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Biomed engineering professor receives American Heart Association grant to study robot-aided stroke rehabilitation. About every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Many stroke survivors have lingering brain damage that makes motor tasks, such as...read more
As president of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Dawn Elliott will focus on education. Dawn Elliott, chair of the University of Delaware’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, has been elected president of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES). Founded in...read more
36 Intriguing Delawareans • Amira Idris Could a wearable vibrating device ease the phantom pain felt by people who have lost a limb? Amira Idris, a native of Nigeria who came to the University of Delaware thanks to an academic and track scholarship. is applying her UD...read more
Awards for undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni of UD BME department University of Delaware engineering students Sarah Peden, Marjelle Scheffers, Dylan Wergelis-Isaacson and Desik Somasundaram placed third in the Undergraduate Design Competition at the Summer...read more
Open Faculty Positions
Biomedical Engineering Faculty, Applied Biomaterials (Tenured/Tenure-track)
Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering (Continuing Track)
Biomedical engineering applies fundamental engineering principles to the study of biology, medicine and health.
Our undergraduate program provides a broad background in chemical, mechanical, materials science and electrical engineering, and it prepares students for careers in biomedical research with a quantitative engineering emphasis. It is also designed to provide students with sufficient coursework for advanced training at graduate, medical or physical therapy schools or in other allied health professions. Our graduate program builds upon the established biomedical research strength at the University and trains future generations of researchers and professionals who will play a key role in multi- and interdisciplinary teams that bridge the gap between engineering and the biological sciences.