The Kansas State University Student Chapter of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) is focused on exposing students to the exciting and rapidly-expanding field of biomedical engineering. We exist to advance the application of engineering sciences and technology to medicine and biology, promote further education in areas of medicine and biology, foster multidisciplinary cooperation between engineering students and students of other majors, provide the resources and encouragement necessary to accomplish such goals, and build a bridge between the College of Engineering and other departments at Kansas State University.
We organize regular meetings, guest lectures, campus events, skills workshops, tours, and design teams. For more information about the field, you can visit our "What is Biomedical Engineering?" page.
We are always looking for new and eager members. We do not require a membership fee or minimum involvement to be involved in EMBS, but do encourage our members to obtain IEEE EMBS membership through our parent organization. We welcome both undergraduate and graduate students from all majors. To get involved, attend a meeting, event, or contact one of our officers.
Find all news and upcoming events at https://orgsync.com/86226/chapter
2018 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii
2018 Via Christi da Vinci Robotic Surgery System tour