USAC Colloquium: Brittany Coats, Ph.D., Oct. 27, 2016, 11:00 am
October 20, 2016
- Do you have questions about graduate school?
- Do you have questions about jobs after graduation?
- Do you want to know more about options after undergraduate studies?
Come join department members for the ME Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee Colloquium series of the 2016-2017 school year! Featured professors will present their research to allow students a chance to view the novel work the mechanical engineering department is producing, and to give students an opportunity to explore and expand their own research interests. After the presentation, lecturing professors along with a grad student panel, new faculty researchers, and representatives from the undergraduate and graduate programs will take part in a diverse Q&A panel to answer students’ questions about graduate studies, emphases and certificate options, research opportunities, departmental employment opportunities, career advice, and other general questions about the department. Light refreshments will be provided, but feel free to eat lunch with us during the presentation!
Prof. Brittany Coats | Thurs., Oct. 27 | 11:00 am | L104 WEB
Dr. Brittany Coats graduated from the University of Utah’s Department of Mechanical Engineering with a B.S., and from the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) with a Ph.D., in Bioengineering. Dr. Coats’ primary research focus as head of the Developmental Brain Injury Biomechanics Laboratory is exploring the microscopic and macroscopic structure of the head and eye at different stages of development, and using that knowledge to predict, diagnose, or prevent injury. Her research crosses the boundaries of several fields, and as a result, she has affiliated appointments in bioengineering, Pediatrics, and Ophthalmology, and Visual Sciences in addition to her primary appointment in Mechanical Engineering.