Biomedical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

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Research Overview

Synergy

Research of Biomedical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University is built upon interdisciplinary synergistic interactions, driven by Carnegie Mellon's strong collaborative culture. The structure may be best depicted as interconneted nodes and spokes.

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Network Biosensors Biopolymers & Nanotechnology Tissue Engineering Cell Mechanics Drug Delivery Microfabrication Cardiovascular Devices Surgical Engineering Bioimaging Neural Computation Medical Imaging Biomaterials Tissue Engineering Signals & Imaging Medical Devices

Balance

Research of Biomedical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University displays a fine balance between upstream science/technology and downstream translation/applications, and between computational and experimental approaches. Research in basic science and technology further emphasizes readily "translatable" areas to allow direct impact on human health.

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Research of BME displays a balance between basic science/technology and applications, and between computational and experimental approaches.
BME research in basic science and technology emphasizes readily translatable areas to allow direct impact on human health.
BME research at Carnegie Mellon is built upon collaborative, synergistic interactions.
The collaborative culture of Carnegie Mellon University is highly conducive to a networked research structure.