An invitation to discover, collaborate and innovate
As a leader in biomedical engineering we are preparing our students to be the next generation of research leaders. We offer many opportunities for industry, both large and small, to engage and become more familiar with our department.
Your company’s investment in the department can have a far-reaching impact, educating the leaders of tomorrow and pursuing solutions to the problems we face today.
Find out how your company can benefit through a partnership with UF Biomedical engineering by exploring the opportunities below.
Become an Industry Partner
This program seeks to foster a meaningful and sustained partnership between students, faculty, staff and industry leaders. Industry partners can connect to student programs, either as a potential sponsor of student research programs or through various student internships and recruitment programs. Learn more.
Engage in Industry Connect
This is an opportunity to showcase your company to biomedical engineering students. This one-day event is where industry peers join together to share their expertise with students. You will have exclusive networking opportunities. This allows students to interact with leaders and entrepreneurs in the field of biomedical engineering.
Sponsor a Senior Design Project
We are seeking partners and mentors for our senior design students. Learn more about the course, opportunities for collaboration, and the diversity of recent projects at Senior Design.
Learn about Research
Research seminars are presented by leaders in academia, research, and industry. Students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to attend. Pruitt Research Day and Undergraduate Research Day recognize the research efforts of our students and their faculty mentors by showcasing the diversity and growth of research pursuits in the biomedical engineering community.
Being a premier research university, UF BME offers an array of partnering opportunities for industry looking to work with academia through:
- Technology Development
- Sponsored Research