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What educational preparation would you recommend for someone who wants to advance in this field?

I’m a senior at Brennan high school interested in biomedical engineering. Currently enrolled in robotics 2 and various science courses.

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Omar’s Answer

Hi Matthew, Biomedical engineering is really fast growing advanced industry, speaking about Robotics you can read this article about future of robotics :https://www.bcg.com/publications/2019/advanced-robotics-factory-future.aspx


For the Biomedical engineering, I would suggest having a look into these resources:

https://www.shortcoursesportal.com/disciplines/30/bio-biomedical-engineering.html

https://academicearth.org/biomedical-engineering/

Omar recommends the following next steps:

have a look into the attached resources
brainstorming session about where are you and where you want to go
applying SWOT analysis for your skills (Strength, weakness, opportunity, threats)
write an action plan breaking down how you could reach the level you want in easy simple ways
stick to your plan whatever plain it seems and check on weekly basis your progress

Thank you very much I appreciate the time you took to help me. Matthew R.

You're welcome Matthew. we should hack the knowledge and share it with other passionate people. Omar Yussry

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Tyler’s Answer

There are multiple ways you can enter and advance in the field of biomedical engineering. First, I would recommend getting a degree in engineering to enter this field. It does not have to be a biomedical engineering major. We accept most engineering disciplines that relate to our products, (i.e. mechanical, electrical, computer science, software and robotics to name a few). I would recommend getting a base knowledge in anatomy and physiology so that you can understand the human body.

In order to excel within a engineering major make sure you take calculus, physics, chemistry, biology and robotics are great entry level courses you can take in high school and will prepare you for any of the engineering disciplines. Once you are in college try to get a research position or a internship. This will help you prepare for what direction you would like to go. You could go into research or industry depending on what your interests are.

Tyler recommends the following next steps:

Take a calculus, physics, chemistry, anatomy, physiology, biology or robotics course
Try and get a research position or a internship
Try and maintain a high GPA within you major
Consider graduate school for more advanced studies.

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Matthew’s Answer

get your math understanding up to 1850.

Matthew recommends the following next steps:

Know what quaternions are and why they are useful.
Be able to grasp Hamiltonian dynamics.
If you want a distinctive edge, learn Geometric Algebra and how to use related s/w libraries
Master basic electrical theory.

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