Engineering educators, students push to make medical imaging as good as it can get

If the work of engineering professors and students in Marquette University’s Medical Imaging Systems Lab is any indication, the future of medical imaging looks to be nothing short of brilliant.

They’re doing some fascinating research, they’ve graduated 10 postgraduate students—and, to maintain high standards, they require that lab students only get to work together on projects that are “large-scale, collaborative efforts involving both professors and students.”

A Marquette student outlet gives some well-deserved local press to the lab, its people and its projects. Check it out: