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The University of Memphis & The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Joint Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering
Spring 2015 Seminar Series

January 23

Brooke Sanford, Clinical Research Engineer, Brooks Rehabilitation, Jacksonville FL; www.brookshealth.org
Using motion analysis to guide clinical decision-making

January 30

Kenneth D. Ward, Professor and Director, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health, UM; www.memphis.edu/sph/ward.php
Responding to the global tobacco epidemic

February 6

Pam Dennis, Associate Professor, Libraries Research Instructional Services, UM, and Cody Behles, Assistant Professor, Libraries Information System, UM
Getting the most bang for your buck on engineering topics

February 13

Nathaniel Stoikes, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, UTHSC; www.utmedicalgroup.com/surgery/minimally-invasive.php

February 20

Chad D. Touchberry, Assistant Professor and Director, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Health and Sport Sciences, UM; http://www.memphis.edu/hss/ebcl/
An epidemic of cardiovascular disease in chronic kidney disease patients: Is FGF23 the link?

February 27

Undergraduate Student presentations: William Hunter King, Elizabeth Duncan, Tyler Rist

March 6

Pratik Banerjee, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health, School of Public Health, UM; http://www.memphis.edu/sph/pratik_banerjee.php

March 13

Spring Break – no seminar

March 20

Bonny Banerjee, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Assistant Professor, Institute for Intelligent Systems; http://sites.google.com/site/bonnybanerjee1/

March 27

Scott Sell, Biomedical Engineering, St. Louis University, St. Louis MO; http://parks.slu.edu/faculty-staff/parks-faculty/scott-sell/

April 3

UT Holiday – no seminar

April 10

Adebowale Adebiyi, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, UTHSC; http://www.uthsc.edu/physiology/faculty/aadebiyi.php

April 17

Graduate Student presentations: Jennifer Jarvis and James Atherton

April 24

Eugene Eckstein, Professor and Chair, Biomedical Engineering, UM; presentation is sponsored by the UM Physics Department; location: Manning Hall Room 201, UM campus
Ideas of Hamilton, Stokes, and Dirac that format the summary statistics for axial displacements in flowing suspensions

Seminars will be held on The University of Memphis campus in Room 203 Engineering Administration Building (Engineering Auditorium), corner of Central and Zach Curlin streets, at 330p.
Contact info: 901/678-3733. http://www.uthsc.edu/bme/seminars.php

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