MUSE Biomedical, a team of BME seniors who are developing medical devices focused on preventing opioid addictions, has been recognized by the Clinton Foundation and has been selected to join this year’s Clinton Global Initiative. The program will provide MUSE team with connections/further mentorship, Clinton Foundation topic experts, and access to new funding streams.
MUSE team members, BME students Tasneem Omar Essader, Goutam Kumar Gadiraju; Jennifer Jacober; Pradham Venkata Tanikella; Karthik Kaundinya are also invited to participate at the virtual meeting hosted by Bill and Chelsea Clinton this year. Former President Bill Clinton launched the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) in 2007 to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Congratulations to the MUSE team for this recognition! More information can be found here.