Leading education and research in biomedical engineering to improve human health

Biomedical engineering (BME) improves human health by combining physical, chemical, biological, and mathematical sciences with engineering principles to create solutions to a wide range of medical problems.

Biomedical engineers need a solid foundation in the biological sciences as well as a firm grasp of engineering principles and techniques to have access to interconnected engineering and medical resources.

At the medical research institute in September 2009, the biomedical engineering department was established to offer comprehensive education and research opportunities to students and industry interested in search of this topic.

At the department, biomedical engineering students are given the unique experience of being in a highly interdisciplinary department with diverse research opportunities and dynamic focus areas.

The department offers master programs within the framework of the medical research institute programs, establishing interests in biomedical instrumentation, biomedical signal and image processing and seeking to focus growth and excellence in these research areas as it grows.

The department actively coordinates and interfaces with other departments at the institute to facilitate automated and rapid detection and diagnosis of different diseases.

Biomedical engineering at our department has other goals: including, the use of the engineering simulation tools to better understand human physiology and disease.

BME graduates are a special brand of engineer.