Colton Ross, Daniel Tsai, and Cortland Johns won awards for their presentations at the Undergraduate Research Day on April 6, 2019.
They each spoke about their current research in biomedical engineering. Colton Ross won an Honors College Award for Most Outstanding Project Grand Prize, Daniel Tsai won an Honors College Award for Distinction in Undergraduate Research, and Cortland Johns received an Honorable Mention.
Congratulations to these outstanding students!
On March 29 at the 3rd Annual OU-OUHSC Biomedical Engineering Symposium, AME students participated in the student poster competition. The event was held at the Samis Education Center at the OU Health Sciences Center.
Devin Laurence was awarded first place, while Paige Welch and Samuel Jett were awarded second and third place respectively. The top ten finalists were Yuxuan Chen, Jaanam Gopalakrishnan, Katherine Haddad, Samuel Jett, Devin Laurence, Samara Lewis, Guofa Shou. Julia Tang, Paige Welch, and Omar Michael Wyman.
The Symposium is aimed to bring together the biomedical science and engineering community from the Norman campus and the clinicians and scientists from the Health Sciences Center campus in unprecedented fashion. The symposium will engage clinicians, entrepreneurs, basic scientists, engineers, and key players from the bioscience industry, all aligned in the collective vision of building new partnerships and spreading awareness. The leadership of the symposium includes members of both campuses, including clinical input to ensure a welcoming and enabling environment for clinicians to attend.
For more information about the 3rd Annual Symposium click here.
Congratulations student poster competition winners!