Abrams Scholar Winners

Congratulations to Carly, Sophie and Marci who all won the Abrams Scholar for 2017-2018!

 

About the Abrams Scholars Program:

Abrams Scholars are outstanding BME undergraduate students who are selected to receive a stipend to conduct hands-on laboratory research projects. These projects are conceived and designed by the students with the guidance of a faculty mentor. The Abrams Scholar program honors C. Frank Abrams, Jr., a BME and BAE emeritus faculty member. Dr. Abrams led the development of the first courses in Biomedical Engineering at NC State and was instrumental in the founding of NC State’s BME Department, the creation of the joint UNC-CH/NC State graduate program, and ultimatel,y the launch of the UNC-CH/NC State Joint BME Department. He was the Joint Department’s first senior design instructor as well as the first Director of Graduate Studies.

Welcome Marci – Abrams Scholar Winner

Marci is a sophomore who will be joining our lab as an Abrams Scholar for 2017-2018. Welcome Marci!

 

About the Abrams Scholars Program:

Abrams Scholars are outstanding BME undergraduate students who are selected to receive a stipend to conduct hands-on laboratory research projects. These projects are conceived and designed by the students with the guidance of a faculty mentor. The Abrams Scholar program honors C. Frank Abrams, Jr., a BME and BAE emeritus faculty member. Dr. Abrams led the development of the first courses in Biomedical Engineering at NC State and was instrumental in the founding of NC State’s BME Department, the creation of the joint UNC-CH/NC State graduate program, and ultimatel,y the launch of the UNC-CH/NC State Joint BME Department. He was the Joint Department’s first senior design instructor as well as the first Director of Graduate Studies.

Elizabeth, Harsha, and Michael present posters at OUR Symposium

Elizabeth, Harsha, and Michael all presented on their research at the 26th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. Additionally, Elizabeth won an award for Top Presentation for her poster, titled “Validating Laser Doppler Flowmetry For In Vivo Longitudinal Measurements Of Bone Blood Perfusion”. We’re so lucky to have such amazing undergrads!

https://undergradresearch.dasa.ncsu.edu/congratulations-to…/