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Benjamin Bartelle

Assistant Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 9709
Research Interests: 

-My lab assays the diverse molecular signaling of whole living animals, using probes, reporters, and sensors derived from synthetic biology.

-Our platform technology is magnetic resonance imaging, the only modality with adequate scale and resolution to cover whole organs and organisms.

-We celebrate new approaches and different ways of thinking in a supportive and inclusive environment.

-Our primary application is the development and degeneration of the mammalian brain. The interplay of diverse cell types influenced by metabolism and inflammatory states makes the brain the most complex and least understood system in biology.

-We prioritize maximizing the scale of data collection while minimizing invasiveness to resolve organismal biology without disrupting it, and to apply our technologies clinically, if needed.

Fall 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
BME 122Statistics for Biomedical Eng
Spring 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
BME 494Special Topics
BME 598Special Topics
Fall 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
BME 122Statistics for Biomedical Eng
BME 394Special Topics
BME 492Honors Directed Study
BME 493Honors Thesis