Engineering Better Health
Our department continues to evolve to match the accelerated pace of biomedical engineering developments. Our cutting-edge research programs span a wide range of new interdisciplinary engineering discoveries and biomedical applications. Today, biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve is poised for even greater growth as a leader in education, research, and translational research. The department has 22 primary faculty members based and jointly-appointed in the Case School of Engineering and the School of Medicine and over 60 associated faculty members. With strong initiatives in education and translational research, as well as aggressive faculty recruitment, the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University is positioning itself as a leader for many years to come.
|Announcing a new master's degree in Translational Health Technology|
Become a leader in translating biomedical engineering innovations into
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|BME Department Chair Search|
The department is currently conducting a search for a new chair.
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|CWRU Women selected for FORBES|
Christine Fleming, who earned both her master’s and doctoral degrees in biomedical engineering. From 2004 to 2009, Fleming worked toward her master’s and PhD at Case Western Reserve. As a graduate research assistant, she was a key contributor in the design and development of an imaging catheter that would allow surgeons to monitor treatment and visualize structures within the hearts of patients suffering from arrhythmias. Her research could help doctors treat irregular heart rhythms less invasively, the magazine’s writers noted. Fleming, now 29, graduated from Case Western Reserve in 2010 and currently is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University.
|September 6, 2012 - May 10, 2013|
EBME 611&612 Weekly Seminar Series
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