Graduate education in the sciences and engineering rarely offers the training and experiences necessary to fully prepare graduates to enter directly into non-academic research and leadership positions. Tulane’s NSF IGERT-funded Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Bioinnovation challenges this paradigm by creating a program in that will cultivate our trainee’s abilities to develop clinically relevant biomedical technologies and devices leading to commercial products. This program couples research with extensive training in entrepreneurship and regulation to develop graduates who can lead the creation of innovative and cost-effective solutions to complex biomedical problems.
Volume Subject Area:Biomedical Engineering Education Posters
Topics:Biomedicine, Education, Entrepreneurship, Leadership
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