Summer 2018 Graduation

On Monday, July 30th, nine students from the Department of Biomedical Engineering walked proudly across the commencement stage. A total of 3 graduate students and 6 undergraduate students earned their degrees this semester. We are proud to announce the successes of all of our graduating students. We would also like to announce the outstanding dedication […]

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Students and Faculty Attend World Congress of Biomechanics in Ireland

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  Ever wonder what it’s like to attend a conference abroad? Members from TEMIM and CMRL labs had the opportunity to experience it earlier this month. Graduate students Sana Nasim, Brittany Gonzalez, Daniel Chaparro, Andres Rodriguez, Alexander Williams, and Manuel Perez attended the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics (WCB) that took place in Dublin, Ireland […]

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PATHS-UP Students Attend Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Community Health Fair

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Last month, BME graduate students Tananant Boonya-Ananta and Andres Rodriguez attended FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine’s (HWCOM) Community Health Fair. This student-led event was held to aid the residents of Miami’s underserved community, Little Haiti. During the service event, tables were set around Little Haiti Cultural Complex to provide physical check-ups that tested BP, […]

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AEMB Induction Ceremony

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FIU’s AEMB chapter enjoyed a beautiful day at Bill Baggs State Park welcoming 21 new members to BME’s Honor Society at this year’s Induction Ceremony! Congratulations to all the new members!

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Epilepsy Walk

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On Saturday, May 5th, the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EEOF) hosted their annual walk. EFOF assists individuals with epilepsy and seizures to overcome challenges caused by epilepsy, and provides services and information that enables them to best manage their health and reduce their symptoms. This is an occasion for friends, family and loved ones of […]

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Spring 2018 Graduation

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On May 1st, students from the College of Engineering walked proudly across the Ocean Bank Convocation Center stage, as they earned the recognition of FIU graduates. We are proud to announce the successes of all of our graduating students. BME had a total of 66 graduating students: 60 undergraduate and 6 graduate students. This semester’s […]

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Thirst for Science – April 2018

On April 19th, BME hosted the second Thirst for Science event. BME Assistant Professor Dr. Zachary Danziger presented a talk titled “Breaking the Seal and Controlling the Bladder”. Dr. Danziger spoke about how you work with your body’s reflexes to control your bladder, why you feel like you need to go when you are cold […]

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Senior Design Project Showcase Spring 2018

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On Friday, April 20th, undergraduate seniors from the College of Engineering and Computing participated in the college’s first annual Senior Design Project Showcase. Over 500 graduating seniors showcased their research to faculty, friends, and family. The senior design projects are a reflection of the students’ efforts and serves as their capstone undergraduate experience. This event […]

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FIU BME Hosts 9th Annual ICEBEM Conference

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On April 14th and 15th, FIU BME hosted the 9th Annual International Conference on Ethics in Biology, Engineering, and Medicine. The mission of the conference is to bring together biomedical engineers, scientists, clinicians, philosophers, lawyers, and entrepreneurs to engage in a dialogue about the ethical challenges that are posed during this period of technological advancement […]

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Heart Day Symposium 2018

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The Department of Biomedical Engineering recently hosted its first annual Heart Day Symposium, as the capstone event of Miami Heart Month. Miami Heart Month was created by Assistant Professor Joshua Hutcheson, whose research is focused on the mechanisms of cardiovascular tissue maintenance and remodeling. Research in Dr. Hutcheson’s lab, Cardiovascular Matrix Remodeling Lab (CMRL), focuses on […]

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