Faculty and Staff RSVP
UPDATED (March 11, 2020): Although there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on our campus at this time, in light of public health recommendations to limit gatherings, the Grodins Organizing Committee has decided to cancel the 24th Grodins Biomedical Engineering Research Symposium. The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is of the utmost importance.
Official Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) messages and status updates from the University of Southern California: https://sites.usc.edu/coronavirus/
BME PhD Students: You are no longer required to submit abstracts and posters (please disregard all pertaining requirements and deadlines for the 24th Grodins Biomedical Engineering Research Symposium).
No further action is required from students at this time.
The Fred S. Grodins Graduate Research Symposium began in 1997 as a forum for BME graduate students to present their current research work and future plans. This student-organized and student-run symposium provides an opportunity for the faculty and current graduate students to exchange ideas on the various areas of on-going research activity within the Department. The participating graduate students contribute considerable effort and time in preparing their presentations. Thus, active faculty participation is highly appreciated. As part of the Department's recruitment efforts, outstanding prospective students are also invited to attend this event and to mingle with current students. This gives them invaluable insight into what life as a BME graduate student is like.
The students look forward to your participation at the Grodins Graduate Research Symposium. Please contact the committee if you have any questions.