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How do I learn more about Northwestern's research opportunities?

Hey there! I'm a high school junior and I've been considering Northwestern University as one of my top choices due to its reputation as a research institution. I'm specifically interested in biomedical engineering research opportunities. Does anyone know where I can find more information about Northwestern's research initiatives in the biomedical engineering field? Are there any students or alumni who could share their experiences? Thanks!

9 months ago

Hello! It's wonderful to hear that you're considering Northwestern as one of your top choices. To learn more about their research initiatives, I suggest checking out the biomedical engineering department's website (https://bme.northwestern.edu/). There, you can find detailed information about ongoing research projects, faculty members, and lab facilities.

Additionally, I recommend reaching out to current students or recent alumni to get a firsthand perspective on their research experiences. You can try contacting Northwestern's Society of Undergraduate Biomedical Engineers (SUBE) or visiting their Linkedin page to connect with students and alumni.

Another great way to explore the research atmosphere at Northwestern is attending open house events, information sessions, or even visiting the campus if you have the opportunity. During campus visits, you can often tour research facilities and talk with faculty or students in person.

Lastly, keep an eye out for articles and announcements on research breakthroughs and achievements from the biomedical engineering department to get an up-to-date picture of the great work being done at Northwestern. Best of luck with your research journey!

9 months ago

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