Our Research is Highlighted by MTU Biomedical Engineering Newsletter: Arteries on Aisle 9

Feng Zhao dreams of the day when replacement blood vessels will be as easy as buying garden hoses.

In the United States alone, hundreds of thousands of people a year undergo surgery to bypass a blocked artery and restore blood flow.  Typically, surgeons first cut a vein from the patient’s leg or chest.  Then they use it to create a detour around a blockage in the artery, restoring circulation.  [Read More]