Research is at the center of the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Our mission is to improve health care by making scientific discoveries, solving problems, and advancing technology using quantitative methods. Our faculty, secondary faculty, adjunct faculty, and emeritus faculty have a productive and diverse research focus covering a wide range of topics.

Research Areas

Some of the examples of research conducted by the department include:

BIOMEDICAL IMAGING

Biomedical Imaging

BIOMEDICAL IMPLANTS & DEVICES

Biomedical Implants & Devices

CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

Cardiac Electrophysiology

TISSUE ENGINEERING & REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Mecicine

Research Facilities

Our faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students have access to state-of-the-art research facilities that result in a wide range of opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from not only across campus and around the world. We have facilities in:

SHELBY BUILDING

Shelby Building

HOEHN BUILDING

Hoehn Building

VOLKER HALL

Volker Hall