The Biomedical Engineering Society at Washington University in St. Louis is a group of talented students interested in careers in biomedical sciences.

As an organization, we seek to promote professional development and help students discover and explore their academic and professional interests. We also hope to foster camaraderie within the biomedical engineering community and facilitate communication and networking opportunities between students, faculty and professors.

Learn more about the national Biomedical Engineering Society at



David Schuftan
Class of 2021
Major: Biomedical engineering


Brandon Rios
Vice president
Class of 2022
Major: Biomedical engineering


Rama Balasubramaniam
Class of 2021
Major: Biomedical engineering


Missy Pear
Class of 2022
Major: Biomedical engineering


Keshav Kailash
VP Outreach
Class of 2021
Major: Biomedical engineering


Sushruth Manchineella
VP Alumni relations
Class of 2023
Major: Biomedical engineering


Ben Davidorf
VP Publicity affairs
Class of 2022
Major: Biomedical engineering

Katherine Schreiber 

Katherine Schreiber
Faculty advisor


Fall 2020 Events

  • General Body Meeting and Career Center Workshop
    Come learn about what BMES has to offer and the programming planned for this semester. We will also have a member of the Career Center give a BME specific presentation.
  • First Year Mentorship Program
    We are looking for both mentors and mentees to sign up for this brand new program that will pair first year BME students with upperclassmen to learn some tips and have support in order to best navigate the BME major.
  • Professional Panel
    WashU BMES has invited recent alumni and professionals to talk about their experiences after graduation and their specific career path. Stop by to learn about what it's like to have a career in industry or research.

  • Course Recommendations
    Get recommendations on BME tier electives, humanities, social sciences before course registration.