Biomedical Engineering Location: Philadelphia, PA
Add to Calendar 2019-10-17T20:00:00 2019-10-17T22:00:00 America/New_York The Virginia Reception at the BMES Annual Meeting in Philadelphia Visit UVA at Booth #504 There's a big group attending BMES this year - 32 students and postdocs plus 22 faculty and staff.  Please be sure to drop by Booth #504 to chat! Virginia BME Reception: Franklin Room No. 9 Our group is looking forward to welcoming alumni, colleagues, and prospective students and postdocs on Thursday October 17, 2019.  Join us in the Franklin Room Number 9 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. Philadelphia, PA

Visit UVA at Booth #504

There's a big group attending BMES this year - 32 students and postdocs plus 22 faculty and staff.  Please be sure to drop by Booth #504 to chat!

Virginia BME Reception: Franklin Room No. 9

Our group is looking forward to welcoming alumni, colleagues, and prospective students and postdocs on Thursday October 17, 2019.  Join us in the Franklin Room Number 9 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.

BME Faculty Attending BMES 2019

Graduate Program Leadership

Faculty Attending by Research Interest Area

Biomedical Imaging

Biomedical Data Sciences & Systems Biology

Tissue Engineering & Biomaterials

Biomechanics and Mechanobiology

Drug and Gene Delivery

 

FAQs for Prospective Students and Postdocs

How can I talk to a Virginia BME faculty member? Who is attending this year?

Yes, absolutely!  Above is a list of faculty attending BMES.  Faculty will frequently be at Booth 504, or our staff and graduate students can help you locate their talks.  A list of BME talks and posters is coming soon!

May I attend your Thursday night reception?

Yes—prospective graduate students and REU students and prospective postdocs are welcome!

What if I’m not planning on a Ph.D.?

We invite you to explore our M.E. degree (product design and process development emphasis) and M.S. degree (traditional thesis) options. Learn more HERE.

Do you have summer programs for undergraduates?

Yes. Timothy Allen, director of the NSF REU in Multi-scale Systems Bioengineering, is attending the meeting.

Your question not answered here? Stop by Booth #504 or email kitter@virginia.edu.