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New award supports BME junior faculty

New award supports BME junior faculty

Jason Gleghorn, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware, is the first recipient of the new Dr. Bernard Canavan Biomedical Engineering Early Career Faculty Research Award.

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ENGINEERING’S EMILY DAY EARNS NSF CAREER AWARD

ENGINEERING’S EMILY DAY EARNS NSF CAREER AWARD

Developing nanoscale materials to outsmart cancerous tumors Emily Day, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Career award to engineer membrane-wrapped nanoparticles for targeted...

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UD Biomedical Engineer Lands NSF CAREER Award

UD Biomedical Engineer Lands NSF CAREER Award

John Slater to build an in vitro model of microstroke John Slater, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Career award to develop a tissue-engineered model of ischemic...

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Gleghorn & Ogunnaike team study blood vessel formation

Gleghorn & Ogunnaike team study blood vessel formation

FIVE WIN SUPPORT FROM UD RESEARCH FOUNDATION Awards provide traction for promising research Five University of Delaware professors have won support for promising early-phase research projects in widely diverse areas. The new awards from the University of Delaware...

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Open Faculty Positions

Biomedical Engineering Faculty, Applied Biomaterials (Tenured/Tenure-track)

Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering (Continuing Track)

 

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CareerCast.com rated biomedical engineering in the top 10% of jobs, recognizing it as a career with a bright future.

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.

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