Biomedical engineers design and develop products, systems and processes to improve human health
Our faculty and students focus on connecting engineering and technology with medicine. They create new approaches and tools for medical imaging, tissue engineering and repair, bioinstrumentation and biosensors, mechanobiology, robotics and prosthetics, computational medicine, systems genetics, and a wide variety of other applications.
If you are interested in working with a multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists and physicians to enhance the health and wellness of patients worldwide, biomedical engineering is the course of study for you.
TWO FACULTY POSITIONS:
Our department has two open faculty positions in the general areas of neural engineering and rehabilitation engineering. More details about these two positions can be found using the links below: