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The Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering is dedicated to delivering an extraordinary educational experience designed to empower the next generation of biomedical engineers, scientists and physicians. If you have a passion for learning and a desire to translate ideas into action—particularly those involving medical devices and health care technologies—let our faculty, staff and industry partners guide you on your journey. 

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Future of the Field

A Q&A with Mike Ahmad, director of clinical engineering in the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

In Spring 2023, the Opus College of Engineering welcomed Mike Ahmad to campus as the Opus College’s new director of clinical engineering, specifically to lead programs and initiatives for the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. Ahmad brings with him three decades of experience as a biomedical engineer and leader in the field of healthcare technology.

Ahmad currently leads the Opus College’s new Clinical Immersion in Medical Device Design certificate, and is collaborating with faculty, industry and clinical partners to imagine new educational offerings for professionals ...

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NEWS

Celebrating more than a major: Photos from Engineers Week 2024 (Marquette Today)

Joint Department faculty receive seed grants from AHW for promising new research

Alli Scarbrough—PhD Student from Biophotonics Lab—has paper featured on SPIE website

ZVAMC Biomedical Engineering and Neurosurgery Labs Announce Change in Leadership

Emeriti Faculty, Dr. Jack Winters, among top 2% of world’s most-cited scientists (Marquette Today)

Dr. Shashanka Rao wins poster award at MCW's CVC Research Retreat

Dr. Schmit, Dr. Hyngstrom and collaborators receive $3.2 million NIH R01 award to study muscle fatigue in stroke survivors (Marquette Today)

Go Baby Go!: OREC Engineers work to adapt motorized cars for children with special needs (Fox6 Milwaukee)

Dr. Guilherme Garcia's research featured on the FDA's Spotlight on CDER Science 

 

EVENTS

EMPLOYMENT

The MU-MCW BME Department is currently looking to fill research and faculty positions.  View all Open Positions

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