Official McMaster iBioMed Discord Server
September 25, 2022
Hey everyone, we hope you all are having a great start to the school year. We would like to officially introduce the McMaster iBioMed Discord Server! It serves as a place for you all to connect with your peers, upper-year mentors and society mentors on all things iBioMed. Additionally, we will be hosting a bunch of our fun online events in this Discord so don't miss out and join our Discord server! Join via the following link: Official iBioMed Discord Server
2022-2023 iBMS Election Results!
April 26, 2022
Thank you for everyone's participation in the iBioMed Society election this year! Providing your input helps us improve the iBMS and allow it to better serve its student body. Based on the election result, here are the 2022-2023 iBMS council members:
|Position||2022-2023 Position Holder|
|BME Co-President||Ansh Kuckreja|
|HESE Co-President||Lily Zhong|
|VP Academic||Kailin Chu|
|VP Events||Poonam Saha|
|VP External||Varun Jain|
|VP Finance||Wanqi (Anna) Chen|
|VP Marketing||Abby MacDonald|
|2nd Year Rep||Manvir Bhangu|
|3rd Year Rep||Huzafa Hyde|
|4th Year Rep||Bhavana Pereira|
|5th Year Rep||Albert Wang|
Who are We?
The iBioMed Society (iBMS) is a student-run, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the university experience of students enrolled in the Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences (IBEHS) program at McMaster University. Inaugurated in 2018 by its first cohort of first-year students, the iBioMed Society was built upon a foundation of integrity with a strong community in mind. By offering students a wide range of academic, professional and networking events, the iBMS aims to facilitate a sustainable community established on unity, collaboration, and acceptance. In doing so, the iBMS intends to craft a unique identity for the IBEHS program and student body, while strengthening its ties to both Engineering and Health Sciences communities at McMaster University. The iBMS is proud to serve the needs of its excellent student body while also encouraging it to develop meaningful connections all over campus and beyond.