Biomedical Engineering Committees

Biomedical Engineering Committees


The Biomedical Engineering committee members and representatives serve terms as determined in accordance with the department bylaws. The principal function of the department committees is to serve as central steering committees for governance. The members serve with the intention of sharing their experience and expertise to help the department grow and be more effective.

In that capacity, the committee members explore and gather information for deliberation and action by the faculty under the policy guidelines of the University, College, and Department. The committees also recommend solutions and operations that are presented to other officers of the administration.

College Committee Representations

NAMECOMMITTEE
Professor Jessica Ramella-Roman
Faculty Council (2020-2022) ​
Professor Raj Pulugurtha
Faculty Council (2021-2023)
Professor Michael Brown
Library Committee
Professor Michael Christie
IT Committee
Professor Wei-Chiang Lin
Curriculum Committee
Professor Shuliang JiaoTenure and Promotion Committee
Professor James SchummersAwards Committee
Professor Zach DanzigerBudget Committee

Undergraduate Program Committee

NAMERESPONSIBILITY
Professor Wei-Chiang Lin
Director
Professor Raj PulugurthaVoting Member
Professor Zachary DanzigerVoting Member
Professor Michael Brown
Voting Member
Professor Michael ChristieVoting Member
Professor Anamika PrasadVoting Member
Ms. Maria Monje RamosVoting Member

Graduate Program Committee

NAMERESPONSIBILITY
Professor Joshua Hutcheson
Director
Professor Oleksii Shandra
Voting Member
Professor Jessica Ramella RomanVoting Member
Professor Anthony McGoron
Voting Member

Doctoral Qualifying Exam Committee

NAMEAREATERM
Professor Sharan Ramaswamy​ (Chair)Engineered tissue model systemsFall 20 – Spring 22
Professor Raj Pulugurtha
Therapeutic and reparative neurotechnologySpring 21 – Fall 22
Professor Wei-Chiang Lin
Diagnostic bioimaging and nanosensor systemsSpring 21 – Fall 22
Professor Joshua HutchesonEngineered Tissue Model SystemsFall 20 – Spring 22