BME Students Participate in Summer Research Symposium

Brown Biomedical Engineering students conducting research this summer showcased their work at the Brown Summer Research Symposium held on August 2nd and 3rd, 2018, at Sayles Hall presented by The Office of the Dean of the College. Students presenting included Itzel Aponte '19, Jessica Bellows '19, Brian Vuong '19, Beatriz de Arruda ‘19, Eric DuBois ‘20, Brian Felalaga '20, Jasmine Gabor (undeclared) '21, Gaia-Marie Gerbaka (undeclared) '21, Jonathan Lee '21, Zachary Neronha ‘19, Alicia Rocha ‘20, Hannah Safford ‘19, Sumaiya Sayeed ‘20, Rachel Walker ‘19, and Soobin Wang ‘19, Olivia Woodford-Berry (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) '19.

Brown Biomedical Engineers Win BMES Design, Pitch Competition at Coulter College

A group of four Brown University biomedical engineering students designed a solution to facilitate communication between doctors and non-English speaking patients at the 2018 Biomedical Engineering Society Coulter College Training Program competition in Minneapolis, Minn. over the weekend of Aug. 2-5. The Brown foursome, Colette Bare ’19, Emily Borkowski ’19, Adriana Trejo-Sheu ’19 and Kelly Williams ’19, took first place in both the design and the business venture capital pitch competitions. Lecturer Celinda Kofron served as the faculty mentor for the team.