Biomedical engineering is a relatively new discipline that is up-and-coming. Modern technology has become an inextricable part of medicine and healthcare. That means there is a growing need on both the technological and the healthcare side for people with a grasp of increasingly complex biomedical problems.
Profile of the biomedical engineer
Biomedical engineers specialize in solving technological problems that require an understanding the functions of the human body. They combine the knowledge of the synthetic and analytic methods of physics and chemistry, computational methods of mathematics, and measurement and control systems of electrical engineering with a thorough medical and biological foundation.
Related master's tracks and programs
Master's program Medical Engineering
Master's track Medical Imaging and Modelling
Master's track Medical Imaging
Master's track Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
Master's track Biomechanics
Master's track Biomedical Imaging and Modelling
Master's track Chemical Biology, Materials and Nanomedicine
Master's track Regenerative Engineering
Master's track Regenerative Medicine and Technology
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