This first-ever OUHSC symposium on biomedical engineering will bring engineering, business, and the sciences together with medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, public health and allied health at the health sciences center. Clinician attendees should expect to learn more about technology capabilities such as imaging, 3D printing, drug discovery, and nanotechnology. Engineers and scientists in attendance should expect to learn more about clinical needs, and collectively all attendees will have ample networking time to make 1-on-1 connections with experts across campuses. Additionally, industry representatives will participate via exhibitor booths, and students will play a substantial role with poster presentations, in addition to keynote speakers and other presenters.
This symposium is led by the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Technology (IBEST) and is made possible by the formation of the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering (SBME).