The association is named after the Dutch scientist Willem Einthoven, who in 1924 became the first Dutchman to receive the Nobel Prize in Medicine for inventing the electrocardiograph (ECG). Our members are graduates from one of the (former) Master’s degree programs, and/or graduated PhD students, of the department of Biomedical Engineering.
Our alumni work in a wide variety of fields of expertise and companies, including industry, universities and hospitals. By building a network of BME alumni and organizing events, we provide a platform for our members to stay connected to each other and stay informed about developments in the field of biomedical engineering. In addition, we are actively involved in career development for the current generation of students of the department of BME. We work closely together with the department of Biomedical Engineering, and with Study Association Protagoras.Read more