New GVSU Graduate-Level Degree Program Melds Engineering with Medicine-MIDDAY
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David Moore August 11, 2011 | WGVU
Grand Rapids continues to bolster its position in the field of health and medicine. Among the latest efforts is a new graduate level degree program in biomedical engineering at Grand Valley State University.
For the details, WGVU’s David Moore sat down with GVSU Engineering Department Professors John Farris and Samhita Rhodes, who tells WGVU it’s the first such offering of its kind in West Michigan.
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