Applications For 2017 Devicelab Biomedical Engineering Scholarship Now Being Accepted

Applications for 2017 DeviceLab Biomedical Engineering Scholarship Now Being Accepted

Deadline for $1000 Bioengineering Scholarship is August 15, 2017

Scholarship Focus Concept on a Futuristic Abstract Background


ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., May 25—DeviceLab Inc., an Orange County medical device design and manufacturing company, today announced it is accepting applications for its 2017 DeviceLab Biomedical Engineering Scholarship.


Open to undergraduate and graduate bioengineering students at accredited U.S. colleges and universities, applications are now being accepted for the $1000 scholarship that will be awarded on September 1, 2017. All applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. PT on August 15, 2017.


Among other criteria (available on the company’s Website) that will be reviewed by DeviceLab, applicants are asked to submit a 1,500-word essay that answers:

  • What are the innovations in mHealth and wireless medical devices in the last three years?
  • What are the trends for innovations for mHealth and wearable medical devices in the next three years?
  • What will be your contribution to this industry?

This is the second year DeviceLab is offering its scholarship program, which was created to both encourage and reward medical device engineering students pursuing educations that may lead to a better world, said DeviceLab founder and CEO Dac Vu.


“As a company specializing in medical device engineering, DeviceLab is always eager to support the next generation of talent in our field,” said Vu.


Last year’s scholarship winner was Jacqueline E. Baidoo, a 3+2 dual-degree engineering program at Xavier University of Louisiana that had recently been accepted to the Georgia Institute of Technology’s chemical engineering program.


For more information about application requirements and instructions, please visit



About DeviceLab

DeviceLab is an ISO-13485 certified medical device development company that has completed more than 100 medical device design projects of varying complexity—including medical device software development and wireless medical device design services for the newest breeds of medical IoT, mHealth and medical wearables.


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