Objectives
The BME 600 seminar series is an opportunity to practice the presentation skills BME graduate students will need for the defense of their thesis, or for presentation of their research at scientific meetings. It is also a forum where you will learn to critically review the scientific and presentation skills of your peers.

Next Upcoming Seminar:

Date:  Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Time:  Noon - 1 pm
Location: ED-221
Title:  Lung Imaging with MRI - Technical Challenges and Clinical Applications
Presenter:  Prof. Richard Thompson, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering

2021

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December 1

2022

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April 6

PLEASE NOTE: It is mandatory for all BME graduate students to attend BME600 seminars whether registered for the current course or not. In the event of an unexpected time conflict, please contact the Biomedical Engineering office by email that you will not be able to attend.

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