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Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering MSE in Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering

MSE in Biomedical Engineering

Baltimore, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 56,313 *

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* $75 application fee

Introduction

Our students are practicing engineers from their first day on campus, solving real-world healthcare and engineering challenges through project-based learning. Our curriculum combines classroom instruction and research projects that allow you to specialize in one of six modern BME disciplines based on the pioneering discoveries of our faculty.

Working alongside our faculty and clinical collaborators, you will actively contribute to our mission of scientific discovery, innovation, and translational research that transforms medical practice and improves human health at scale.

About the Program

Spend one year specializing in advanced BME focus areas and solving real-world engineering problems related to human health and disease through project-based courses. Spend an optional second year conducting research with the world’s leading scientists, engineering, and clinicians in one of 3,000 laboratories throughout Johns Hopkins.

Program Highlights

Students can specialize in one of the following focus areas:

  • AI in Medicine (for medical trainees): over the course of two semesters, this focus area provides medical students, residents, and clinical fellows with the advanced training needed to think critically about topics in data science and to pursue careers in research or development.
  • Computational Medicine: this emerging discipline is devoted to the development of quantitative approaches for understanding the mechanisms, diagnosis, and treatment of human disease through applications of mathematics, engineering, and computational science.
  • Imaging & Medical Devices: Spanning mathematical fundamentals, physics of imaging technologies, device design and development based on clinical needs, and computational techniques for image processing and analysis.
  • Nueroengineering: the main focus of this area is to use engineering tools to modulate central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems function. This allows engineers to develop means and tools to define, control, enhance, or inhibit their function selectively, precisely, and in spatial and temporal domains.
  • Biomedical Data Science: this focus area provides an educational curriculum that trains students in how to solve problems such as understanding how massive biomedical data sets are best analyzed to discover new knowledge about the function of living systems in health and disease, and how this can be harnessed to provide improved, more affordable healthcare.
  • Genomics & Systems Biology: a discipline rooted in biomedical engineering that devotes advanced mathematical and modeling approaches to understanding how the multiple scales that make up the human body maintain health and contribute to disease.
  • Immunoengineering: apply engineering methods to quantitatively understand the immune system in clinically-relevant contexts to improve existing therapies and develop new ones.
  • Translational Cell & Tissue Engineering: this focus area provides students opportunities to work with faculty who specialize in areas that include biomaterials, bioreactors, gene, and drug delivery, immune engineering, regenerative medicine, and stem cell engineering.

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