Two tracks exist for the Professional Master’s Program: the flexible non-thesis professional master’s (Applied) and the project-based Global Medical Innovation (GMI) track which combines engineering, medicine, and business to prepare students for careers in the med tech industry. There is a virtual information session on Tuesday, November 30th at 4P Central time. https://riceuniversity.zoom.us/j/99590447195?pwd=YWxhQStpTEVQZmxhbTh6VlpLZ2JEdz09 Open house […]
The University of Louisville J.B. Speed School of Engineering is now accepting applications for summer 2022. Recruiting and training students into the interdisciplinary field of advanced micro/nano/additive manufacturing engineering through exciting hands-on research projects with applications in healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, security, and the environment. Application due February 15.
Join us for the MTM Capstone Showcase, an interactive event where our students will present their work aimed at bringing 12 novel medical technologies closer to clinical use in collaboration with their industry and academic sponsors. Friday Dec. 10, 3:-5:00 PM Stanley Hall B1 Atrium, UC Berkeley Learn more and RSVP
Sophia Sneddon is a current Berkeley MEng candidate studying Bioengineering. Here, she shares her aspirations to become an attorney, her passion for inclusivity, and her love for biking.
Alumna Tammy Hsu is finding a way to produce fabric dye with a lower environmental impact – feature article in Nature online.
What the only flying mammal can teach us about the brain:
Professor Michael Yartsev’s unique flight room and studies of the neural circuitry of Egyptian fruit bats are yielding fascinating insights into the capabilities of the mammalian brain — including navigation, communication, and language.
Physics 177: Principles of Molecular Biophysics TuTh 3.30-5pm Useful for Bioengineering students interested quantitative modeling. I’ll be covering a wide range of topics, such as the stochastic gene expression, random walks as models of polymers and molecular diffusion, the dynamics of epidemics and adaptation, and information theory. Prof. Oskar Hallatschek (Departments of Physics and Integrative […]
The Tang Lab has an open position for life science research professional to help in our project to develop the next generation of rapid and accurate food allergy diagnostic, management, and treatment options. We are looking for someone with BS (or MS) degree in life sciences or related fields who may be thinking about a […]
Open full-time Research Assistant position at Applaud Medical, Inc. in the San Francisco Bay Area (Peninsula), California Summary: An exciting opportunity to be an early employee in a fast advancing start-up that is introducing new technology for the treatment of kidney stones. The Research Assistant will play a supporting role in the development and validation of Applaud’s technology. The research will […]