Designing a Career in Biomedical Engineering

There is no “one” path to a career in Biomedical Engineering — just as this important technical area is interdisciplinary, there are many ways to chart your academic career. Biomedical engineering is therefore a very large field and would take a gifted person several lifetimes to master just a few of the many disciplines. This brochure will assist you in understanding the field’s breadth, and help you focus in on what really interests you. The brochure describes many of the issues and topics that interest today’s biomedical engineers and will aid you in charting your future educational and career choices.

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