Research in Biomedical Engineering

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    Biomedical Engineering and Health Care Environments


Biomedical research in the college spans activities from basic science investigations in the laboratory with cell and tissue cultures and applications in animal models, to evaluations of devices in clinical environments. Biomedical activities and interest span the college, with every department represented and with individuals engaged in research that supports human health.

In addition to the research of the more than 50 faculty described here, the College of Engineering includes numerous faculty with a wealth of experience in science and technology who may have supportive roles in advancing biomedical research in utilizing advances in optics, materials science, bioprocess engineering, modeling, fluid mechanics, manufacturing, sensors, and many other areas.

Faculty (By Research Area)

Opportunities for students

Partners in biomedical research

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