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Definition of Biomedical EngineeringBiomedical Engineering- They study how living things work. They do research and perform experiments to reconstruct robotic surgical instruments.
What a biomedical engineer does1) Design and test new materials, devices, and equipment;including programming electronics and trouble-shooting problems2) Research to solve clinical problems. They do hands-on and practical experiments that help people with disabilities live safely and independently3) Discussing and solving problems with manufacturing, quality, purchasing, and marketing department
Famous Biomedical EngineersYuan Cheng Fung: founder of the biomedical engineering department at UC, SD. He graduated from Cal Tech. He is famous for remolding tissue
She earned her BS and MS in mechanical, biomedical, and ceramic engineering from Washington University. She as a professor at Houston U and is a Nasa Astronaut
Projects being done at RutgersClinical methods development using ultra fast lasers for assessing cancer tissue viability.Clustering techniques for evaluating genomic and proteomic data
Professor at Rutgers UniversityStanley M. Dunn is a biomedical engineer and a professor. He finished working on three papers from 1999-2001. Stanley is currently working on two projects that are dealing with creating new methods in biomedical engineering.
Jobs that you can get with a degreeYou can be a.Biomedical scientist: deals with laboratory tests on human samplesClinical biochemist: develops methods of analysis and data interpretations of patient samples
*Work Hours: 9a.m.- 5p.m.*8 hour work day*Longer hours may be necessary at certain stages of a project*they work in either an office, laboratory, workshop, manufacturing plant, clinical, or other medical settings.*There is an approximate ratio of 60:40 male female
In 2002 Bio Medial Engineers, made around $60,410. 50% earned between $58,320 and $88,830. The lowest 10% earned less than $48,450. The highest 10% earned around $107,520.