Videos and Podcasts

Electro-Chemical Biosensor research at the University of Memphis. U of M Professor Erno Lindner is doing cutting-edge research on electro-chemical biosensors for a multitude of purposes.

University of Memphis Drinking Water Research Gary Emmert and his team of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students are developing smaller, less expensive means by which municipalities across the country can test drinking water for cancer-causing chemicals.

AutoWitness  Researchers at the University of Memphis are developing the next generation of wireless sensors.

University of Memphis Professor Dr. Eugene Pinkhassik is researching nanotechnology. See how Dr. Eugene Pinkhassik's research has an effect on everything from transport to medicine.

University of Memphis Professor of Chemistry Abby Parrill's research on cancer. University of Memphis Professor of Chemistry Abby Parrill's work focuses on cancer at the molecular level.

University of Memphis Researchers Research at the University of Memphis is changing lives for the better. Meet six U of M scientists who, with help from U of M undergraduate and graduate students, are blazing new trails in cutting-edge fields such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, and cancer research.

AutoTutor Lite


Chitosan/Nano-Hydroxyapatite Composite Scaffold for Bone Regeneration
Joel D. Bumgardner,PhD, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering

Molecular Analysis with Membrane-coated Microfabricated Electrochemical Sensors
Dr. Erno Lindner, PhD

Improving Techniques for Atrial Defibrilation Therapy
Amy Curry PhD, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering, The University of Memphis

Interrupting Bioactive Phospholipid Function,- Structure Based Discove
Abby Parrill PhD, Atkins Professor, Dept. Of Chemistry. Director, Computational Research on Materials Institute

Neurochemical Feedback Control
Charles D. Blaha, Division of Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychology Dept., The University of Memphis

Neuronal Printed Circuit Boards
Firouzeh Sabri, PhD. Dept. Of Physics, The University of Memphis

Autotaxin Structure-Function and Inhibition
Daniel Baker, Dept. of Chemistry, The University of Memphis

Infection Control & Prevention w/Hemostatic Biopolymer Devices
Warren O. Haggard PhD, Biomedical Engineering, The University of Memphis

Nanoporous Membranes
Eugene Pinkhassik, PhD. INDIUM - Institute for Nanomaterial Development and Innovation at The University of Memphis

Treating Psoriasis with Combination Therapy
Kevin Boggs presentation highlighting current research at the University of Memphis on the treatment of psoriasis.

Office of Technology Transfer

IP Process Overview


Start Ups

Available Technologies

Videos and Podcasts

In the News

Patents and Applications

Text Only | Print | Got a Question? Ask TOM | Contact Us | Memphis, TN 38152 | 901/678-2000 | Copyright 2014 University of Memphis | Important Notice | Last Updated: 
Last Updated: 12/16/14