UW Bioengineering lecturer Dr. Alyssa Taylor co-organized this event with the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research. This event, hosted in Foege on March 2, brought students from around the Puget Sound region together to meet and learn about topics in ethics, medicine, and biomedical research of special relevance to young people. Attendees were offered a unique perspective on the field of bioengineering, and learned about the possibility of pursuing the field as an academic discipline or career.
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