The Department of BioMedical Engineering, SRM University, Chennai, has organized a series of ‘BIOYANTRA’ a National Level Technical Event in the yester years. In this year, it is organized with the theme: “National Symposium on Medical Devices” in association with Philips Healthcare India Ltd & Consortium of Biomedical Engineers. This Symposium emphasizes on the interaction of Medical Industry professional with the young biomedical engineering students. Often it is a big problem for employment in the medical industry for fresher due to the lack of knowledge about the modern medical devices in the market and its technology. As we know that health related problems are increasing day by day. This increases the demand of health care services. In order to reduce the healthcare related problems, first we have to identify the diseases in its early stage and give the treatment for curing the disease. For that, innovation is required in the biomedical field, that is, low cost medical equipment which is affordable for the common man should be the main goal and mantra of a biomedical engineer. To bring this dream into reality, both doctors and medical industry should interact with biomedical engineering students to share their experiences, problems and knowledge in order to create a better world by giving better healthcare services for the patients. Hence, this event is an attempt to create new innovative product in future by sharing the past and present experience of medical industry professionals with the young biomedical engineers.
Teaching & Course Development, Linkage with Industry & Research Involvement
Ph.D/ M.Tech/ M.E with first class or equivalent (in terms of grades, tec.) at the preceding degree in the appropriate branch from reputed Institutions/ University and with consistently good academic record throughout.
Minimum 2 years of teaching experience (Industry Experience will be given weightage)
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) has announced the Summer Program 2010. Each selected candidate/trainee will be assigned to a CCMB staff scientist, and he/she is expected to execute a small project work under the guidance of the scientist. At the end of the program the each trainee would need to submit a ‘Project Report’ of the work done, and also would be required to make an oral presentation.