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December 5, 2019

Showalter Trust funds Weldon School faculty members

Two early career faculty members at the Purdue University Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering were among the 11 faculty members at Purdue who received up to $75,000 each in Showalter Trust Funding to support their research.
November 12, 2019

Chi Hwan Lee, Master Collaborator in wearable devices research

Although Chi Hwan Lee works with flexible electronics technologies at the cellular and tissue scales, the collaborations he marshals to help advance and translate his innovative technologies operate on an international scale. The assistant professor of biomedical and mechanical engineering at Purdue University is a master collaborator. His partnerships span the globe, from South Korea, across the US, to the faculty member next door. He finds partners in industry, clinics, academia, the governments of two countries, and, serendipitously, while standing in line at Starbucks.
November 12, 2019

Alumnus Neal Fearnot shares his best advice for graduate students

Neal Fearnot, president of MED Institute Incorporated and Cook Advanced Technologies, and Vice President of Cook Group Incorporated, delivered his best advice for graduate students in a special presentation of the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Summer Seminar Series.
November 12, 2019

Alumna Leslie Bottorff named 2019 Purdue Old Master

Leslie Bottorff has been named a Purdue 2019 Old Master. The Old Masters program brings Purdue alumni back to campus each fall to celebrate their professional successes and inspire current students. While on campus this November, Bottorff participated in classroom talks, met with several student organizations, including a group of Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering graduate students, and a community-wide panel discussion.
November 12, 2019

Purdue Engineering—Indiana University School of Medicine Partnership expands with new integrated educational programs

Students and researchers at the Purdue College of Engineering and Indiana University School of Medicine now have more opportunities to enrich their studies and develop life-saving medical devices thanks to a host of new initiatives underway through the Engineering—Medicine Partnership, an overarching educational and research alliance between the two institutions.
November 12, 2019

"Open for Business" – Mission critical corporate partnerships create industry-ready graduates and drive clinical translation at scale

The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering is recognized for educating industry-ready engineers and translating numerous life-saving medical devices into the clinic. For more than 40 years, biomedical engineers at Purdue have developed implantable cardiovascular devices, replacement tissues, drug delivery systems, and minimally-invasive monitoring systems that have met with significant commercial success via our company partners.
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