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March 25, 2020

Three biomedical engineers among AIMBE 2020 Fellows

Written By: Tom Ziemer

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University of Wisconsin-Madison biomedical engineering Professor Paul Campagnola, Associate Professor Pamela Kreeger and Associate Professor Kip Ludwig have earned spots in the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s 2020 class of new members to its College of Fellows.

The organization announced its new fellows online March 24, 2020, in lieu of its typical induction ceremony amid the coronavirus pandemic.

AIMBE Fellows represent the top two percent of medical and biological engineers in the world and merit induction based on their research, applied work or efforts in education.

Campagnola applies novel 3D imaging and microfabrication techniques to study changes to the extracellular matrix in various forms of cancer and connective tissue disorders. Kreeger uses systems biology and tissue engineering to study cellular behavior, particularly in metastasis in ovarian cancer. Ludwig is a neural engineer who works on next-generation, minimally invasive neuromodation therapies that use devices to electrically stimulate the nervous system to treat a range of conditions.