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January 22, 2019:

Check this out! New research is opening the door for much-needed treatments for three of the world’s most devastating viruses. Research was led by Nevan Krogan in the Gladstone Institutes and UC San Francisco. Learn more below!

January 9, 2019:

This optogenetic technique has a bright future! 👈😄👈 What are your thoughts on its possible applications in robotic exoskeletons?

November 17, 2018:

Promising results with these spinal implants! We are excited to see more developments in this research. What do you think? Will spinal cord regrowth soon be the norm? Check out more about Dr Grégoire Courtine's research here:

October 30, 2018:

Find out how you can add Biomedical Engineering to your studies! UMBMES presents the Biomedical Engineering Academics Ask Me Anything. This info session will tell you everything you need to know about how to get into biomedical engineering studies in the undergraduate and graduate levels. Here are the important details: Biomedical Engineering Ask Me Anything. E2-221 Nov.1st, 2018 from 11:30-12:45pm. Pizza and pop provided! Come out to learn more about how you can expand your studies into the biomedical field.

September 28, 2018:

Sometimes when you are creating new tech, you need to put your back into it. Literally! Neuroscientist David Eagleman uses sensory substitution to allow people to 'hear' using the skin on their back. Check out this snippet of David Eagleman's research into our brain processes and how we can take advantage of neural plasticity to create noninvasive solutions to deafness. And check out more about his research here:

August 13, 2018:

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June 23, 2018:

So many biomedical applications! Check out Giada Gerboni's talk on soft robots

June 11, 2018:

Are you curious about Biomedical Entrepreneurs in Canada and what makes them successful? Take some time out of your day to learn about the Canadian industries in this talk with Scott Phillips, CEO and Founder of StarFish Medical. (Spoiler: The majority of people starting these companies are engineers!)

June 9, 2018:

Rehabilitation engineering? I think so!

June 3, 2018:

Tissue Nanotransfection was an interesting cell reprogramming technology developed last summer at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. What do you think of the potential of this type of tech? See any problems or perfect uses on the horizon? What new tech will this summer bring? ~ KB

March 23, 2018:

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Join our executive team! We are now accepting applications for the 2018-19 year. Follow the link to access the application -->

March 7, 2018:

Come join us on March 15th at 5:30 pm as we welcome BOMImed and Orthapedic Innovation Centre to campus to gain valuable insight into the Biomedical Engineering Industry! 🔬