Have questions regarding the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering? We are here to help!
Report a Problem
To benefit patients and the future of health care, the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering fosters collaboration with many industry leaders, including such innovators as GE Healthcare, Medtronic, Fresinius and many others.
These collaborations include:
Our industry partners value working with the Joint Department to advance research for their health care products and services while seeking biomedical engineering students and graduates to join their workforces as valued members of their organizations.
Our Partnership with GE Healthcare
In one of our most notable industry partnerships, Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, associate professor, and her students have worked with GE Healthcare to advance its CT imaging devices. These efforts have contributed to improved dose-reduction features and algorithms that improve the visualization of arteries in CT cardiac imaging.
Our Partnership with Direct Supply
In this partnership, Dr. Andrew Greene and his students worked with Direct Supply on a device that will assist physical therapy patients in performing critical exercises in their homes. Direct Supply, a Milwaukee-based company, used this project to encourage biomedical engineering interns to stay in the Milwaukee area, where Direct Supply works to provide them with the resources they need to turn their ideas into innovative medical solutions.
The Medical College of Wisconsin has a longstanding history of successfully partnering with funding from companies and other for-profit entities. Currently, more than 200 MCW faculty are performing research with companies and for-profits, with funds totaling more than $58 million.
You can learn more about internships and employment opportunities through our Industry Relations office, where industry partners post work opportunities, as well as job fairs and events relevant to students of the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering