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Biomedical News

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

Senior Design Experience

Learn more about how seniors work with sponsors on projects aimed at designing and fabricating innovative medical devices.

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REDI Committee

The department strives to create respectful learning environments and promotes access and opportunity.

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Organ-on-a-chip research

Learn how we're developing new and improved ways to treat vascular diseases.

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Come learn about our various undergraduate and graduate program offerings, and how to apply.

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

Academic advisors are the very best source of current information on degree programs offered by the college of engineering.

Recent News

Dr. Shreya Raghavan is developing new ways to use regenerative medicine to understand and more effectively treat gastrointestinal diseases, such as Gulf War Illness, a multi-symptom illness that impacts an estimated 25% to 35% of veterans from the Gulf War.

Dr. Isaac Adjei and his lab focus much of their research on treating late-stage cancer patients. To improve the efficacy of immunotherapies, the team uses nanoparticles to try and change the environment inside a tumor to give the immune cells the upper hand.

For their senior capstone project, a team of six biomedical engineering students took on the challenge of developing a new kind of pump to help drain excess cerebrospinal fluid. Their project benefited clinicians at Texas Children's Hospital.

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496 enrolled undergraduate students
159 enrolled graduate students