Antaki Lab awarded multi-million dollar grant from U.S. Department of Defense

“PediaFlow: Treatment for Congenital Heart Failure in Infants & Children” will fund development of a novel, miniature Heart-Assist Device (PediaFlow) and hardware external components specifically designed to treat infants and children with congenital and/or acquired heart disease. Three year project begins June 15, 2020.


Cornell Heart Assist Laboratory YouTube Channel

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Meinig School undergraduates win big at AI Health Hackathon

Smart respiratory mask for monitoring patient vitals wins grand prize and more.


Wireless car charging among Scale-Up Award technologies

James Antaki wins scale-up and prototyping award to commercialize heart-recovery device for infants and young children.


BME students get a lesson in improvisation from theater group

Steel City Improv’s Justin Zell engages Meinig School students in ways to apply principles of improvisation to engineering challenges..


Welcome James Antaki to Cornell

When James Antaki was 11 years old, his brother brought home an antique radio and promptly put it in the basement of their house. Antaki studied that radio and then vowed he would one day get it to work…


Big Red Machine: Cardiovascular Engineering at Cornell

How the Meinig School is breaking the rules to advance cardiovascular engineering across Cornell.