Active research projects include orthopedic biomechanics, cryopreservation and anhydrous cell preservation, biocompatibility of new materials, tissue engineering, cryosurgery and microfluidic chips.
Depending on interest, graduate students with interests in bioengineering typically make primary course selections from the following list. For a complete listing of available courses, students are advised to consult the course delivery schedule.
- MEGR 7151/8151: Mechanics of the Human Locomotor System
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Biomedical Fluidics: Microfluidics and Brain Chips
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Biomedical Manufacturing
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Orthopedic Biomechanics
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Biological Thermodynamics