Biomedical Engineering Capstone Design Seeks Proposals

Do you have an idea for a new medical innovation?  Georgia Tech's Biomedical Engineering (BME) Capstone Design can help! During Capstone, senior engineering students work with industry leaders and clinicians to develop solutions that address unmet clinical needs.

The BME Capstone Design program is currently accepting project proposals for Fall 2019. The program is looking for project sponsors who will mentor and work alongside a team of dedicated BME students to solve a relevant healthcare issue you have identified, or to help develop your idea for a novel medical technology. Project topics are proposed by a wide variety of healthcare professionals such as physicians, nurses, emergency technicians, biomedical industry members, and academic researchers.

Submit projects online by July 19 or contact Kyle Cowdrick for additional information.

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