BMES provides the tools and resources students need to excel in the field of BME. The benefits of membership for those studying to become biomedical engineers, are invaluable. The Society has over 145 student chapters and more than 4,500 student members.
BMES is committed to providing best-in-class value to our industry partners, from providing career and business development opportunities to networking and cross-sector collaborations with academia, government, and healthcare.
The Biomedical Engineering Society is proud to announce its 2018 Class of Fellows. This year's class includes 21 members who were nominated by their peers.
In the current issue of Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, BMES members at the University of Texas, Austin share their research create 3D model to better understand the mitral valve.
Suzie Pun, the Washington University Robert F. Rushmer Professor of Bioengineering, was elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences in 2018.
Duke University professor George Truskey has collaborated with researchers at the Duke University School of Medicine to create a model of the human placenta that will help researchers study preterm birth issues such as pre-eclampsia, according to a university article.