New STEM Lyceums Webinar on the Theme of Biomedical Engineering
CEE offers exciting free virtual STEM Lyceums program for high school students
The guest speaker is:
Jason L. Koh, MD, MBA, FAAOS, FAOA (RSI '85) is the Mark R. Neaman Family Chair of Orthopaedic Surgery and Director, Orthopaedic & Spine Institute, NorthShore University HealthSystem;
Erinn Grigsby, PhD, is Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Pittsburgh. She earned BS in Biomedical/Medical Engineering and Electrical, a BS in Computer Engineering, and an MS in Biomedical/Medical Engineering from Duke University. Dr. Grigsby received her doctorate in Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh. Her doctoral research focused on using brain-computer interface to study how the time course of population neural activity evolves so that we can smoothly and effectively interact with the world.
This virtual event is part of CEE's STEM Lyceums, a series of monthly virtual meetings that engage high school students in discussion and exploration of STEM concepts and unique STEM career pathways, provided at no cost to schools or students. Students interact with STEM professionals and fellow students, both national and international. Meetings foster critical thinking skills, encourage excitement for science, and prepare students to enter STEM careers. CEE's STEM Lyceums partners include Virginia Bio, United Negro College Fund, and the Urban League of Hampton Roads.
Watch the webinar recording: https://youtu.be/
Page Updated Last on: Oct 25, 2022