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We are producing the next generation of biomedical engineers and working to develop new technologies.

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The BME@TAMU Annual Research Symposium highlights faculty and student research from a variety of technical backgrounds.

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The department is home to more than 400 undergraduate students and more than 100 graduate students.

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Recent News

Cindy Haven ’79 received the 2020 Outstanding Alumni Award from the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Haven, now retired, spent the majority of her career leading innovative, biologically based programs at NASA, including the Human Research Facility.

Dr. Vanderlei Bagnato is testing a new cleaning method that may stop bacteria from spreading within endotracheal tubes, reducing the risk of patients getting hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia.

Dr. Tanmay Lele has been named Unocal Professor in the biomedical and chemical engineering departments. The professorship, awarded by the Texas A&M College of Engineering, is in recognition of Lele’s exceptional record as a researcher and educator.


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496 enrolled undergraduate students
159 enrolled graduate students