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Biomedical Engineering Society

The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is dedicated to promoting awareness of biomedical engineering knowledge and its use.

When you join the Biomedical Engineering Society's student chapter, you help to promote the future of the biomedical engineering profession.

Our vision is to serve as the leading society of students devoted to develop engineering and technology to advance human health and well-being. The main purpose of the organization is to provide research, employment, and educational opportunities to students in biomedical engineering.

Our mission is to bring a deeper understanding of the Biomedical field by creating opportunities for students to get involved in the Biomedical field throughout their time at Mason.

As a member, you will develop leadership skills, network with other students, and discover a wide range of career development opportunities. We also support activities designed to communicate recent advances, discoveries, and inventions. The BMES organizes Matlab, 3D modeling and printing, and soldering workshops every semester.

Register at BMES.org. National dues are $30 annually. We have monthly meetings.

BMES group members are sharing what they do to a fellow George Mason University student

Mason's student chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society helps bioengineering students develop leadership skills, network with other students, and discover a wide range of career development opportunities.

Board Members

  • President: Antarjot Kaur
  • Co-Vice-President: Aziz Alaraini
  • Co-Vice-President: Holly To
  • Treasurer: Renae Bitor
  • Secretary: Xander Boit
  • Marketer: AJ Wells
  • Advisor: Shani Ross

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