New BMES Officers!

The BMES Officers for 2015-2016:


Melanie Rivas-Bustamante


Andrew Nguyen


Bre Brocklesby


Taylor Hickson

Corporate Liaison:

Holly Hendrickson


Farhan Rob

Grad Rep:

Romina Del Bosque

Freshman Rep:

Melghi Arasu

SEC Rep:

Evon Looper

SEC Rep:

Katelin Diguette

Social Chair:

Davis Denny

Social Chair:

Katie Tindel

Public Relations Chair:

Jessica Hanson


Kriti Swami

Mentorship Program Chair:

Esther Lee

Journal Club Chair:

Liana Polikatis

Staff Advisor:

Dr. Fidel Fernandez

Faculty Advisor:

Mr. Alan Brewer

Secondary/Grad: Advisor:

Staci Jessen

Co-Advisor/National Advisor:

Dr. Daniel Alge

BMES Meeting Monday 10/12 with Quest Medical

Quest Medical




We will be having a meeting with Quest Medical at 7:15 pm in the usual room: ETB 1034. Be sure to bring your resumes as Quest Medical has hired aggies in the past as well as sponsored senior design projects.

If you haven't RSVP'd already, be sure to to do so here.

To learn more about Quest Medical, be sure to visit their website.

If you haven't paid your dues yet, you can pay them at the meetings. Dues are $15. Cash or card will be accepted. Also, be sure to buy your BMEN t-shirt! You can also buy them at meetings or from Ms. Slusher in the BMES office on the 5th floor. They are also $15, or if you have paid your dues, $12. 

BMES Meeting Monday 10/5 with RBC Technologies

RBC Technologies



BMES will be having a meeting on Monday, October 5th with RBC Technologies. BMES has had a good relationship with RBC Technologies so please come out to learn more about them and support BMES as well! The meeting will take place in the usual room, ETB 1034, at 7:15 pm.

To learn more about RBC Technologies, check out their website.

If you haven't paid your dues yet, you can pay them at the meetings. Dues are $15. Cash or card will be accepted. Also, be sure to buy your BMEN t-shirt! You can also buy them at meetings or from Ms. Slusher in the BMES office on the 5th floor. They are also $15, or if you have paid your dues, $12. 

Please RSVP here for the meeting.

Medical Science 2015 Aggie Recruit Day


The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine MD/PhD program is hosting
the 2015 South Regional Meeting of the American Physician Scientists Association
(APSA), and we want you to be there! The day long meeting will include two keynote
speakers (Carolyn Cannon, MD/PhD and David Allis, PhD), breakout sessions with a
discussion specifically geared to undergraduates (getting into med school), a poster
session where meeting attendees are encouraged to present research, and most
importantly, free food from Kolache Rolf’s and Torchy’s Tacos!
We strongly encourage you to attend if you have any interest in biomedical research,
regardless of your interest in joining an MD/PhD program in the future. Additionally, if you
have performed research during your time as a student, they would be delighted to have
you as a participant in our poster session. They will have a faculty panel to judge the poster
session. In addition, of all the abstracts submitted for the poster session, they will select
two for 20 minute oral presentations. Starbucks gift cards will be awarded to oral
presenters and the top three posters.
Registration and meeting information is located here.
More information can be found by going to the ASPA South Regional Mtg Facebook or by contacting

BMES Meeting Monday 9/28 with NASA


Howdy! There will be a BMES Meeting on Monday, September 28th with NASA. They are bringing an actual robotic suit so make sure to come by to see it! The meeting will be at 7:15 pm in ETB 1034.


Please make sure to RSVP here.


Hope to see you all out there!

BMES Meeting Monday 9/21 with Noninvasix

Noninvasix Logo


Come out to the BMES Meeting next Monday, September 21st with Noninvasix! For more information about Noninvasix, check out their website. The meeting will start at 7:15 pm at ETB 1034. 


Please RSVP here. Hope to see you all there!

SEC Engineering Career Fair



The SEC Engineering Career Fair will be Tuesday, September 8th and Wednesday, September 9th from 9 am to 4 pm in Reed Arena. This is a great way to reach out to companies and land a potential internship. Be sure to prepare your resume and dress business casual! More information on the Career Fair can be found by going to the SEC website here.


Don't forget to come to the BMES Meeting with Alcon Tuesday night at 7 pm in ETB 1034! You can RSVP to that here.

Baylor Global Hackathon!

Hack-A-Thon Banner


To all BMES Students,


Are you interested in a fun/educational event specifically for medical, science, and engineering students? Then you might be interested in the first annual Baylor Global Hackathon! This will take place from Friday, September 19th to Saturday, September 20th. The objective of the event is to develop new solutions to recurring health challenges across the world. The program will involve creative approaches for third world country medical issues and other resource-barren areas. 

This year's challenge focuses on:

  • Surgical/Procedural Care
  • Women's Health
  • Emergency Response in Low Resource Settings

The winning teams will be given cash prizes as well as the opportunity to have their concepts funded for further development!

Hackathon will be discussed more at the first BMES informational meeting on August 31st. For more information as well as the registration link, click here.  The registration period is open now up until September 9th. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact the Baylor College of Medicine at or contact us at

Thanks! Looking forward to a great upcoming year!


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Creating An Account On This Website



Some of you have tried to create an account on this website, so you can post comments, create forum topics, or other actions. We have fixed a problem we were experiencing. Now, if you have paid your membership dues, you can create an account. Approval may take some time since we have to confirm your identity and membership status. Please fill in with accurate information; we cannot tell if you are a real person or not if you don't fill in ALL components of the application. You will receive an email stating if your account has been approved. Please realize that an account is not require if you just want to look at content :)

*****For those of you who have applied: you must apply again.

Thanks and Gig 'em!



P.S. If you are still having problems, be sure to let us know either at or at the next meeting.

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