Southeast Biomaterials Day - Partnerships in Research

September 26, 2015

Madren Center
230 Madren Center Drive, Clemson, SC 29634

Celebrating over 50 years of groundbreaking research and discoveries, Clemson University's Bioengineering and the Society for Biomaterials invites you to attend our 5th annual meeting.
Why Attend?
  • Share your latest scientific discoveries with the community
  • Hear late breaking science
  • Meet new colleagues in your field
  • Create lasting partnerships 
  • Mingle with leading scientists from around the country

Meeting at a Glance

The Southeast Biomaterials Day: Partnerships in Research, offers a unique collaboration opportunity for those involved in the multidisciplinary field of biomaterials. This conference will focus on providing a forum for students, leading researchers, and industry representatives to meet and exchange ideas, in order to cultivate collaboration among academia and entrepreneurial professionals. 

Southeast Biomaterials Day 2015 will feature talks from biomaterials researchers, such as students and faculty, as well as biomaterial industry professionals.  

We look forward to meeting with you in Clemson for the 2015 Southeast Biomaterials Day!

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Schedule



Featured Speakers


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Thomas Webster
President of Society for Biomaterials
Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering at Northeastern University



Kara Elkin
Professional Relations Analyst at DePuy Synthes


Julia Babensee
Associate Professor 
Coulter Department of Bioengineering at Georgia Tech and Emory


Robert Guldberg
The Petit Director's Chair in Bioengineering and Bioscience
Executive Director of the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience
Professor at Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech


Naren Vyavahare
Professor 
Hunter Endowed Chair 
Bioengineering Department at Clemson University 

Melinda Harman
Assistant Professor 
Bioengineering Department at Clemson University 




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