Congratulations to the graduating class of 2016 here in the Undergraduate Program for Biomedical Engineering; where we strive elevate our students to be the best they can be to make the most change. More on undergraduate research in Biomedical Engineering. Undergraduate Research “Undergraduate (UG) research is an important component of today’s engineering education. Research experiences
Dr. Ann Beal Salamone, President of Rochal Industries LLP and Advisory Council Member of Biomedical Engineering at UTSA has been elected to the 2016 class of new members to the National Academy of Engineering for development of materials for biomedical applications, personal care, electronics and water purification. Congratulations to Dr. Salamone for her outstanding achievements!
Mirunalini Thirugnanasambandam is an aspiring biomedical engineer who hopes to save lives: Meet Mirunalini Thirugnanasambandam. After receiving her undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at Anna University in India and her master’s degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, Thirugnanasambandam decided to continue her education in the UTSA and UTHSCSA joint graduate program
BME Mission The Department of Biomedical Engineering is committed to providing a learning environment that encourages discovery and advancement for the betterment of its students and the community. Through its biomedical engineering educational programs, externally funded research and public service, the Department seeks to serve the professional training needs of San Antonio, south central Texas, and beyond. It is committed to developing well-rounded, competitive biomedical engineering professionals to support the University's mission.
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