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

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In Memoriam

Prof. Jim Machek was a valued colleague, mentor and friend. He will be deeply missed.

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Latest Research

Our faculty and students are building organs-on-chips to research ovarian cancer.

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Recent News

Dr. Akhilesh Gaharwar was named one of Texas A&M University’s 2021 Presidential Impact Fellows. Gaharwar researches at the interface of materials science, biomedical engineering and cell biology, and has developed new nanomaterials that have and will continue to shape the field of biomaterials.

Dr. Winston Marshall ’88, an interventional cardiologist with Baylor Scott and White, received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Marshall has spent his career helping those battling cardiovascular disease. He also helps support young entrepreneurial companies and gives back to the department.

Biomedical engineering junior Anita Sumali recently received the Thermo Fisher Scientific Antibody Scholarship, which recognizes students interested in pursuing careers in medicine and biology. Her goal after graduation is to attend medical school and become a physician.

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487 enrolled undergraduate students
171 enrolled graduate students