Summer Biomedical Engineering Research Opportunities

The Biomedical Engineering Department at Wake Forest University will offer several summer research opportunities in 2015 focusing on Translational Research in Biomedical Engineering (TRiBE)!  Students selected will receive a stipend and on-campus housing.  The research internships will be offered for a 10 week period from May 26 to July 31, 2015.

The 2015 TRiBE application period is now closed.  Please check back later for updates!

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2014 BME Summer Interns    
 Apkarian, Kalyna 117x142  Brown, Eran 117x142  Cheng, Daniel 117x142
Kalyna Apkarian
Eran Brown
Solid-state Nanopores
Daniel Chen
AACN and Rib Cage Modeling
 Cordts, Seth 117x142  Dawson, Kayla 117x142Decker, William 117x142
Seth Cordts
Elderly Acetabular Fracture/ Novel Research
Kayla Dawson
Head Injury Prediction  
William Decker
GHBMC Trauma Research  
 Gao, Xiangxi 117x142  Houlis, Theodore 117x142    Jain, Divya 117x142
Xiangxi Gao
Theranostic Polysaccharide Nanoparticles
Theodore Houlis
Elderly Acetabular Fracture/ Novel Research
Divya Jain
Effect of Exercise Modality  
 Jones, Derek_2 117x142  Lindow, Stephanie 117x142  Liu, Han 117x142
Derek Jones
NHTSA Head  
Stephanie Lindow
Heat Transfer Research  
Han Liu
Optimization of General Thresholding Algorithm
 Qu, Weili 117x142  Rashid, Raheem 117x142    Rawls, Gabrielle 117x142
Weili Qu
Solid-state Nanopores  
Raheem Rashid
Real World Motor Vehicle Crashes
Gabrielle Rawls
Multi-Modality Anthropometry Study
 Shannon, Ryan 117x142  Tucci, Emily 117x142  
Ryan Shannon
GHBMC Trauma Research  
Emily Tucci
Cortical Bone Trajectory Lumbar Fusions



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