Tapping the ‘wild collaboration’ within biomedical engineers

In most academic departments, cross-disciplinary collaboration is welcomed, but not required — considered more the professional icing than the cake.

Not so for biomedical engineering, a field where researchers define themselves by their direct connections to translational medicine and healthcare.…

Biomedical Engineering Fall Commencement

The Department of Biomedical Engineering cordially invites BME graduates, families and their guests to attend our Fall Commencement breakfast on Sunday, December 18th from 8:00am to 9:15am in the Engineering Centers Lobby.
RSVP by 12/9/16 via the link below.…

BME Undergraduate Design Poster Session Fall 2016

BME Design Logo

The Biomedical Engineering Department invites everyone to visit a poster session that includes demonstrations of prototype devices presented by biomedical engineering undergraduate students. This expo summarizes the 58 design projects that teams of biomedical engineering students are conducting for clients …

BME Ugly Sweater Bowling Night

GSA will be hosting an ugly sweater holiday bowling party at the Sett in Union South. Come join fellow BME graduate students, faculty members, and staff as we bowl the night away! The anticipated cost is $6/person. To get a …

Focus on new faculty: Younghyun Kim keeps medical implants safe and secure

Implantable medical devices such as pacemakers are becoming smarter and smarter—and that gives physicians and patients unprecedented capabilities to track and monitor their health.

But the computational capabilities of implanted devices also leaves them vulnerable to malicious attacks—and in such …

BME Seminar – Recent Advances in Clinical MRI

Jason Polzin, Ph.D.
General Manager, Applications and Workflow
General Electric Healthcare, Global Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Monday, September 12th

NOON to 1:00 pm

**The location has changed for the 2016-2017 School year. **
Room 1153 Mechanical Engineering …