Our annual Engineering Healthcare in Research Symposium will take place on February 8th in Wasserstrom Auditorium at the Ohio State James Cancer Hospital. All Biomedical Engineering Students and Faculty are welcome to come hear about current industry focused research being conducted by our students, as well as network with companies. Schedule is as follows:
10:00-11:00 Keynote Speaker, Dr. Drummond
11:00-12:00 Graduate Student Speakers
12:00-12:45 Lunch in Lobby
1:00-2:00 Industry Panel
2:00-3:00 Networking Session
3:00-3:45 Poster Session 1
3:45-4:30 Poster Session 2
Join students and faculty members for our monthly Thirsty Third Thursday on October 18, 4-7pm, at Hoofhearted (850 N 4th St).
We will also be having our second annual BME graduate student halloween party at Old North Arcade (2591 N High St) on October 26, starting at 8pm. Food will be provided. Costumes are encouraged as well, Old North Arcade will be having a costume competition!
Come celebrate Halloween with your fellow BME grad students! There are 3 categories for the costume contest: scariest, funniest, and best. Winners receive Starbucks gift cards! Please feel free to bring your friends! There will also be snacks.
It will be at Hamptons on King Ave. starting @ 7PM and voting @ 8PM.
Come early to the Big10 speaker (Dr. Forrest Kievit) seminar this week for free bagels and coffee with your favorite faculty members! 9-10AM, Bevis Hall 245.
Join us for the last day of BME Seminar Series:
The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Association will host Dr. Lori Setton from Washington University in St. Louis to visit the Ohio State University Department of BME and present her current research. Dr. Setton focuses on mechanics and mechanobiology of the intervertebral disc, articular cartilage mechanics, drug delivery, and pathomechanisms of osteoarthritis. She has won several awards throughout her carrier including: AIMBE Fellow (2005), BMES Fellow (2009), Van C. Mow Medal (2007), Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring, Duke Graduate School(2004), Stansell Family Distinguished Research Award (2001), Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) (1997).
FREE FOOD is provided as well!
This year, Zaw Win from University of Minnesota will present his work on “The Effect of Cellular Architecture on Functional and Mechanical Properties”.
Join us at BME Seminar Series!
And of course FREE FOOD is provided!
This event showcases graduate BME research here at OSU. In addition, industry representatives will be in attendance.
Welcome to OSU BME grad school! Come meet your new classmates though free events and lunch we have planned starting at 10am in the Ohio Union Round room. After the morning team-building session we will each lunch then go on a canoe trip with all other BME grad students at 2:30, then arrive back on campus around 5-6. Please RSVP and include any dietary restrictions, we are planning on getting pizza. Also if you need a ride to the canoe livery let us know!
Everyone else: Come meet our newest grad students on a fun afternoon canoe trip! Meet at Trapper John’s @ 2:30 Please RSVP