Biomedical Engineering

 

MEET OUR FACULTY
 

In the Department of Biomedical Engineering, we make significant contributions in science and medicine that include new medical devices, biomaterials, clinical methods, and insight into how living organisms function. Our faculty are known for both their contributions to science and their shared passion for teaching and inspiring students to explore new ways to treat disease and keep people healthy.

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The department has been a leader in translational research and the creation and integration of new knowledge across a broad range of areas. 

The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers an undergraduate program (B.S) and graduate programs leading to Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biomedical Engineering.

Columbia BME Seminar Series 2021-2022

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is proud to host our annual weekly seminar series on the latest developments and research in Biomedical Engineering. More
Oct 05 2021
In the Media

Where Cancer Goes, We Follow

How engineers are working with biologists and oncologists to model the progression of cancer and uncover new treatments. More
Jun 24 2021 | Columbia News
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For the Brain, Timing Is Everything

Columbia Engineering/UCLA team is first to demonstrate that phase precession plays a significant role in the human brain, and links not only sequential More
May 11 2021 | By Holly Evarts | Image Credit By: Salman Ehtesham Qasim/Columbia Engineering
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Narratives of Discovery: Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic

Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic sat down for a discussion with narrative medicine writer, Rita Charon, to explore the artistry of her profession and research. More
Mar 24 2021 | Columbia Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research

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