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Note, however, that enrollment ended on Nov 07, 2017.
Emergency Room Medicine
Learn about the fast-paced field of Emergency Medicine from an ER doctor in your own neighborhood!
SpeakerMatt Bush, MD
The Unlimited Opportunities in the Nursing Profession
What you need to get a nursing degree, the many areas of nursing available, a day in the life of an ER nurse
SpeakerNancy Valant, RN
- 36years experience as a registered nurse
- Level 1 Trauma Unit
- Surgical ICU
- Plastic Surgery and Skincare
- Physical Rehabilitation
BSN, RN, CEN Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Automation and Driverless Cars
Dr. Poe will discuss how transportation engineers are using automation technology to design future cars and roads for the next generation of transportation.
SpeakerCHRISTOPHER POE, Ph.D., P.E.
- Over 30 years experience in transportation engineering, including academic research and private consulting
- Licensed professional engineer in Texas
- Previously Adjunct Professor at University of Texas Arlington and Lecturer at Penn State University
- Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University
- M.E. and B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University
Assistant Agency Director Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Digital Fabrication at the atomic scale
Digital information technology changed your world; digital fabrication at the atomic scale will change it again. I will explain how and why you should consider being an engineer.
SpeakerJohn Randall, Ph. D.
- I am a card carrying Nano-Nerd with a PhD from the University of Houston, 33 years of Industrial experience making really small things, and 29 US patents
- I have worked for MIT's Lincoln Laboratory (4 years), Texas Instruments (15 years with 2 years in Belgium), and Zyvex as CTO, VP, and Pres (15 years)
- Zyvex Labs has a plot to rule the world with Atom by Atom Manufacturing and is working to heal the blind (Human Trials in 2017)
- I am addicted to computer programming, robotics, and playing Alto Sax
- I love my wife and kids
President Zyvex Labs
General Discussion and Facts on Engineering; A Few Tips on Choosing a College; and What is Engineering School Like?
SpeakerLloyd Denman, P.E.
- Highland Park High School, Class of 1983; National Merit Commendee, Varsity Football
- Vanderbilt University, Class of 1987; Civil Engineering Degree, 2-year full academic scholarship; Fraternity member
- Southern Methodist University, Class of 1991; Master of Business Administration
- Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and California
Assistant Director of Engineering City of Dallas
Geology - A Fun Way to Make a Living
Come hear from a geologist about how you can make a fun and rewarding living, take interesting trips, and use science every day.
SpeakerKennen Schmitz, M.S., MBA
- BS and MS degrees in Geology from SMU and NIU
- Worked as a Petroleum Geologist in Southern Louisiana
- MBA from SMU
- Worked for a large Wall Street firm managing oil and gas investments
- Returned to Texas after experiencing first World Trade Center terrorist attack in 1993
- Active member of PCBC
Geologist President, Winfield Operating Company
Honey bee business. Bee removal. Pollination. Honey sales.
Owner - South Texas Apiaries LLC
Middle and High Scool Science Teacher - Orange Grove ISD Biology, AP Biology, 6th & 7th grade
Mud Engineer - Halliburton
Bs. Range and Wildlife Management - Texas A&M University Kingsville
M.Ed. Education Adminsitration - University of Texas at Arlington
Owner South Texas Apiaries LLC
Neuroimaging and the Treatment of Stroke
This session will introduce students to the educational and training pathways and day to day practice of a medical doctor specializing in the treatment of stroke.
SpeakerLee Pride, M.D.
- High School: McCallie School Chattanooga, TN 1981
- B.S. Biology University of the South Sewanee, TN 1985
- M.D. University of Alabama School of Medicine Birmingham, AL 1989
- Training:Internship: Internal Medicine 1989-1990
- University of North Carolina Residency: Neurology 1990-1993
- University of Texas Southwestern Dallas Residency: Radiology 1993-1997
- University of Texas Southwestern Dallas Fellowship: Neuroradiology 1997-1999
- Faculty University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 1999-Present
Neurointerventional Surgeon Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery, UT Southwestern Medical Center
New Advances in Surgery using the da Vinci Robotic System
New advances in robotic technology have allowed surgeons to perform, and patients to undergo difficult procedures in a minimally invasive way. Students will have an opportunity for a hands on experience with the da Vinci Surgical Robot.
SpeakerRichard Salter, MD
- Attended Abilene Christian University, graduated 1983
- Attended Texas Tech University Medical School, graduated 1988
- Internship and Residency at University of Kentucky, completed 1992
- Specialized practice in Ob-Gyn in Dallas for 18 years, started Advanced Ob-Gyn Associaites in 2008
- Main interest is in minimally invasive and advanced gynecologic surgery, utilizing the da Vinci surgical robotic system.
MD, Ob-Gyn Advanced Ob-Gyn Associates
Outbreak: Why You Really Can't Escape
I will describe recent local outbreaks and how it truly "takes a village" to prevent and respond to outbreaks of infectious diseases. Come learn about career options within the public health field.
SpeakerWendy Chung, MD
- Dallas County Health and Human Services, Chief Epidemiologist
- Pediatric Infectious Disease Physician
- BS—Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- MS—Harvard School of Public Health
- MD—University of Texas HSC, San Antonio
Chief Epidemiologist Dallas County Health and Human Services
Re-Designing the Nervous System
This talk will discuss new technologies being developed at UT Dallas to redesign and reorganize the human nervous system to treat neurological injury and disease.
SpeakerRobert Rennaker, Ph.D.
06/1988-06/19993 United States Marine Corps in 1988-1993; Deployed to Liberia, Desert Shield/Storm, and Yugoslavia. Awarded three meritorious masses, the Navy Good Conduct Medal, and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal 01/1998-06/2002 Whitaker Ph.D. Fellow Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 1997-2002 Arizona State University: BSE, MS, Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering 08/2002-05/2009 Assistant Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering & Center for Biomedical Engineering, University of Oklahoma 04/2009-Present Owner/CEO Vulintus, LLC 06/2009-08/2009 Associate Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering & Center for Biomedical Engineering, University of Oklahoma 08/2009-2014 Associate Professor, Neuroscience, Brain and Behavioral Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas 08/2009-2014 Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, Erik Johnson School of Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas 05/2012-Present Director of the Texas Biomedical Device Center, University of Texas at Dallas 06/2013-Present Department Head, Biomedical Engineering 08/2014-Present Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, Erik Johnson School of Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas 09/2014-Present Full Professor, Bioengineering, Erik Johnson School of Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas 09/2014-Present CEO Optokinetix
Executive Director of the Texas Biomedical Device Center, Head of Bioengineering, TI Distinguished Chair in Bioengineering UT Dallas
The Science of Performance Nutrition - On the field, in the classroom!
Discover the nutritional science behind human performance whether it's demonstrated in running faster on the court or scoring higher on the test.
- BS in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University
- MS Nutritional Science from Oklahoma University
- 28 years in fitness, nutrition and wellness
- dietitian for Cooper Clinic, Cooper Fitness Center, Cooper Corporate Solutions, etc. for >16 years
- Writer, media spokesperson, instructor, lecturer and marathoner!
Sports Dietitian MS, RDN, CSSD, LD Cooper Clinic