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Southeast Regional Biomaterials Day

The 4th annual Southeast Regional Biomaterials Day, hosted by Clemson University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Vanderbilt University, will take place November 8-9, 2018, in Clemson, SC.

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Bioengineering Spotlight

Two BIOE Students Recognized by NSF
The National Science Foundation conferred its Graduate Research Fellowship award on Aniqa Chowdhury, a graduate student in Dr. Delphine Dean’s lab. NSF conferred Honorable Mention on Timothy Samec, a graduate student in Dr. Angela Alexander-Bryant’s lab.

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Vanessa Wyche Breaks Barriers
Vanessa Wyche, bioengineering graduate, is the first African American to serve as deputy director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

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Bioengineering ranks 4th in the nation for value
Clemson is fourth among the nation’s 50 best value schools for biomedical engineering according to a new ranking from

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A Tale of Pandas, Stem Cells, Problem-Solving and Medicine: Irene Cheng’s Boren Fellowship
"I’ve learned that my Clemson family is found all over the world! Upon my return I plan on pursuing higher education and a career in translational research. All of this led to my year in Chengdu, China, as a United States David L. Boren Fellow."

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Clemson Bioengineering Bulletin

Medical device group recognizes Martine LaBerge of Clemson University with award
Dr. Martine LaBerge, Chair of the Department of Bioengineering, was presented the Southeastern Medical Device Association’s Spotlight Award for her contributions to the development of the Southeastern medical device community..

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The Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Center is a state-of-the art facility primarily dedicated to biomedical research and accelerated innovation. Read more



The Bioengineering Center of Regeneration and Formation of Tissues is the nation's only bioengineering COBRE center, researching methods to restore diseased tissues. Read more SC BioCRAFT

SC MedTransTech

The South Carolina Medical Translational Technology Program enables biomedical innovation through rapid translation of clinically driven technology and reinvestment of health care dollars into research. Read more