Pioneer: A Wallace H. Coulter Student Publication

Pioneer: A Wallace H. Coulter Student Publication Pioneer is a monthly publication based in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory. We strive to bring you news and updates, as well as information about our dynamic community.

For more details, visit our website and be sure to follow us on twitter: twitter.com/PioneerGT

We're recruiting for the new school year! Currently, we're primarily looking for Writers and Editors. Submit the followi...
09/12/2018
Fall 2018 - Pioneer Recruitment

We're recruiting for the new school year!

Currently, we're primarily looking for Writers and Editors.

Submit the following samples to [email protected] and fill out this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/xuRZNfzh50qct0LY2.

No prior journalism experience is required.

Sample Requirements:

Writers and Editors – One article/paper, at least ½ page in length - does NOT have to be BME or biotech related.

Photographers – 4 photographs you’re proud of

Web Devs – A website you’ve designed. If you haven’t made one, please describe your coding experience (html, css)

Layout Designer – Experience with Adobe InDesign is required. Please submit at least one sample of a project (flyer, magazine, etc.) created in InDesign as both a PDF file and InDesign file as proof.

08/31/2017

Helllo!

We at the Pioneer would like to start a new series "Pioneers of the Past" where we highlight pass alums who have been part of the Pioneer! We would love to know how you are doing and what you have gotten yourself into after graduating Tech! (#yougotout)

If you would like to share your story please feel free to comment below and we will get in touch!😊

Hope you enjoy the rest of your evening!

09/02/2015
Pioneer || Signup

Are you interested in writing, editing, graphic design, or webdev? Do you want to get plugged into the BME undergraduate community, meet research leaders in the field, and get a first-hand look at the latest developments in biotechnology?

The Pioneer is accepting applications for the 15-16 year until this Saturday, August 5th! Our application can be found at http://thepioneer.gatech.edu/signup/.

Any questions you have can be directed via message or by email to [email protected]. We look forward to seeing what you can bring to the Pioneer family!

04/22/2015

need a study break? grab a copy of the Pioneer to read more about Dr. Kemp's research lab, what Dr. Le Doux does after hours, and to see the latest That's So BME comic!

04/01/2015

Come and support incredible innovators at Georgia Tech during today's Inventure Prize Finals!

Didn't get a chance to grab a past issue? No worries! Check them out on our issuu site!http://issuu.com/gtpioneer
03/26/2015
ISSUU - Pioneer

Didn't get a chance to grab a past issue? No worries! Check them out on our issuu site!

http://issuu.com/gtpioneer

Pioneer is a monthly newsletter based in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory.

Interested in cardio-vascular biomechanics? Dr. Morton Jenson, a senior research engineer at the Wallace H. Coulter Depa...
01/15/2015
BME Seminar Speaker | Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory...

Interested in cardio-vascular biomechanics? Dr. Morton Jenson, a senior research engineer at the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, will be giving a talk on the current understanding of mitral heart valve biomechanics.

When: Jan 20th 2015, 11am – 12pm
Where: Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, Room 1128

Check this for more details: https://www.bme.gatech.edu/bme/bme-seminar-speaker

We began in 1997 as a joint program between a public university and private entity - creating leaders in research, academia, and industry.

The deadline to apply for the President's Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) for Spring 2015 is October 3rd. It is a gr...
10/02/2014
PURA | Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program at Georgia Institute of Technology in...

The deadline to apply for the President's Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) for Spring 2015 is October 3rd. It is a great opportunity to receive pay for conducting research! Application requirements include a research proposal and a faculty letter of recommendation. Find out more: http://www.undergradresearch.gatech.edu/pura

President's Undergraduate Research Awards (PURA) offer $1,500 (max.) salary awards to undergraduate students conducting research who are being mentored by a faculty member or GTRI scientist. Also, students whose research has been accepted for presentation at a professional conference may apply for u…

09/11/2014

The 10th Annual Georgia Tech Biotechnology Career Fair is today from 1-5 pm in the Molecular Science and Engineering Building! It's a great chance for students to network with recruiters!

Spring 2014 recruitment is underway! Visit Pioneer's website at http://thepioneer.gatech.edu/join-us/For more informatio...
01/18/2014
Join Us | Pioneer

Spring 2014 recruitment is underway! Visit Pioneer's website at http://thepioneer.gatech.edu/join-us/
For more information. Applications are due Moday January 20th, so don't delay!

Join Us Posted by Elysia Hwang on August 10, 2010Do you have a passion for writing, a flare for graphics design, or an eye for photography? You’re in luck! The Pioneer is looking for staff members starting this semester. If you have any questions or want to talk with a current staff member feel free...

12/20/2013

On behalf of the Pioneer, we would love to wish you all a happy holiday season!

09/25/2013

As of Tuesday, September 17th, the Georgia Institute of Technology has received some sad news: Pre-Health advisor Jennifer Kimble is leaving. Stating that she will move on to a role as the Director of Admissions at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Kimble’s last day at Georgia Tech was Monday, September 30th.
What does this mean for the Georgia Tech Pre-Health community? As of now, the students are in limbo. While no new hire has been made yet, we are certain of one thing: this department will be left in capable hands. Provisions have been made to avoid leaving students (especially those applying this cycle) without advising. Keywanne Hawkins ([email protected]) will take over the role of scheduling mock interviews. Kimble’s assistant, Emily Stephens ([email protected]), is more than happy to answer any pressing questions. In addition, Shannon Dobranski ([email protected]) will be handling the administrative side of the department.
From the bottom of our hearts, we wish Jennifer Kimble the best as she heads off to her new position! We’ll miss you!

Fall 2013 Recruitment ends in 37 minutes! Send those applications in before the deadline! thepioneer.gatech.edu/join-us/
08/30/2013
Join Us | Pioneer

Fall 2013 Recruitment ends in 37 minutes! Send those applications in before the deadline! thepioneer.gatech.edu/join-us/

Join Us Posted by Elysia Hwang on August 10, 2010Do you have a passion for writing, a flare for graphics design, or an eye for photography? You’re in luck! The Pioneer is looking for staff members starting this semester. If you have any questions or want to talk with a current staff member feel free...

Hey guys! Submit your That's So BME moments to the Pioneer for a spot in our August/September issue coming soon!  Submis...
07/26/2013
Pioneer

Hey guys! Submit your That's So BME moments to the Pioneer for a spot in our August/September issue coming soon! Submissions are on the right hand column of our website titled "THAT’S SO BME". http://thepioneer.gatech.edu/

“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” – Aldous Huxley The quote above applies quite literally – more so than…

07/22/2013
Pioneer Fall 2013 Interest

Become part of your Biotechnology community and keep up with the latest news on campus at GT and around the globe! Fill out this form to let us know you are interested in being part of the Pioneer family, so we can get in touch with you when the application cycle opens up in a few weeks! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1XwS5pt6L3627KkzS-TvnrTStvCoIFzPKjvIu4F2paEk/edit

Please excuse any inconsistencies or errors with our website as you get to know us. We are currently making some big, exciting changes to gear up for Fall 2013!

07/14/2013

The Pioneer's been charging up for a full throttle entry into Fall 2013! Send article ideas our way in the comments or to [email protected]. Help us create more content tailored to you and the rest of the Biomedical/Biotechnology community!

01/01/2013

Happy new year to all of our wonderful readers and contributors!

In the midst of the excitement for this Election Day, we would like to announce the arrival of our new November/December...
11/06/2012
November/December 2012 Pioneer Blast - BME Student Newsletter

In the midst of the excitement for this Election Day, we would like to announce the arrival of our new November/December Pioneer issue! Featured in this final issue of the semester are Dr. Gemmiti, Product Director for the Oral Regeneration department of Organogenesis, and Dr. Ross Ethier, the newest faculty BME member! Please go grab a copy in the Whitaker and IBB lobbies, or simply view the highlights from the issue by following here: http://t.co/uOba0v1n.

10/12/2012

Have a question about BME you want to ask upperclassmen? Go ahead and e-mail your questions to [email protected] and we will publish the answers in our next issue! And as always, you can like our page for more updates!

The Atlanta Pediatric Device Consortium (APDC) (http://pediatricdevicesatlanta.org/) recently announced the awards for t...
10/08/2012
Welcome | APDC

The Atlanta Pediatric Device Consortium (APDC) (http://pediatricdevicesatlanta.org/) recently announced the awards for the APDC Pediatric Device Competition. The APDC is an FDA-funded consortium and has a mission to improve the lives of children through the creation of novel pediatric medical devices. Awards went to the following:

-Ayanna M. Howard, PhD/Won Park/Giancarlo Valentin: Awarded for the development of an assistive input device for tablet accessibility for children with motor impairments.
-Gina Helms/Marilyn Wolf: Awarded for the production of a self-monitoring shunt for hydrocephaelus.
-Robert Arkin, JD/Mary Ann Ingram, PhD/Andrew Hardin of GTRI: Awarded for the development of a novel, continuous and contact-free infant monitoring system to predict and prevent postnatal cardiac and respiratory morbidity without the utilization of leads, cuffs, or electrodes that cause skin irritation.
-Erka Tyburski/Wilbur Lam, MD, PhD: Awarded for the creation of AnemoCheck, a point-of-care, patient-operated, self-contained, disposable test for anemia.
-Anna Fallon, PhD/Robert Matheny, MD: Awarded for the creation of the CorMatrix ECM flat aortic valve, which grows into native tissue.
-Amy Baxter, MD/Sampath Prahalad, MD: Awarded for the creation of the Buzzy, a dual vibrational cold-source device for the standard care of relief of juvenile idiopathic arthritis injections.
-Kathryn Waitzman, RN of Cnicus LLC/Brad Slaker: Awarded for the invention of the SurTube, an insurance for Enteral Care.
-Chris Hermann, PhD/Mike Schmitz, MD/Russell McCrory, MSEE GTRI/Barbara Boyan, PhD/Mark Holowka, MSPO, CPO of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta: Awarded for the creation of the smartBRACE, a compliance-monitoring scoliosis brace.

Congratulations to all!

The Atlanta Pediatric Device Consortium (APDC) is partially funded by the FDA Office of Orphan Projects Development and provides a national platform to translate ideas through the product development pathway all the way to commercialization. Our mission is to enhance the lives of children through th...

10/03/2012

Dear Pioneer Readers,

We are poised to release our newest October issue this Friday! Please grab and check out copies of the issue available in the Whitaker lobby and IBB lobby. The key stories include Dr. Yogonathan's Pritzker Lecturer Recognition at 2012 BMES Conference, Innovation in the Biomedical Field, and Journey of A Doctor. Most notably, our newest section "Fractures" lists what fellow BME students gotta say about our major!

Best Regards,
Pioneer

09/13/2012

We've started to get a couple of "That's So BME" in, one of which: "You might be a BME when the thought of explaining your GPA to medical schools gives you nightmares."

Have something to say? Fill out our "That's So BME" section on our site! :)

09/09/2012
http://www.career.gatech.edu/careerfair/pdf/Student%20Newspaper%202012_final.pdf

Get your business attire and resume ready for this week of career fairs!

For those of you looking for an internship or co-op, the Georgia Tech Career Fair will take place in the CRC on Monday and Tuesday, September 10th and 11th from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Then, on Thursday, September 13th, the Biotechnology Career Fair will be hosted in the MS&E Building from 1 - 5pm.

For more information, follow the links listed below. Best of luck for your job endeavors!

2012 GT Career Fair Guide
http://www.career.gatech.edu/careerfair/pdf/Student%20Newspaper%202012_final.pdf

2012 GT Biotechnology Career Fair Website
http://careerfair.bme.gatech.edu/

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