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STUDENT SERVICES CONFERENCE ROOM ECSS 2.507
JUST NORTH OF ECSS 2.401 ACROSS FROM THE MAIN ELEVATORS THROUGH THE SECURED DOOR
BENG YAHOO GROUP
Our Mission: "The Engineering of Healing"
The Biomedical Engineering Network Group @ UTD is comprised of interested students and faculty who wish to build relationships with medical device companies and open learning opportunities to those who seek to bridge the gap between medicine and cutting edge technology.
Our goal is to inspire students and faculty to develop and apply engineering methods to health technology through networking, education and hands on experience.
BENG was originally begun in the Fall of 2008 by Pooja Umesh with the aid of her Senior Design class in order to address the growing interest and needs in the realm of Biomedical Technology. BENG hosts biomedical company and academic speaker events and facilitates the advancement of education and opportunities for the convergence of healing and engineering.
In the late Spring of 2009, Joel-Anthony Gray was elected President by the group in order to carry this vision forward and performed the duties of arranging speakers, meetings, events and maintaining paperwork with the SOF.
In the early Spring of 2012, Joel-Anthony Gray moved to an Acting Consultant officer position for BENG while Timothy Cogan stepped in as a new President to facilitate the transition of BENG to an EMBS Chapter. (the biomedical chapter of IEEE)
Our current advisors are Dr. Leonides Bleris and Dr. Kruti Dholokia.
Contact Information: Jan 2015
Joel-Anthony Gray - Officer of EMBS / Former President of BENGTelephone : 214.912.4691
OFFICE: ECSS 2.603
The Biomedical Engineering Network Group website is published by BENG, a registered student organization. BENG is not an official publication of the University of Texas @ Dallas and does not represent the views of the university or its officers. The University of Texas at Dallas is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action University. Students with disabilities needing special assistance to attend please call 214.221.5734 Texas Relay Operation: 1-800-RELAYTX