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Students, faculty, and practitioners will converge for the inaugural Oregon Bioengineering Symposium, hosted by Oregon State University at the CH2M Alumni Center on Nov. 22.
The meeting, a collaboration between Oregon State, the University of Oregon, and Oregon Health & Science University, will cover all areas of bioengineering/biomedical engineering, with an emphasis on technologies for precision health. The goal of the meeting is to promote collaboration and exchange of ideas between students, researchers, and practitioners in Oregon and the surrounding region.
Elain Fu, associate professor of bioengineering at Oregon State, will present her research alongside colleagues from UO and OHSU during the one-day symposium.
Advance registration costs are $25 for students and post-docs, $60 for faculty and $125 for non-academic registrants for early registration. After Nov. 8, the registration fee goes up by $25.