Are you a Ryerson student with the passion to design a solution for a real-life healthcare problem with a doctor at St. Michael’s Hospital? If so, apply to the Biomedical Zone’s Co-Development Lab program to obtain an opportunity to develop the necessary professional skills (both technical and non-technical) for your future career.
Together with the St. Michael’s IT department, the Biomedical Zone is launching a new cohort this fall that aims to improve the accuracy of self-reported patient medication information. We are now accepting applications from students in biomedical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science.
Students that volunteer in the Co-Development lab will gain the opportunity to work directly with clinicians in the hospital setting, receive credits towards their Professional Engineering designation, and work side by side with designers, programmers, business experts, and more.
To apply for the Spring Cohort, please fill out one of the forms below that are applicable for your corresponding program (Biomedical & Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Business Technology Management).