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Ghodssi, Bentley Receive NSF EAGER Grant

 ingestible microsystem capsule

Professor and ISR director Reza Ghodssi is the principal investigator and William E. Bentley (BioE) is the co-PI for a two-year, $150K National Science Foundation Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER), "Gut-Nav: A Gut Navigator for Real-Time Diagnostic Reporting on Gastro-Intestinal Health." This grant focuses on developing ingestible capsules for medical diagnosis.

Photo:Concept illustration of an ingestible microsystem capsule for for real-time GI-tract diagnostics. CREDIT: UMD MEMS Sensors and Actuators Lab

 
 
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