BMES aims to provide valuable educational opportunities to our members and the biomedical engineering community through a variety of in-person and online learning and professional development offerings. The goal of these offerings is to promote lifelong high quality education and career advancement of a diverse community of biomedical engineers and to serve our mission to enhance knowledge and education in biomedical engineering and bioengineering worldwide and its utilization for human health and well-being.
BMES Webinar Series
BMES convenes a webinar series on biomedical engineering professional development available for free to BMES members. Each webinar includes featured presentations followed by a live question and answer session with the speakers. The webinars are conducted remotely. No travel is required to participate. After the live event, each webinar is archived and available for on-demand viewing. More information about upcoming webinars will be announced as it becomes available.
REGISTER TODAY Current Topics in BME ABET Accreditation - August 31, 2017 at 3:00pm Eastern
How to Engage Industry More Effectively with Local Chapters - September 2017
How to Sustain a BMES Student Chapter (featuring 2017 Chapter Awardees) - October 2017
Connecting Leaders in BME with Underrepresented Groups - November 2017
ABioM SIG Webinar: Tissue Biofabrication - December 11, 2017 at 1:00pm Eastern
Stay tuned for more information!
*Webinar dates and topics are subject to change.
ARCHIVE NOW AVAILABLE Launching a Start-Up from a University
A Role for Computational Modeling in Medical Practice
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Biomedical Engineering
Best Practices and How to Sustain a BMES Student Chapter (featuring 2016 Chapter Awardee)
Connecting Leaders in BME with Underrepresented Groups
Trends in Industry
BME ABET Program Criteria and Assessment
Design Standards for Biomedical Engineering
Regulatory Standards and Risk Management in Medical Devices
How to Join a Local BMES Industry Chapter
Tenure Promotion Process
Translation, Intellectual Property and Venture Capital
Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference - Panel Discussion: How Good is Good Enough?
Technology in the Classroom
Lobbying for BME: How to Influence Decision Makers, Funding and Policy
Best Practices for Running a Lab
Venture Capital and Patent Law: Practical Strategies for Patenting an Innovation
Best Practices for Managing Employees in Academia and Industry
How to Build Leadership and Networking Skills
Effective Strategies for Teaching BME
Developing an Industry Career in Biomedical Engineering
Grant Writing: Practical Approaches for Preparing and Managing Grants in BME
How to Prepare an Effective Poster Presentation