Columbia BME Seminar Series 2021-2022

Oct 05 2021

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is proud to host our annual weekly seminar series on the latest developments and research in Biomedical Engineering. The weekly series takes place on Friday mornings at 11:00AM Eastern and includes a variety of renowned academics from top universities to talk about their specific research and experience. For more information, please find individual talk abstracts on the Columbia BME Homepage under "Events", or use the links below as they become available.

 

Not at Columbia? No problem! You can tune in virtually!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER VIRTUALLY FOR THE FALL 2021 SEMINAR SERIES (SEPTEMBER 17 - DECEMBER 3)

Attendees need only register once for this recurring weekly webinar series. We will also stream our series live on YouTube, so please subscribe today!

 

FALL 2021 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

(click links for more information about each event)
Date Speaker
September 10 Welcome & Introduction (not open to public)
September 17 Edward Chang, UCSF - VAN C. MOW LECTURE
September 24 Juergen Hahn, BME Chair, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
October 1 Rong Fan, Yale University
October 15 Jim Wells, Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation
October 22 Aaron Batista, University of Pittsburgh
October 29 Dan Huh, University of Pennsylvania
November 5 Milan Yager, Executive Director, AIMBE
November 12 Ashley Laughney, Weill Cornell Medicine
November 19 Laurel Carney, University of Rochester
November 19-
November 20
2021 Rising Stars in Engineering in Health Workshop
November 26 Thanksgiving
December 3 Maribel Vazquez, Rutgers University

 

 

SPRING 2022 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

(click links for more information about each event)
Date Speaker
January 21 Tyrone Porter, The University of Texas at Austin
January 28 Rusty Lansford, USC
February 4 Charles Gersbach, Duke University
February 11 Yamuna Krishnan, University of Chicago
February 17 Engineering in Medicine Symposium
February 18-19 PhD Interviews
February 25 Douglas Weber, Carnegie Mellon University
March 4 Mitra Hartmann, Northwestern University
March 11 Jude Phillip, Johns Hopkins University
March 18 Spring Recess
March 24-26 48th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC)
April 1 Xue Han, Boston University
April 8 Srivalleesha Mallidi, Tufts University
April 15 Bryan Bryson, MIT

April 22

Aaron Streets, UC Berkeley

  

ABOUT THE VAN C. MOW LECTURE

Dr. Van C. Mow is one of the earliest researchers in the field of biomechanics. Throughout his more than 50-year career, Dr. Mow has made truly outstanding and brilliant contributions to orthopaedic biomedical engineering, including biomechanics studies on articular cartilage, intervertebral disk, knee meniscus, diarthrodial joint mechanics, joint lubrication, and osteoarthritis.

Among Dr. Mow's many achievements, he was the founding chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science from 2000 to 2011. To honor Dr. Mow for his many contributions to the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the School has created the annual Van C. Mow Lecture. Each fall, a distinguished leader in the field of biomedical engineering is invited to deliver this lecture.