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Here’s what’s happening in Biomedical Engineering

Diagnosing and treating complex diseases are among the world's most significant long-term challenges. Biomedical engineers at Washington University in St. Louis work with world-renowned physicians and scientists to improve global quality of life.

Student Spotlight

Jennifer Sun, pursuing a PhD in biomedical engineering

I really enjoyed taking Dr. Michael Vahey's Molecular and Cellular Engineering course (and it was his first year teaching it!). I learned so much about vector design, immunotherapy, protein interaction and much more. The course is very informational and practical, without the burden of homework and tests.

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Academic Programs

The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the McKelvey School of Engineering offers students a quality, nationally ranked education at both the graduate and undergraduate level.

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Research

Our faculty and trainees are nationally recognized experts in their fields, including cancer, trauma and injury, immunological disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, and cardiovascular disease, we have worked to advance knowledge and new technologies to improve the global quality of life.

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BME by the numbers

21
Full-time faculty

 

No. 14
Graduate program ranking in U.S. News
 
95
Affiliate faculty members

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