Track topics announced for Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference
Track titles for the 2016 BMES/FDA Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference ''Innovations in Modeling and Simulation: Patient-Centered Healthcare'' have been announced.
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Research Spotlight: Integrating a flipped lecture into a laboratory course
The flipped classroom model allows for active student learning by 'reversing' the traditional classroom structure. The content traditionally delivered inside the classroom (i.e. lectures) is recorded and provided to students online, while the in-class time is dedicated to identifying knowledge gaps and problem-solving.
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Laurencin launches Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine journal
BMES Fellow and Board Member Cato Laurencin (UConn) is pleased to announce the launch of Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine (RETM), published by Springer and the newly formed Regenerative Engineering Society.
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BMES members land $5.4 million DARPA research award
BMES members Zhongming Liu and Matthew Ward will be part of a team selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop an implantable, nerve stimulating ''bionode'' to treat inflammation.
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Study could lead to new therapies to treat coronary artery disease
A recent study published in the Annals of Biomedical Engineering suggests ''a new paradigm whereby the safety of drug eluting stents can be optimized through the use of resorbable biocompatible coating materials with resorption kinetics that coincide with the dissociation and tissue elimination of receptor-bound drug.''
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Grande-Allen named Deputy Editor-in-Chief for ABME journal
The Annals of Biomedical Engineering announced that Jane Grande-Allen will serve as a Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the journal.
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Langer awarded Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
Queen Elizabeth II presented BMES Fellow, Robert Langer with The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering for his work in the field of Biomedical Engineering, according to an announcement from Buckingham Palace.
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Upcoming BMES meetings
2015 Midwest Biomedical Engineering Regional Conference and 2016 CMBE and ABioM Joint Conference
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BME departments invited to participate in USA Science and Engineering Festival
All BME departments and programs are invited to join BMES at The USA SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FESTIVAL, 15-17 April 2016, in Washington, DC.
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Congratulations 2015 BMES Innovation and Career Development Award Winners
BMES would like to congratulate the Innovation and Career Development awardees and thank all those who submitted applications. This award provides travel support to attend the BMES Annual Meeting for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, early career faculty, and professionals at critical transition or reentry points in their careers from underrepresented populations in biomedical engineering to include racial and ethnic minorities.
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