A Mason Distinction Scholarship for biology majors helped Egyptian native Youssef Khalafallah pursue a degree in the United States.
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Laurence Bray, associate chair of the Department of Bioengineering, developed the popular Applied Neurotechnologies course, which combines classroom learning with clinical experience at Inova Fairfax Hospital’s campus. “The class filled up in half a day,” Bray said.
Mason researcher Vivian Motti joined teams from Dartmouth College and Clemson University to develop a more technologically advanced, wearable mobile health device.
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David Verburg, who majored in Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources with a concentration in Sport Management, helped the 4 by 400 U.S. relay team bring home a gold medal from the Summer Olympics in Rio. During his time at Mason, the 2013 grad was a seven-time All-American in indoor track and four-time All-American in outdoor track.