Graduate Student Advisory Board
The Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB) is an organization within the BME department that serves a critical role in providing student input to the graduate program as well as a way for students to engage in the BME community. The organization exists to increase visibility and accessibility of resources provided by both Georgia Tech and Emory, the BME department and other student groups in an effort to continue to improve the quality of the BME graduate student experience.
GSAB consists of many branches encompassing various areas of interest to the health of the program including, but not limited to:
- BME Student Town Halls
- Emory Lab Advocacy
- First Year Student Advocacy
- Graduate Committee Representation
- Milestones and Qualifying Exam Prep
- New Student Recruitment
- Orientation and Reorientation
- PKU Program
- Professional Development
- Social and Events Planning
- Student Feedback and Concerns
- TEP Lab Advocacy
- Underrepresented Minorities in BME
- Wellness and Mental Health
- Women in BME
If there is a student issue or idea you are passionate about that you don’t see on this list, come join GSAB to champion your cause and have your voice heard!
Being a part of GSAB can involve many different levels of time commitment - if you have a desire to be a part of influencing and engaging the BME graduate program, we can find a place for you, whether that is as a chair of a particular committee or as a member focusing on helping with a particular issue. Every little bit helps shape the program! GSAB is place to come with your questions - we might not know the answer, but as a group, we can help find the people who do!