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Fischell Festival: A Celebration of Bioengineering's Potential to Improve Millions of Lives
Thursday, October 24, 2013
1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building
For More Information:
fischellfestival@umd.edu
http://fischellfestival.umd.edu/

Fischell Festival: A Celebration of Bioengineering's Potential to Improve Millions of Lives
Part of Mpact Week, October 23-26

Register for this free event

Engineers play a crucial role in devising new technologies that enhance the capabilities of health care, improve our quality of life, and shape the future of human healthcare. Now in its seventh year, the Fischell Festival demonstrates how University of Maryland bioengineering faculty and students are joining forces with colleagues in the medical field to design the next generation of biomedical devices, drugs and vaccines, and advanced treatments of injuries and disease. Everyone is welcome–the Fest is open to the public and registration is complimentary.

Undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, faculty, research scientists, members of federal labs, and members of the biotech industry are invited to submit a research poster. Learn more.

To learn more about the Fischell Festival, and to see writeups, photos and video from the previous years' events, please visit fischellfestival.umd.edu

This Event is For: Public • Campus • Clark School • All Students • Graduate • Undergraduate • Prospective Students • K-12 • Faculty • Staff • Post-Docs • Alumni • Corporate • Donors • Press


   

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