INAUGURAL OREGON BIOENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM SET FOR NOVEMBER 22 AT OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
Students, faculty and practitioners will converge for the inaugural Oregon Bioengineering Symposium, hosted at Oregon State University's CH2M Alumni Center on November 22, 2019.
The meeting will cover all areas of bioengineering/biomedical engineering, with an emphasis on technologies for precision health. The goal of the meeting is to promote collaboration and exchange of ideas between students, researchers and practitioners in Oregon and the surrounding region.
University of Oregon professors Tim Gardner, of the Knight Campus, and Mike Pluth, a Knight Campus associate, are scheduled to present during the one-day symposium.
Advanced registration costs are $25 for students and post-docs, $60 for faculty and $125 for non-academic registrants for early registration. After November 8, the registration fee goes up by $25.
In Oregon, we’re combining Oregon State University’s legacy in engineering with the University of Oregon’s infrastructure and facilities, highlighted by the $1 billion Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact, to leverage the resources of an entire state and region toward making a positive impact on society.
In Oregon, we’re working together to develop innovative solutions to meet clinical needs. We integrate training in computational biology, measurement science, and big data with skill development in management of team-based science and translational research.