Students who have registered for BME 6001 or BIME 6090 are required to attend the seminars. In order to get a pass grade, students should not miss more than two seminars. Students are allowed to compensate for missing up to two Biomedical Engineering program seminars by attending equivalent seminars and submit a 200 words report to Dr. Teja Guda before the last day of the class for the semester.
The objective of this class is to broaden students’ academic horizons, deepen their understanding of one’s own research area, and learn presentation skills.
Dr. Amina Qutub
Neural Cell Communication during Growth & Regeneration
Metabolic Reprogramming in Kidney Disease
Dr. Ed Guo
Dr. Xinggou Cheng
Nano/Bio Material Research for Cancer/Vaccine, Tissue Engineering, & Wound Healing: An Overview
Dr. Monica Moya
Translational Science in Cardiovascular Complications Secondary to Pneumonia
Dr. Song Li
Gregory R. Dion
Developing In-Vivo Models and Biomechanical Testing for Laryngeal Burn Injuries
Dr. Linxia Gu
Dr. XiuJun James Li
Dr. Cara Gonzales
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Applied Engineering Building (AET)
Room 1.102 One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
BME Mission The Biomedical Engineering (BME) Department is committed to developing well-rounded, competitive biomedical engineering professionals to support the University's mission ... (Read More)
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