Here is a schedule of information sessions geared to prospective applicants to UVA Biomedical Engineering's graduate programs

As a prospective PhD, MS or Master in Engineering student, you are looking for the best possible fit for your research interests, educational development goals, professional development goals, and preferences for academic and local communities. We're here to help you discover if Biomedical Engineering at UVA is a great fit for you.

Upcoming Information Sessions about Graduate Programs in BME at the University of Virginia

Wednesday November 18 from 7:00-8:00pm

ZOOM Link https://virginia.zoom.us/j/99813492882?pwd=aGdxa1JMLzBabllGTEVBYnA0VmEvZz09

Meeting ID: 998 1349 2882

PASSWORD is UVA

RSVP Optional using THIS FORM. You may attend without RSVP.

 

NEXT: Wednesday December 2 from 7:00-8:00pm

 

RSVP and Fee Waiver Raffle

Registration is not required for Nov 18 and Dec 2. But we suggest that you use THIS FORM to help us connect you with faculty in your interest area in our program.  This form also enters you in a Fee Waiver Raffle.

 

Agenda

7:00 - 7:20p: Dr. Shayn Peirce-Cottler, Director of Graduate Programs, Welcome & Why UVA BME and Dr. Jonathan Rosen, Director of Professional Studies, on Choosing a Graduate Program

7:20 - 7:55p: Breakout Rooms by Interest Area: PhD/MS (research focus) with Dr. Craig Meyer, Director of Admissions and students, and Master of Engineering (biotechnology/medical device design focus) with Dr. Rosen and students

7:55p: Faculty will drop off the calls so you can engage in Conversation with BME graduate students in each of the two rooms (p.s. we're happy to go late because we love talking about BME!)

 

Quicklinks

Faculty Flipbook (faculty by reseach focus)

UVA BME Research

HERE is a Guide to BME Graduate Student Life

 

Questions? bmegrad@virginia.edu

This guide was put together by Recruitment Co-Chairs Allie McCrady and Julie Leanord.

This guide was put together by GBMES Recruitment Co-Chairs Allie McCrady and Julie Leonard-Duke. GBMES is the local graduate chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society.  We promote and support scholarship, diversity, and community in the department.