Save the date: Biomedical conference May 16

Medrad, a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of high-tech medical devices, and Penn State New Kensington are partnering again for the second Pittsburgh Biomedical Conference on Wednesday, May 16, at the campus. Organized by Ted Lucidi, technical and clinical support specialist at Medrad, and Myron Hartman, coordinator and instructor for the Biomedical Engineering Technology (BET) program at the New Kensington campus, the conference is geared to biomedical and clinical engineering managers, equipment technicians and biomedical students.

More than 60 professionals and undergraduates attended the inaugural event that offered career development topics that ranged from health care reform to anesthetic vaporizer maintenance. For more information, contact Hartman at 724-334-6712 or via email or visit online.


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Last Updated March 01, 2012