Design Standards for Biomedical Engineering Webinar

Recorded: June 16, 2016

Donald Gaver, PhD
Alden J. “Doc” Laborde Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University
BMES Education Committee Chair

Jay Goldberg, PhD, PE
Director, Healthcare Technologies Management Program
Clinical Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University

Robert Hitchcock, PhD
Associate Professor and Graduate Chair, Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah  

Design standards are known throughout business and industry as specifications, processes, and testing procedures for materials or products. These standards are developed by individual manufacturers, trade associations, and national or international standards organizations to ensure consistency, reliability, and safety in manufactured products.

Join BMES to learn how to incorporate design standards into biomedical engineering student capstone projects, hear about best practices for teaching design control, biocompatibility testing and risk assessment, and learn about affordable ways students and faculty can access standards. The featured speakers will share their experience on use and development of standards in the classroom and industry. They will provide examples of how to incorporate standards into design classes and student projects and discuss standards emphasized in student courses. Whether you are faculty teaching or preparing to teach design standards, a student beginning a design course or capstone project, or simply interested in learning more about design standards in biomedical engineering, you will benefit from this webinar.

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