CMTI students met with Dr. Dirk E. Stevens, Sr. VP Quality Systems and Regulatory Affairs at Fresenius Medical Care
Learn about exciting opportunities and developments within the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the CMTI!
Bradley Nilsson, Associate Professor of Chemistry; Amy Lerner, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering; and Beth Jörgensen, Professor of Spanish, are the recipients of the 2016 Goergen Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. Three longtime University teachers will be honored this fall for their contributions to undergraduate education. They were…
Skaneateles, N.Y. — Welch Allyn will invest $4.2 million and create 100 jobs in Skaneateles in exchange for up to $13.5 million in state and local incentives. The 101-year-old medical device maker pledged Wednesday to retain the 900 existing jobs at its factory and headquarters in Skaneateles, 30 miles southwest…
Baxter Healthcare, Epic, Google, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Thermo Fisher Scientific among many others to be at the University of Rochester Career Expo!
One of the most valuable experiences for students are those where they can see firsthand what engineers do on a daily basis. The CMTI visited Volpi USA in nearby Auburn, NY during one its landmark achievements, its 25th anniversary following the acquisition of the fiber optic division of Welch Allyn for the in-house production optical fibers.
Visiting companies like Welch Allyn/Hill Rom help students appreciate where they will fit into the industry. Students met with John Lane (Director of Electrical Eng. and Tech. Development) and Dave Rider (Senior Manager, New Healthcare Delivery Solutions) and learned about how large companies innovate new products by having engineers interact directly…
Another CMTI tour gave us convincing evidence that translational medicine and innovation are strong across Western NY. On August 25th, we visited the Jacobs Institute in Buffalo NY, at the heart of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
The CMTI visited nearby Tessy Plastics (Elbridge, NY), a leading contract manufacturer that produces plastic components for medical device companies around the globe (7/23/2015). Seeing biomedical engineering in action provides a first hand perspective on your career.
The CMTI visited Corning Inc., and the Corning Museum of Glass where they learned about how large companies engage in translating innovative products.