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Healing Hearts

Associate Professor Ethan Kung works at the forefront of cardiovascular research, applying engineering principles and modeling to clinical diagnostics and treatments for high-risk conditions like heart failure and single ventricle defects. As the director of Clemson’s Cardiovascular Modeling and Experimentation Research Laboratory, he seeks to increase collaboration among mechanical and biomedical engineers, clinicians, and the medical device industry to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.

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Clemson University has set bold yet achievable goals for a new era with a strategic plan focusing on three pillars: student experience, research and transforming lives. Clemson Elevate is designed to further strengthen our reputation and continue our rise in national recognition.


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A Carnegie R1 public research institution, Clemson University is where purpose-driven students, faculty and staff collaborate on projects that impact our state, country and world. Across more than 80 undergraduate majors and 130 graduate degree programs, artists, scientists, authors and engineers begin the work that will define their careers and our culture. Discover the many paths ready for pursuit at Clemson.



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