Georgia Tech BME Capstone Seeks Project Proposals

What if you could partner alongside and advise a Georgia Tech Biomedical Engineering (BME) team to investigate and develop a solution for a novel medical device idea in just 16 weeks? You can! GT BME Capstone is currently seeking project proposals from clinical and industry stakeholders for the Spring 2020 semester. During GT BME Capstone, each Capstone team works over 500 man-hours per project to develop solutions that address unmet clinical needs. If you have identified a healthcare challenge that needs to be solved, Capstone teams are eager to work on it. We look forward to working with you all this Spring! Submit projects by Monday, December 9, 2019 or contact New Partnerships Liaison Kyle Cowdrick, MSE at kylecowdrick@gatech.edu for more information.

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