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Welcome to Biomedical Engineering

Create, Strengthen, Solve

About BME

Biomedical engineers utilize the principles of engineering and biology to solve problems and develop systems, devices and products that can be used to improve our quality of life.  As a biomedical engineer, you could be involved in designing the latest artificial organs and joints, creating devices to detect and treat disease, or developing synthetic skin and bone grafts.  Biomedical engineering (BME) is one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines – with very promising job prospects. Biomedical engineers typically work in the industry, academia, research facilities or government agencies.

Potential Employment and Research Opportunities include:

  • Tissue regenerations
  • Biocompatible implants and prostheses
  • Diagnose devices
  • Therapeutic devices
  • Imaging
  • Drug deliver
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Mission

The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBME) program is to produce graduates of superior technical, professional, and scientific background in biomedical engineering who can perform effectively and embrace education as a lifelong endeavor.


Vision

The Biomedical Engineering program seeks to graduate students who are prepared to pursue meaningful careers and make significant contributions to the biomedical field. 


Program Objectives:

Students obtaining the B.S. in BME from ASU will be expected to have:biomedical

The ability to understand the problem, thinking critically and solving it by applying the knowledge of mathematics, engineering and biology.

The knowledge and ability to design biomedical devices or processes for realistic requirements and working smartly within economical as well as ethical boundaries.

The capability to design and conduct experiments, further analyzing and interpreting data for application based outcome.

The ability to function independently as well as working as efficient member of multidisciplinary team.

Exhibit professional and ethical responsibilities.

The capability to communicate efficiently about their work through oral presentations and excellent writing skills.

Exhibit and aptitude towards recognizing contemporary issues and working on it for the betterment of Society and global wellbeing.

Demonstrate recognition of need of lifelong learning and impact of biomedical engineering as tool for day to day life.

The ability to use the modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice and interface between engineering and medicine.

The skill to work on issues related to, interaction between living and non-living materials and systems.

Be a part of innovative and meaningful research experience, contributing to the advancement of the Biomedical engineering field.

Exhibit leadership qualities enhanced by being a part of professional society, project teams and student organizations.

Our Staff

 

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 Dr. Derrick Dean, Director               Professor of Biomedical Engineering         Email:  ddean@alasu.edu                    Phone:  334-604-9314

                       


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Dr. Manu Sebastian Mannoor                                                                                                    Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering                                                                    Email:  msmannoor@alasu.edu                                                                                                  Phone:  334-604-8424

 

Ms. Marilyn Thornton                                                                                                                                                  Program Specialist                                                                                                                                                                  Email:  mthornton@alasu.edu                                                                                                                                        Phone:  334-604-9152

 

Outside the classroom, undergraduate gain real-world experience through research, industry internships and practical experiences.  As early as the first year, students begin to explore BME research labs, and by the fourth year, they are performing cutting-edge and often publishable research work.  This experiential learning will prove invaluable as students seek employment and/or graduate and professional school admission.  Programs such as industry internships and co-ops will provide opportunities for students to apply their knowledge to solving real-world problems.

Potential Employment and Research Opportunities include:
· Tissue regenerations
· Biocompatible implants and prostheses
· Diagnose devices
· Therapeutic devices
· Imaging
· Drug deliver