Biomedical engineering is a discipline that combines knowledge in engineering, molecular and cellular biology, and medicine to improve human health and progress. In biomedical engineering, students and faculty work together extensively to build interdisciplinary knowledge and develop clinically translatable solutions for human health — from the design and development of artificial organs and devices for injury recovery to helping create advanced detection systems and refine medical imaging techniques and equipment. Students have gone on to take positions within academic institutions, the health care field and in industry.
Research and Education Programs
Dr. Emelianov works in Cellular and Molecular Imaging with specific interests in Biomedical Imaging; Contrast agents; Medical ultrasound; Molecular imaging; Therapeutics; Bionanotechnology; Photoacoustic imaging, Functional imaging, Multi-modal imaging; Microscopy; Elasticity Imaging.
Dell Pediatric Research Institute (DPRI)
The Dell Pediatric Research Institute is a state-of-the-art medical research facility designed to advance the understanding of childhood diseases and disorders. Research areas include pediatric and hormone-related cancers, childhood nutrition, metabolism and obesity prevention, neurodevelopmental disorders and birth defects.
Undergraduate Degree Plans and Requirements
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At a Glance
- $62k The average starting salary for a biomedical engineer is $62,420.