Dr. Charles Murry, UW professor of pathology, cardiology and bioengineering, will present the first lecture in UW’s 2014 Engineering Lecture Series, “Engineering the Heart: From Cell Therapy to Computer Technology”. Dr. Murry will present a talk entitled “Engineering a Broken Heart”, on October 15, 2014.
This 2.5 day workshop includes lectures and surface analysis demonstrations. Demonstrations on NESAC/BIO instruments will provide application examples for the material covered in the workshop lectures. Attendees will learn the capabilities of biomedical surface analysis methods and how to intelligently review data received from surface analysis laboratories.
UW Bioengineering faculty, staff and students participated in Engineering Discovery days April 25-26, 2014, teaching bioengineers of all ages through exciting hands-on exhibits and activities.
Join the BIOE Affiliates Program for an Industry Spotlight event, Tuesday, 5/13/14, 6:00 PM, Foege Room N130A. This event will focus on Instrumentation, Imaging and Image-Guided Therapy.
In this interactive workshop, an invited guest speaker will present today’s best practices in networking and how to make the most out of our connections. Designed for maximum interaction among UW students, this workshop features a keynote speech and small group interactions with ample opportunities to put theory into practice.
Save the date! UW Bioengineering’s Graduation Celebration will be held on Friday, June 13th, 2014 in Hogness Auditorium
2014 Rushmer Lecture: Paul Yock, Stanford University: The (radically) changing landscape in biomedical technology innovation
Dr. Paul Yock, the Martha Meier Weiland Professor of Medicine and Mechanical Engineering (by courtesy) and Founding Co-Chair of Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University, will present the 26th Annual Rushmer Lecture. The Rushmer Lecture annually recognizes Robert F. Rushmer, the founder of UW Bioengineering.
Students are invited to join the BIOE-AP for an evening with industry. The event will explore how molecular-level interactions drive cellular behavior, and designing new molecular systems for medical applications.
UW Bioengineering will host the Biomaterials Day event on April 11, 2014. This student-led event, funded in part by a $5,000 grant from the Society for Biomaterials, features talks by noted biomaterials experts and recognizes the University of Washington’s history of excellence in the field.
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