AIMBEAmerican Institute For Medical and Biological Engineering
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Fellow AIMBE, Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Professor of Polymer Science, Integrated Bioscience and Chemistry at The University of Akron, is leading a distinguished group to develop the technical and educational programs for the advanced materials in healthcare components of our conference.
As Director, he has been an ASAE representative to ANSI, AIMBE, CIGR, Standards Publishers Advisory Board, and the Standards Engineering Society.
Also, she is the recipient of numerous awards, including NSF's PECASE/Career award, the DuPont Young Professor award, and is an 2011 AIMBE Fellow.
He is a fellow of AIChE, AAAS, the Society for Biomaterials, AIMBE and the APS.
AIMBE Fellows are recognized for their outstanding achievements in medical and biological engineering.
In addition to being named an AIMBE Fellow, Hawkins presented at the annual AIMBE meeting on Feb.
Over the years, AIMBE Fellows have helped to revolutionize medicine, engineering and related fields that enhance and extend the lives of people all over the world.
Within academia, AIMBE Fellows are regularly recognized for their contributions in both teaching and research.
The AIMBE is very effective in promoting the application of engineering approaches to biomedical problems, to the great benefit of everyone.