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Alicia324 views

As a senior in high school, what should be my first step this summer if i'm trying to be a biomedical scientest or engineer? #Spring24?

Steps for college major

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Eldana348 views

Is biomedical engineering a field that is worth going with?

I've been thinking about biomedical engineering, but it seems to be a broad topic. What exactly is it? Are there any good Jobs that go with biomedical engineering?

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Myrick402 views

If I'm Certain of a College Major and Career path should I ask professionals who studied the major or work in the Career path I'm interested in questions about what it's like and what I need to do to get there?

I'm a Sophomore Student in High-School I'm interested in Biomedical Engineering I'm starting to look at College that suit my needs and major

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Myrick498 views

How do I prepare myself for the career I'm interested in?

I want to be prepared for a career in engineering I'm interested in Biomedical Engineering but don't know how to prepare myself to become a Biomedical Engineer.

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What are things I can start doing now as a sophomore in High School to help get into the college I want to for Biomedical Engineering.

I have decided through a lot of experimenting and classes that I want to go into Biomedical Engineering. Colleges I was looking at included Cal Poly SLO, MIT, and Stanford.

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Neil501 views

Question about exposure in the field of biomedical engineering

Hi! I am a sophomore at Poolesville High School (magnet school) who is interested in a biomedical career path (still not certain). I was wondering how I can get more exposure in the field--in terms of lab work, research, hands on work, etc.?

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Elena1526 views

Would it be impractical to major in biomedical engineering if I intended to go to med school?

I'm a senior in highschool, and I'm very interested in tech, engineering, and medicine! I would love to go into the medical field, and I don't know the best way to do that for me.

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Adrienne254 views

What are the best colleges with medical programs? (Taking into account affordability, uniqueness, everything else)

I plan on becoming a medical scientist (or biomedical). I've taken honors biology and honors chemistry and science is my best subject. I plan on majoring in bio.

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Are online courses worth the time?

I'm going to be doing Bsc Biomedical Science in the fall as a freshman. It's a pretty vast field and it's not known to be very prospective right after an undergrad degree. I am planning to do a post-grad degree but I heard online courses in important fields like business and computer science would give me a little edge, job-wise. Is that true? Will they be considered as serious courses (considering I pay for the certificates of course)?

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What is the biomedical engineering field like? Does it stand out from other fields in engineering? What types of engineering are used in this field? Who would you suggest pursue this field?

I know the medical industry has a good pay in comparison to other occupations of interest, so that is one reason why I’m asking about this. I don’t know much about the field, and I’m curious to know more.

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Aidan390 views

How important is the college I attend in determining my entrance into the workforce and initial success?

Specifically for bio and pre-med?

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Meghana623 views

What majors and minors are most beneficial for research in biomedical science field?

I am just exploring what majors I can do in college. Currently a rising senior.

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Kennedy339 views

What courses are best to take for the biomedical field?

I am a freshman in high school and looking to take classes best suited for my future. I am hoping to be a biomedical engineer or in the biotech feild working with cells. I am hoping to go to NCSU. Currently my favorite class in school is biology so I am wanting more classes like that.

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What does the future of Biomedical Engineering look like?

This is part of our professionals series, where we ask professionals what they think students should know

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What technical skills should I learn to improve my career as a biomedical engineer?

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Kiana653 views

As a master's student in biomedical engineering, I want to know the best areas to begin my career and develop my skills. I am curious about which concentration areas are recommended by professionals, particularly for recent graduates who want to focus on biomedical product engineering. Is it possible to find a job without work experience, and which skills should I improve to increase my chances of getting hired??

As a master's student in biomedical engineering, I want to know the best areas to begin my career and develop my skills. I am curious about which concentration areas are recommended by professionals, particularly for recent graduates who want to focus on biomedical product engineering. Is it possible to find a job without work experience, and which skills should I improve to increase my chances of getting hired?

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Kaylie405 views

Would it be possible to balance med school and reptiles?

I have 2 reptiles as of right now, but I’m not sure if i can keep them and balance med school.

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Meghana931 views

Is it recommended to major in biomedical sci and minor in comp sci or vice versa for biotech or biomed research fields?

I currently have no background in comp sci as junior in high school.

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Li418 views

is there a way to try out for biostatistic?

I think I want to be a biostatistician, I wonder if there's online class/ program/ book or anything I could read or try out for a while? background information: I graduated from biomedical science (BS) back in May 2022, my school is just a generic state school ( University of Akron located at Akron, Ohio ). During the last few semester of my program I found out I was interested in biostatistic, but I never got to take the biostatistic class due to faculty layoff. However, I did toke statistic for engineer class, and I did ok in the class. thank you for your advice!

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Erick398 views

How to obtain enough experience and develop my skills in order to be able to get biologist license in USA as foreign student?

Always happy to make contact with professional in my majors Thank you so much any advice is greatly appreciate

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Erick516 views

Education requirements for being a bioengineer

What kind of education requirements would you need for becoming a bioengineer?

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Meghana496 views

Is doing a job while doing a master's or Phd hectic? Especially if studying biomedical sciences.

I am interest in biomedical research, so I am planning on doing a biomedical science major. After that, I would like to start earning but also pursue higher studies. I just wanted to find how working as a researcher and a masters/Phd student would work.

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Meghana491 views

Which careers can I go to, if I decide not to go to medical school, with a biomedical science major?

Currently, I am in high school. I just wanted to explore my options in undergraduate.

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what classes should i take in hs if I want to major in bio-med?

I'm currently a freshman taking all the basic classes. I want to become in a bio-med major, what are some good classes to take in hs to prepare myself?

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Aedan481 views

what is the future advancements for stem cell research?

What are the future advancements to be made with the stem cells?

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Freddie860 views

How exactly should I choose a career in STEM?

Being in STEM is something that I would love to do however, I am not sure exactly what career I want. I know I want to do something that can help people, possibly work with machinery, and have a really good pay. I hate working in teams and I would rather meet up with people initially to discuss plans and then do my work independently. But, engineering does do a lot of team work so I really need to learn how to be efficient with my time. I have been in multiple STEM programs but one of my favorite projects were creating prosthetic limbs and designing mechanical parts and research. So, I am interested in biomedical engineering but, I am also interested in aerospace. Growing up, I never really had much of an interest in planes but I really like learning about space and different theories or possibilities of what the world can look like billion years from now. I have other interests in career choices such as mechatronics, cyber security, and mechanical engineering. I have talked to other people of how exactly should I choose my career but they would always tell me to, ¨follow your passion¨. But here´s the thing... I don´t have a passion! How exactly can I even choose the right career for me when I don´t have passion and I just like STEM?

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Elijah689 views

Biomedical Engineers how did you get where you are?

I'm just curious as to what you did to get where you are.

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Elijah718 views

Biomedical Engineers: What would you say an average week is like?

I'm curious about the field and was wondering what the average work week looks like.

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Miracle753 views

What career in biomedical engineering can you work with patients?

#engineering #engineer #rehabilitation engineering #biomedical #biomedical-engineering

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Oluomachi1071 views

What do you like/dislike about being a biomedical engineer?

I plan on majoring in BME and hope to have that as a career. So I'm curious as to what it is like working as a certified engineer. To add on, I have some experience coming up with solutions and models, but I never got to build anything due to covid. #biomedical-engineering #biomedical #women-in-stem #engineer #engineering #STEM

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