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VIDEO: Biomedical engineers support Veteran care throughout VA

Michelle Baquie, one of the national biomedical engineers at VA, discussed engineering careers on our Talk About It Tuesday broadcast.

By |September 24th, 2021|Employment, VA Careers|Comments Off on VIDEO: Biomedical engineers support Veteran care throughout VA

Borne the Battle #256: Marine Veteran David Bonilla, Audio Engineer, Emmy Award Winning Foley Artist

On this episode of Borne the Battle, Marine Veteran David Bonilla talks about his military service and his journey to becoming an Emmy Award Winning foley artist and audio engineer.

By |September 20th, 2021|Borne the Battle podcast, Tanner Iskra|1 Comment

VA engineers help keep our hospitals running. Apply today!

Throughout VA, engineers are hard at work ensuring that our facilities and equipment are in top-notch shape for Veterans receiving health care. This month, as part of our celebration of VHA’s 75th anniversary, we’re turning the spotlight on this vital career field. With many Baby Boomers retiring, there are openings across the VA system for engineers in a variety of fields including general, biomedical, and [...]

By |August 3rd, 2021|Employment, VA Careers|Comments Off on VA engineers help keep our hospitals running. Apply today!

VA engineering research center’s newest invention: prosthetic hook mouse

It’s yet another example of ingenuity on the part of the Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL), a collaborative effort between the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System and the University of Pittsburgh. HERL researches, develops, and tests a variety of technologies, including wheelchairs, and uses 3D printers with advanced manufacturing to design and create prostheses and other assistive devices.

By |April 30th, 2021|Research|Comments Off on VA engineering research center’s newest invention: prosthetic hook mouse

Build a biomedical and clinical engineering career caring for Veterans as a VA health care technology management professional

Medical instrumentation plays a critical role in healthcare, but only when devices are fully functional, carefully calibrated and professionally operated. That’s why the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is headed to Cleveland from June 7-10, on a mission to find the health care technology management (HTM) specialists who make sure Veterans benefit from lifesaving diagnostic equipment. Attendees at the Association for the Advancement of [...]

By |May 31st, 2019|ChooseVA, VA Careers|1 Comment

#BorneTheBattle 45: Rory Cooper – Army Veteran, VA Research Engineer

Rory Cooper, a disabled Veteran, is going to talk to us about his service in the Army, his spinal cord injury, accommodations for people using wheelchairs, and his research that is benefiting those with similar disabilities.

By |August 25th, 2017|Borne the Battle podcast, Top Stories|3 Comments

VA research engineer, Army Veteran named finalist for prestigious public service award

Rory Cooper’s inventions are used by over one-quarter million people with disabilities, and research equipment he designed is being used in nearly 100 laboratories and training facilities around the world.

By |May 9th, 2017|Research, Top Stories, Vets Experience|Comments Off on VA research engineer, Army Veteran named finalist for prestigious public service award
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