April 7, 2021
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology student chapter to host FDA speaker session
The K-State student chapter of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, a registered departmental student organization, will host an online guest speaker session with Stephen J. Glick, senior staff fellow at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, from 6-7 p.m. CDT Thursday, April 8.
Glick has more than 5,000 citations for his research. He will deliver a seminar about his research on breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in U.S. women and is the second-leading cause of cancer death among women worldwide The title of Glick's talk is "Emerging technologies in X-ray imaging of breast cancer." He will talk for about 30-45 minutes followed by a Q&A session.
All students and faculty members of K-State are welcome to join the session. The anticipated audience would be K-State student/faculty members of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Johnson Cancer Research Center faculty, students enrolled in the undergraduate biomedical engineering degree program, students enrolled in the undergraduate bioengineering option with electrical engineering, and other students/faculty in the colleges of Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, and Health and Human Sciences.
Please join if you are interested in Glick's research and knowing more about how FDA works.
The Zoom Meeting ID: 418 791 3473
For more details, contact Ghina Zia at firstname.lastname@example.org.