARCS Scholar 7 years ago. On completing his Ph.D., he chose a career path that combines academic affiliation and industry innnovation. Dr. Faulk stayed in Pittsburgh by becoming the Principal Biomedical Engineer at ALung Technologies, creating life-saving devices. Click here for more on... Read more
Social networks can be a phenomenal tool to stay connected with friends, family, and peers, but have you considered its growing importance to major world problems? ARCS Pittsburgh Scholar Tom Magelinski, PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University, has and he hopes to adapt existing tools of network science to gain... Read more
Born in rural Iowa, in a town of 5,000 people in the southwest, Peter Lund now finds himself a CMU doctoral student and third year ARCS scholar working in neuroscience. “In general,” Peter says, “my work involves brain-computer... Read more
I bought some analysis software with my ARCS money,” said Brooke Sullivan, third-year ARCS scholar at Pitt. “We have it in the lab, and now I also have it on my home computer.” The lab for... Read more