BME students analyzing data in Dr. Szivek's lab BME GIDP student Darren Haskett's image appears on the cover of the journal, Biomatter. A view of the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building from the east.



April 23, 2014

BME Doctoral Defense

Megan Williams will be presenting "The Role of Biomechanics in the Idiopathic Onset of Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis" on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 1:00 PM in MRB 102.


Congratulations to Cayla Baynes for receiving HE Carter Travel Award for $600 towards travel to 24th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors


Celine Cohn & Molly Keenan are the 2014-15 recipients of the ARCS Fellowship Scholarship!!  Congratulations to both and they will be recognized and awarded at a banquet April 25th at Arizona Biltmore.


Congratulations to Gabriel Orsinger for winning the Ocean Optics Young Investigator Award for Best Paper!


Congratulations to BME GIDP student Darren Haskett for having his image selected for the cover of Biomatter!


BME GIDP Program Chair:

John A. Szivek, Ph.D.

Correspondence to BME GIDP:

P.O. Box 210240

Tucson, Arizona 85721

Fax: (520) 626-8726

Biomedical Engineering Graduate Interdisciplinary Program

The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Interdisciplinary Program (BME GIDP) at The University of Arizona offers exciting opportunities for students interested in research and training related to biomedical engineering. Students can learn in a broad range of areas, integrating engineering, mathematics, biology, and medicine in a highly collaborative and multi-disciplinary environment.

The BME GIDP offers Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science degrees as well as graduate minor degrees in related disciplines. Doctoral students accepted into the BME program can participate in a number of specialized training programs.

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