People are at the heart of the Center for Engineering in Medicine.
Over 70 investigators, including faculty, postdoctoral fellows, MD fellows, graduate students, and technical staff come together each day to exchange ideas and tackle problems.
Trainees benefit from direct interaction with, and guidance from, the CEM’s faculty members and from involvement in interdisciplinary group meetings, which are organized around the major thrust areas. These group meetings foster a team-oriented approach that broadens a trainee’s experience in ways not possible in most traditional laboratories.
The CEM provides a unique environment in which scientific rigor, collaboration, training, and technical innovation come together. Consequently, the CEM has developed a remarkable reputation within the academic and industrial communities, both as an excellent training environment and as a very innovative and productive research organization. More than 100 trainees have "graduated" from the CEM to assume positions of leadership in both academic and industrial environments.
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