Morgan Giers presents

The Oregon Bioengineering Symposium — jointly organized by Oregon State, Oregon Health & Science University, and the University of Oregon — was established in 2019 to promote collaboration and exchange of ideas between students, researchers and practitioners in Oregon and the surrounding region. This year the meeting will take place on Nov. 11-12 and will focus on regenerative medicine, rehabilitation, and artificial intelligence. The meeting will be held virtually and registration is free. 

There will be awards for the best poster and oral presentations by undergraduates, graduate students and post-docs. To present at the meeting, an abstract must be submitted by October 15. Visit the official site for the 2021 Oregon Bioengineering Symposium for more information about how to submit an abstract and register for the meeting.

The Oregon Bioengineering Symposium builds on the combined strengths within the region in biomedical engineering research and technology development. The meeting typically draws hundreds of participants from universities and industry, providing a forum for exchange of ideas and establishment of new collaborations. Previous meetings: 2019 Oregon Bioengineering Symposium, 2020 Oregon Bioengineering Symposium.

The symposium also provides an opportunity for prospective students and post-docs to learn about research opportunities in Oregon. Oregon State University and University of Oregon offer joint MS and PhD degrees in bioengineering. Oregon Health and Science University offers graduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering.     

Published Date: 
Friday, September 10, 2021