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Organizations

Undergraduate & Graduate

Student Organizations

Coulter BME is a vibrant community filled with diverse individuals who come together to form innovative and groundbreaking organizations. See how you can plug in.

 

Undergraduate Organizations

Alpha Eta Mu Beta Biomedical Engineering Honor Society at Georgia Tech

AEMB is the national biomedical engineering honor society. Founded in 1979, AEMB recognizes scholarship, leadership, and service in Biomedical Engineering students.

Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board

bmedSAB This group serves as a liaison between nominated students and the faculty. Dedicated to representing students and improving the BME experience for all.

Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Alliance for Minorities

Dedicated to representing students and improving the BME experience for all. Learn more.

The Biomedical Engineering Society

BMES exists to promote the increase of Biomedical Engineering knowledge and its utilization. The organization holds social events, performs philanthropic and outreach activities, and hosts industry speakers.

Biomedical Engineering Transfer Students

You are already enrolled in, or have graduated from, a college or university and wish to seek a degree at Georgia Tech. Learn more.

Biomedical Engineering Futures

The group’s primary role is to provide tours and information to prospective BME students and their families. Learn more.

Ready to Learn, Design, Build Robots that help save lives?

Medical Robotics is a club that learns, designs and builds robots related to medicine and healthcare. Our goal is to learn skills to build robots and apply those skills to design, prototype and build robots that save or improve people's lives!

Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board. October 7, 2019.

Undergraduate & Graduate Organizations

BME Peer Advising Leaders

Promoting professional development at BME. Learn more.

Graduate Organizations

Biomedical Engineering Alliance for Minorities

Dedicated to representing students and improving the BME experience for all. Learn more.

BME Graduate Student Advocacy Board

GSAB provides a platform for BME graduate students to collectively give feedback to and work with the graduate program administration to help insure that the graduate program continues to improve and adapt.

The Bioengineering and Bioscience Unified Graduate Students

BBUGS is the largest, most diverse, graduate student group on the Georgia Tech campus. The BBUGS group serves as the core student group for the bioengineering and bioscience community.

Other Student Opportunities/Engagement