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Do biomedical engineers work with medical physicist

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Breanna’s Answer

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Definitely a possibility to work with physicist, although a lot of the times my co-workers (other engineers), or myself have the knowledge base to get the problem figured out.
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The short answer is yes. Although it's not always necessary, but if anyone is going to implement a solution that involves applying principles of physics to a medical problem, a biomedical engineer is likely to be involved. Keep in mind how much knowledge territory these professions cover. Physics and engineering apply to just about every problem, and if either is involved in a particular medical issue, there will certainly be overlap. This sort of thing is just fascinating -- the purest form of adventure, I think.

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