Exceptional study abroad opportunity for future engineers, scientists and health care professionals exploring bioethics: Five-week program at Pamplona Learning Spanish Institute offers two courses: 1) International Perspectives in Bioethics (3 hrs.), taught by international leaders in bioethics, includes tours of biomedical facilities. 2) Spanish Culture/International Studies (3 hrs.), immersive language and cultural lectures, numerous tours and day trips to local and regional sites.
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May 25-June 26, 2015
Dr. John D. DesJardins
The Summer Undergraduate Bioengineering Research in Japan program will provide research experience for Clemson students in world-class bioengineering research laboratories at the University of Tokyo under a formal agreement of academic exchange between the two institutions. Students will conduct mentored research in laboratories that best match their interests and prior experience to maximize productivity and impact on the students' career goals. Through mentoring by the faculty leader, Dr. Jiro Nagatomi, and the personnel of the host laboratory, participating students will learn to work with a team, understand how technological advances are made through research conducted by interdisciplinary teams of scientists, develop laboratory skills including recording data recording and keeping a lab notebook, build hypotheses and frame research questions, and communicate results in oral and written formats. Each student will be paired with a Japanese graduate research mentor/tutor, who will work side-by-side with the student in the laboratory and introduce the student to life outside the university.
6 credits: BIOE 4600
Dates: May 30-July 25, 2015
Dr. Jiro Nagatomi
Dr. John Desjardin
Director of BIOE Study Abroad
Students who choose to do cutting-edge academic research will be mentored by Dr. Frank Alexis and hosted in a lab maintained by a professor at Nanyang Technological University. Students will conduct research on selected topics of their choice, including biomaterials, defense materials, nanoelectronics, ecomaterials, nanotechnology, drug delivery and tissue engineering.
Students who choose to work in a lab hosted by an industry researcher will be mentored by Dr. Frank Alexis as they work to develop technologies and products.
Students may enroll for three or six credits in International Special Research Topics in Bioengineering (BioE4600): 4-8 weeks
Students may enroll for three or six credits in International Internship in Bioengineering (BioE4690): 8-10 weeks.