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One of the most exciting aspects of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is the potential to advance your learning, problem-solving skills and engineering proficiency through exposure to engineering professors, industry mentors and faculty physicians who are working diligently to find solutions to modern health care challenges. Below, learn more about the research themes, clinical settings, centers, labs and research support you will have access to while studying Biomedical Engineering with Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
As a student in the Biomedical Engineering Department, you will have research opportunities and receive state-of-the-art engineering training in areas such as Biomechanics & Rehabilitation Bioengineering; Biomedical Imaging; Computational Systems Biology & Medicine; Medical Devices & Bioinstrumentation; Molecular, Cellular & Tissue Engineering; and Neural Engineering & Neurorehabilitation.
The Marquette-MCW Department of Biomedical Engineering features over 30 laboratories dedicated to cutting-edge research and ongoing student enrichment. Students in the department will receive hands-on training with world-class physicians while investigating real-world problems.
Students in the Marquette-MCW Department of Biomedical Engineering have tremendous opportunities to conduct research involving MCW clinical partner locations throughout the region. This exposure is second to none among biomedical engineering programs around the country, offering an amazing array of research opportunities in close proximity to your campus.
Both Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin offer supportive services for research and grant development. Students and collaborators of the Biomedical Engineering Department are invited to take advantage of both.