• Class of 2015 Junior Presentations to be Webcast

    We plan to webcast the Class of 2015 MSOE biomedical engineering junior design project presentations live from 5:00 to 7:30 pm CST (GMT -6) on Thursday, December 12, 2013. See them at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ms...
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  • FDA CDRH Priority List

    The Center for Devices and Radiologic Health (CDRH) is the part of the FDA that deals with medical device regulations. As part of a new law, they will now annually publish a list of their priorities for the coming yea...
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  • Biomedical Engineering Employment Statistics

    Here are a couple of links to Biomedical Engineering employment statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Forbes Clearly, the job market for program graduates is very good. Students should still start earl...
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  • BE-499 Clinical Internship Documents

    Attached are the documents associated with doing a BE-499 clinical internship. This collection of documents were last updated on in November, 2013. Contact the BE program director for more information.
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  • Summary of Medical Devices Standards

    MSOE is very fortunate to have an alumnus, Brian Biersach, deeply involved in medical device testing, standards and compliance. In fact, he runs a company,  Medical Equipment Compliance Associates (MECA Home: IEC...
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  • Soft Material Robotics Opportunity at Tuffs

    Here's an unusual opportunity for graduate study (and I suppose summer research)... We invite seniors who plan to pursue graduate education in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, or any of the Engine...
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  • Healthcare Technologies Management Program

    Here is a letter (and its attachments) that received from the director of the Healthcare Technologies Management Program offered jointly by Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin... November 13, 20...
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  • Junior Presentations and IEEE Meeting

    12/12/13 5:30 PM
    Once again this year IEEE is sponsoring a dinner meeting in conjunction with annual Junior Progress and Feasibility Presentations. This event is an important milestone in our capstone design process. Student teams wil...
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  • BE IAC Meeting

    12/3/13 7:30 AM
    This is the annual BE Industrial Advisory Committee meeting. IAC members, the BE faculty and class GMs (students are invited). The meeting will be held on-campus with an option for members to connect remotely.
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  • MCW Open House - 11/9/13 (Saturday)

    This may be of interest to current BE Juniors and Seniors.
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  • Useful Presentation Tips

    There are many presentation tip sheets available on the web. This one -- A Geek’s Guide to Presenting to Business People | Leading Geeks Company -- seems pretty good. It never hurts to look over one of these bef...
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  • BE Faculty Test Event

    10/23/13 11:00 AM
    This is just a test event. BE faculty, please respond to this event with an RSVP. Others can ignore this event unless I specifically ask you to respond.
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  • Disease Outbreaks

    Biomedical engineers are generally not involved with infectious diseases, but I found this list of outbreaks interesting and thought BE students, faculty and alumni might too: http://www.healthline.com/health-slidesho...
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  • Leadless Pacemaker in the News

    This short medical device industry news story illustrates several points: http://www.mddionline.com/article/st-jude-medical-buys-leadless-pacemaker-developer-nanostim-1235m?cid=nl.mddi01. These include:   Large m...
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  • Innovation Need = BE Job Opportunities

    Here's a link to a sort article stressing the growing need for innovation in the medical device industry: Medtech's Business Model Is Broken, But There's Hope: PwC Report | Qmed Previously, company had to innovate i...
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  • What Will They Think of Next?

    Those crazy biomedical engineers. What will they think of next? Introducing A 'Smart Cap' For Concussion Testing | ThePostGame
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  • MSOE BE Students Present Poster at International Meeting

    Biomedical Engineering seniors Jared Barfknecht (right) and Alexander Kollman (2nd from left) displayed a poster at the 2013 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Annual meeting held in Seattle. Their poster described...
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  • Possible Class of 2016 and 2017 Project Ideas

    Here are some ideas that might get current freshmen and sophomore students thinking about possible design projects: http://www.mddionline.com/article/3-winners-announced-dare-dream-medtech-design-challenge?cid=nl.mddi01
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  • What A Recent Graduate Thinks

    This is an excerpt from a Facebook post by a recent MSOE graduate: After working at B. for only 4 months, it's already been drilled in me the ways of documentation in big medical device companies. It's funny to think ...
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  • Save the Date - Thursday, December 12

    The Class of 2015 Junior Progress and Feasibility presentations will take place immediately before at an IEEE sponsored dinner meeting on Thursday, December 12. Details will be announced later, but save the date.
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