Department hosts BME Industry Day

April 13, 2018

BME DayThe Jim and Joan Bock Biomedical Engineering Department at Trine University hosted BME Industry Day on Thursday, April 12.

About 65 students participated in the event, with guest speakers discussing opportunities within the biomedical engineering field.

Speakers included Michael Conrad, who is head of Customer Service and Human Resources at Precision Medical Technologies; Adam Griebel, a senior research engineer at Fort Wayne Metals; and Sandy May and Tammy Siemers from the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University.

The event was sponsored by the Employment Resource Center, the Jim and Joan Bock Biomedical Engineering Department, and Trine’s chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society.

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