Biomedical Engineering: Designing tools for a healthy future
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Limited registration details will be shared with event partners, the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Biomedical Engineering. If you experience issues registering, please contact Shari Hagedorn at (414) 955-4379.
 
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April 2 | Designing Prevention

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April 9 | Creating a Better Diagnosis

*Note: MCW-Central Wisconsin is not hosting the program on-campus this evening. Attendees of this location will need to view the online webcast this week.

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April 16 | Engineering Answers from Within

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April 23 | Bridging the Gap

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