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What do you do as a biomedical engineer?

I'm thinking about going into this field, but a vague idea of what they actually do. What is a typical workday like? Are there different types of biomedical engineers?...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Liliana R.
Anup Sareen | Professional What does a Biomedical Engineer do? A biomedical engineer will typically ...

What are the benefits for pursuing a degree in biological medicine?

As someone who is interested in the biomedical field, I would like to know the benefits that are included with the degree. It can pertain directly to knowledge or job opportunities....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Miranda M.
Mukesh Kamat | Technical Support Specialist at Dell What Does it Mean to Study Biology? For many students, the ...

In which stream i should select in higher studies to become a Biomedical engineer?

I want to become a Biomedical engineer. But, I couldn't know to select my stream in higher studies. Please tell me which stream could i select? #engineer...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Abdul Khallel A.
Andy Veeriah | HealthcareTechnology management, equipment planner, business process improvement, field ... Hi Abdul, The above link has alot of good information. One ...

. What education requirements, college degrees, licenses are needed for a person in bio-medicine?

It is something I have a great passion for and was curious to see what I would have to go through. #biology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Darlyn P.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays Depends on what you mean by person in biomedicine and what ...

Any “words of advice” from a person in the bio medical department?

It is a field I am quite interested in. #biology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Darlyn P.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays If you're interested in getting into the biomedical field then narrow ...

Is biomedical engineering a rewarding career

I plan on majoring in biomedical engineering #biomedical...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Adriana C.
Andy Veeriah | HealthcareTechnology management, equipment planner, business process improvement, field ... Hi Adriana, As of now and hopefully till the time you ...

What kind of interests should I have if I am looking into Biomedical Engineering and what kind of job market would I compete with?

I have researched several Engineering majors, but I have yet to completely grasp the concept of Biomedical Engineering. #engineering...

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Active Jul 27 '17 at 18:41

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Posted by Kenneth B.
Lindsay Johnson Chang | Vice President of Program Management at VOX Telehealth Biomedical Engineering jobs often design devices for healthcare, like orthopedic implants ...

As a Biomedical Engineer, do you typically spend more time working on the computer with models or programs or with prototypes and physical objects?

I am interested in pursuing a career in biomedical engineering and I wanted to know about this specific aspect of working in the field. #biomedical-engineering #biomedical...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Nathan C.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive There are various areas of bio-medical engineering but the link below ...

Is there a difference between a bio-medical engineer and bio medicine?

I am quite interested in biology and medicine and am just curious to see which would be the best fit for me and generally how they compare or contrast to each other. #biology #biomedical...

#biotech

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Darlyn P.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays biomedical engineering, like all engineering, needs lots of advanced math and ...

As someone who has a degree in biomedical engineering or works in the field, what types of jobs are available with the field becoming more and more popular daily and jobs becoming scarce?

I am currently a junior in high school considering biomedical engineering and want some more information for potential careers and general career advice. #biomedical-engineering #biotechnology...

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Active Apr 22 at 19:47

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Posted by Rhea K.

What types of careers branch out from biology?

I am a senior in high school and know for a fact I have a passion for biology but I am interested in knowing possibilities that follow that. #biology #biomedical...

#biologist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Darlyn P.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays There's biology and there's biomedical engineering and there's medical professionals. if ...

How do I become a leading expert in the field of Biomedical Engineering?

I'm a senior in high school and interested in Biomedical Engineering. I am also very interested in following a guideline to becoming a seasoned and well respected Biomedical Engineer. #biomedical-engineering #engineering...

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Active Mar 29 at 22:41

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Posted by John-Peter O.

As a biomedical Engieer, what new innovation in research is taking palce today that will impact the quality of life for someone with disabilities?

I would like to be a biomedical engineer. I designed a prototype prosthetic arm this summer. Besides the obvious, arms, legs, etc are there any new research for other types of medical disabilities. Are there any machines to detect cancer early? #mechanical-engineering #research...

#biomedical #electrical-engineering

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Active Jul 30 '17 at 17:49

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Posted by Chandler C.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hey Chandler! There are many innovations in the areas you are ...

What are some careers that involve both the science and medical fields but are more based in a lab setting?

Im asking because I am interested in the medical field and the science field and I want to know what types of careers involve these two fields #medicine #science #biomedical...

#laboratory

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Emily S.
Candace Bellamy | Singer/Songwriter at In My Lane Pathologist are physicians that spend much of their time in a ...

what are some colleges i should be looking at that has a good biomedical engineering program?

want to become a bio medical engineer. but is it a risky career? should i got into something else that would bring me into this field. im very interested in going into a major that has to deal with biology. - cells, genetics. etc #biology #biomedical-engineering #biomedical...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by precious R.
Dhanesh T | From Bangalore http://colleges.startclass.com/d/o/Bioengineering-and-Biomedical-Engineering

What types of products for biomedical engineers create?

I am thinking about becoming a biomedical engineer and I want to learn more about what this job entails. This has always seemed interesting to me and I want to learn more about this occupation. #biomedical-engineering #biomedical...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Cameron F.
Andy Veeriah | HealthcareTechnology management, equipment planner, business process improvement, field ... Hi Cameron, Check this following link https://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/mobile/biomedical-engineers.htm A quick answer is ...

What is the most complicated or most interesting design you have had to make as a biomedical engineer?

I want to learn more about the various types of products biomedical engineers create and the scope that these products reach. #biomedical-engineering #biomedical #biomedical-engineer...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Cameron F.
Sergio Davila | Biomedical Engineer My senior design project was creating a prototype device for a ...

How difficult is it to find a biomedical research job in the Silicon Valley?

I am planning to become a biomedical researcher, hopefully in California, and I'm aware that the bustle of the Silicon Valley companies provide lots of competition for finding a job. #biology #research...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Katia D.
Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Hi Katia, As a former Bay Area resident myself, I can ...

I'm debating between Biomedical Engineering and Dentistry. Would most of my core classes for either contribute to my decision for a major?

I've done well in all of my STEM classes. I'm leaning towards Engineering, but haven't quite decided. I've started considering Pre Dentistry to see where my interests take me. #engineering #biomedical #dentistry...

#dental

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Active Apr 08 at 22:15

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Posted by Christopher S.

I'm currently a senior in high school and plan to get a masters in Biomedical engineering. If i want to work in prosthetics, would mechanical engineering or materials science be a better undergrad degree?

I fell in love with engineering early on in my high school career but finding the right engineering field is a challenge. There are so many that appeal to me. I spent time at a biomedical engineering company over the summer and they are working on tissue regeneration and I found it fascinating,...

#mechanical-engineering #materials-science #biomedical #biomedical-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Caitlyn V.
Glenn Arche | Technical Lead, Mechanical Engineering at Otter Products I am big believer in passion. So the question is more ...

Can you pursue prosthesis under a biomechanics and a biomedical engineering degree?

I am interested in the relationship between biomechanical and a biomedical engineering program and how they contrast. #engineering #biomedical-engineering #biomedical #biomedical-engineer...

#biomechanics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Kassidy T.
Luis "Lou" Herrera | Principal Mechanical Engineer at Jabil Yes, but read the curriculum. Some schools biomedical engineering programs are ...

What different fields of work can I pursue with a degree in bio-medical engineering?

I am asking this because I am a senior in high school, about to graduate and am interested in bio-medical engineering but I am not completely sure the variety fields I can go into with this degree. #engineering #engineer #biomedical-engineering...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Kayla B.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below. http://www.worldwidelearn.com/online-education-guide/engineering/bioengineering-major.htm

I know that I want to be a health professional, but how do I narrow down to a specific health profession?

I have always enjoyed biomed and health, but I have no idea what health profession I should pursue. #doctor #nursing #pediatrician...

#biomedical

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Active Nov 24 '17 at 12:23

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Posted by Amy L.
Sanjay Balraju | Quality coach at Dell Hi how are you. I am certified as a "personal fitness ...

As an engineer or researcher, is it better to work for the federal government or private companies?

As a student who wishes to pursue a degree for biomedical engineering/biotechnology, I wanted to know which option is overall better? #career #money #biomedical #job-options...

#stability

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Troll M.
Harikrishna Patadiya | Mechanical Engineer at Therma Corporation I would say that both sectors, private and government, are good ...

My dream is to become an Astronaut and fly on the ISS. What are some routes and majors that will help me achieve my dream?

There are many different way to become a Astronaut, like through the military or engineering. However, I love the sciences and have always wanted to become a scientist and an astronomer. What are possible ways to reach the cosmos and travel to the ISS and beyond? #science #scientist #biomedical...

#astrophysics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:05

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Posted by Sophie T.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Sophie, The first step to being an astronaut is getting ...

What does being a Biomedical Engineer consist of?

I'm a freshman in high school and I love math, science, and anything STEM related. I'm not sure exactly what I want to do yet but multiple types of engineering keep popping up. I want to find out what Biomedical Engineers and any other engineering careers consist of when it comes to actually...

#engineering #petroleum #biomedical #biomedical-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Jeremy D.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays since you're a freshman you have plenty of decide which field ...

Are there biotechnology careers with the patients or general public?

I'm going to be a sophomore in highschool and I'm passionate about subjects such as Math, Biology, Chemistry, etc. I'm really intrigued by biotechnology and the biomedical field, but I'm unsure about going into careers such as a biomedical engineer since I've never really had any engineering...

#biotechnology #medical #hospital #biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Bao-Tien D.
Roshan Shah | Incoming GBS Consultant at IBM I am currently a senior bioengineering major in pursuit of going ...

What does it take to become a Biomedical Engineer

I'm a Sophomore at Academy for Software Engineering. I'm asking this question because I want to know what I need to accomplish in order to successfully get into this career. #college #professional #student #engineers...

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Sami F.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Sami! Here is a site that will tell you much ...

What is the most impactful project a bio-medical engineer can work on in their career?

I am still deciding on what career I would like to pursue. I want to do something that will leave an impact for others to benefit from, therefore I want more information if bio-medical engineering is for me. #engineer #biomedical #science #medical...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 07 at 22:04

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Posted by Mashal S.
MICHAEL BRAFF, MBA | Biomedical Engineering Manager Marshall, It would depend on what branch of BioMed you want ...

Is it valuable for a DVM to also have a Business degree?

I plan to go to school and major in biomedical science or animal science for my undergraduate and then go to Veterinary school. However, my parents have been encouraging me to also obtain a business degree. I am just wondering if vets believe this to be beneficial. #business #veterinarian...

#veterinary-medicine #biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Alexius P.
Luis Fernando Moreira | Product Development & Life Cycle Management Professional If you're planning on having your own Vet practice, it's definitely ...

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