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Dear Mason Bioengineering faculty and students,

Please see below your invitation to participate in our Faculty’s Spring 2021 Research Symposium taking place April 9.

The Registration button is at the bottom.

We hope to see you there for a fruitful and exciting discussion of our mutual interests and opportunities.

All the best,

Michael Buschmann

Chair Bioengineering

George Mason University

George Mason University’s

Bioengineering Department presents

Spring 2021 Faculty Research Symposium

April 9, 2021 • 9:00 am – 11:35 am


Bioengineering at George Mason University has rapidly evolved into a high intensity research-oriented department. In this symposium each faculty member will provide a brief overview of their research organized in the department’s 4 research pillars: Biomedical Imaging and Devices, Computational Biomedical Engineering, Neurotechnology and Computational Neurosciences, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine.

We invite you to join us to learn about our latest research developments and participate in discussions following the presentations in each pillar.

Event Agenda



Register Here<>

Carol McHugh

Academic Program Assistant

Department of Bioengineering

3100 Peterson Family Health Services Hall