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May 24, 2011
A recent publication from Georgetown University used new U.S. Census Bureau data to determine what a Bachelors degree is worth.  The Biomedical Engineering BS degree scored 17th at a median earnings of $68,000.  It is however clear that...
March 29, 2011
Biomedical Engineering is hosting six new University Scholars for the 2011-2012 academic year. These six scholars will receive a $1,750 stipend to conduct their research, and the lab that hosts them will receive $500 to support the research. The...
March 23, 2011
Biomedical Engineering will be holding Information sessions in conjunction with the College of Engineering.  Sessions are scheduled for the following dates:March 30, 2011April 7, 2011The recommendation is to sign up for a campus tour in the...
March 18, 2011
BMES (Biomedical Engineering Soccer) garnered their first win of the season on Wednesday, March 16 at the most opportune time: their first playoff game. Lingering on the waiting list for a good part of the regular season, BMES was finally placed in...
February 11, 2011
Biomedical Engineering announces today the merger of the Medical Physics graduate program with the Biomedical Engineering program.  A welcome reception was held to welcome the new students and faculty to the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department...
January 26, 2011
UF BME Professor Mingzhou Ding has edited a newly published book, The Dynamic Brain, by Oxford Press. His co-editor is Dr. Dennis Glanzman, the Program Chief of the Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience Program at the National Institute of...
January 06, 2011
UF BME Professor Huabei Jiang has written a new book on Diffuse Optical Tomography. Dr. Jiang’s insights into the physics and applications of this cutting edge technology are captured in this text, which promises to be both a reference for...
June 09, 2010
In a study published this week in Nature Communications, BME’s Brandi Ormerod, in collaboration with Ashley Seifert, Zhengui Zheng and Marty Cohn describe a novel role for Sonic Hedgehog. The faithful positioning and growth of cells during embryonic...
May 12, 2010
On May 11, the new Biomedical Sciences Building (our home) was dedicated by UF president Machen and the deans of the three colleges present in the building: Cammy Abernathy (Engineering), Michael Good (Medicine), and Micheal Perri (Public Health and...
May 05, 2010
Two BME students have been selected to receive prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation.  Named NSF graduate fellows this spring are Matthew Carstens in Dr. Keselowsky's lab, and Rachel Speisman in Dr. Ormerod's lab.   The...

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