Do You Have an Unmet Clinical Need or an Idea for a Device?-Due August 7

Clinicians, surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, and medical industry professionals are urged to submit ideas, unmet needs, problems, or opportunities for better medical products. The Georgia Tech Biomedical Engineering (BME) Capstone Design Course is an opportunity for investigators and applies BME expertise to address a clinical unmet need. BME is accepting project proposals for the spring 2017 semester of Capstone.

If you have identified an unmet clinical need or have a device idea that you would like a team of students to work on, please click here and "Advise a Team." This course culminates in a working prototype at the end of the semester. This video explains the program and shows examples of past projects. For questions, please contact James Rains.

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