10/07 – Hollywood, CA

BME-IDEA Meeting at BMES – September 26, 2007

The Alliance met on September 26, 2007 in conjunction (and around the corner from) the 2007 BMES Annual Fall Meeting to be held September 26-29, Hollywood, CA. Thanks to our planning committee and all of our speakers and participants for a successful meeting! All Slides from the morning snapshots are now available below. ALSO, notes from the Global Health Workshop are also available.

Roosevelt HotelLOCATION FOR BME-IDEA:

Roosevelt Hotel
7000 HOLLYWOOD BLVD
HOLLYWOOD CA 90028
P 323.466.7000

Oscar Room – Main Meeting Room
Academy Room – Breakout Room
Granada Room – Breakout Room

New this year, we will be in a different hotel from BMES. Around the corner from the BMES meeting (being held at the Renaissance Hotel) is the Roosevelt Hotel of Hollywood fame (the first Academy Awards were held there!)

PDF of BME-IDEA 2007 Booklet (includes bios of all attendees and other meeting material)
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0714824.

Agenda

7.30 – 8.00
Continental Breakfast – Oscar Room
8:00 – 8:15
Welcome John Linehan, Paul Yock
8:15 – 12:30
Snapshots in BME Design – Oscar Room
All SLIDES are in PPT format except where noted.
 Needs Assessment and Framing Projects Dan Bogen, U of Penn
8:15
Z. Maria Oden – SLIDES Rice Finding Ideal Projects for BME Design Course
8:25
David Kelso – SLIDES Northwestern Getting off on the right foot:  Visiting the locus in quo in capstone design
8:35
John D. desJardins – SLIDES Clemson Opportunities for Early Student Design Topic Investment – SET-UP Strategy
8:45
Mary Beth Privitera – SLIDES (pdf) Cincinnati Using Ethnography to Determine User Needs
8:55
Jean-Michel Maarek – SLIDES USouthern California BME Design Projects developed around OEM Devices
9:05
Robert Malkin – SLIDES Duke Identifying Needs – CURES / long interview
9:15
Discussion
Industrial/ Clinical Partnerships and Translational Projects James Antaki, Carnegie Mellon
9:35
Joseph V. Tranquillo – SLIDES Bucknell First Experience with External Senior Design Mentors
9:45
Jay Goldberg – SLIDES Cincinnati/ Marquette Industrial Partnerships in BME Design
9:55
Robert Hitchcock – SLIDES UUtah BME Design and Promotion of High-value relationships with clin medicine
10:05
Shayn M. Pierce – SLIDES UVirginia Capstone as a Vehicle for Translational Research
10:15
Willis Tompkins – SLIDES Wisconsin Bridging the gap from UG BME Design to Translational Research
10:25
Samuel Sia – SLIDES Columbia Integration of BME Design with Entrepreneurship
10:35
Discussion
10:55 – 11:10
BREAK
Bringing in Realistic Issues Paul King, Vanderbilt
11:10
L. Franklin Bost – SLIDES Georgia Tech Bringing Businese Practical Experinece to BME Education
11:20
Mark Redfern – SLIDES Pittsburgh Senior Design at U Pittsburgh (FDA, CAE, DOX, etc.)
11:30
Terry N. Layton – SLIDES University of Illinois, Chicago Classroom and HW to Make Regulatory Process Real and Interesting
11:40
Vincent B. Pizziconi – SLIDES Arizona St Incorporation of Best Industry Practices
11:50
William C. Tang – SLIDES UC-Irvine Aligning BME Senior Design with ABET Criteria
12:00
Melissa K. Micou – SLIDES UC-San Diego Capstone Design – Multi-generational Projects
12:10
Discussion
12:30 – 1:30
Networking Lunch – Oscar Room
1:30 – 3:00
Panel Discussion on Inclusion in BME Design & Entrepreneurship – Challenges and Opportunities
1:30
Intro — Phil Weilerstein, NCIIA, Moderator
1:35
Panelist 1 opening thoughts Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Univ. Pittsburgh Group dynamics in engineering design
1:50
Panelist 2 opening thoughts Shadia Oshodi, Genentech – SLIDES Minority / female perspectives in BME
2:00
Panelist 3 opening thoughts Patrice Yarbough , University of Texas Medical Branch Opportunities in entrepreneurship based on health disparities
2:15 – 3:00
Moderated Questions and Discussion
3:00 – 4:45
Workshops descriptions – SLIDES
3:10 – 3:30
Break and move to different workshop rooms
3:30 – 4:45
Workshop 1 – Oscar Room Workshop 2 – Academy Room Focus Group – Granada Room
Diversity Workshop - Global Health Workshop NOTES BME-IDEA focus group
Amy Lerner, Rochester Matt Glucksberg, Northwestern and Maria Oden, Rice Phil Weilerstein, NCIIA and Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Univ. Pittsburgh
4:45 – 5:00
BME Project updates – Oscar Room
BME national design contest: Phil Weilerstein, NCIIA; Jay Goldberg, Marquette; Humera Fasihuddin, NCIIA
5.00 – 5:15
Wrap-up: moving forward
John Linehan
5.15 – 6.00
Reception and Presentation of BME-IDEA Contest Awards – North Courtyard

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