View Full Version : BME Graduate Fellowships and Assistantships Available

Sean Kohles
04-17-1998, 08:06 AM
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is pleased to announce recent
federal, foundation, and institutional awards for funds to support
Biomedical Engineering doctoral students. Funds are available through
grants from the US Department of Education Graduate Assistance in Areas of
National Need (GAANN) Program and the Whitaker Foundation. Graduate
students with demonstrated research ability and solid academic records are
eligible. Priority will be given to individuals with previous graduate
training (MS degree) and/or industry experience. In addition, participation
in the joint WPI - University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS)
Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics PhD Program is available.

Current teaching and research within the Biomedical Engineering Dept. at
WPI focuses on three general areas of biomedical engineering: 1)
Biomechanics & biomaterials; 2) Biosensors & medical instrumentation; and
3) Medical imaging. Additional research and teaching directions are
available at UMMS and through collaborations with other local universities
and the medical device/biotechnology industry.

Interested candidates should submit a letter requesting a graduate
admissions packet or apply online at the WPI website below. Letters can be
addressed to:
Sean S. Kohles, PhD
Attn: BME Graduate Admissions
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
100 Institute Road
Worcester, MA 01609-2280
FAX: 508-831-5541

Additional information may be found on the web:

Sean S. Kohles, PhD
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
100 Institute Road
Worcester, MA 01609-2280 USA

Ph1: 508-831-5384 (Office 414 Salisbury Labs)
Ph2: 508-831-5097 (Lab 306B SL)
FAX: 508-831-5541
email: kohles@wpi.edu

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