SHEILAH K.’s Avatar
SHEILAH K. May 09, 2016 511 views
Ashley L.’s Avatar
Ashley L. May 14, 2016 763 views

Is it worth pursuing pre-med for a biomedical engineer?

I will be studying biomedical engineering in college and I want to know whether it is worth going to med school later. #medicine #engineer #pre-med #biomedical-engineering...

#bio-engineering

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Lisa K. May 14, 2016 536 views

What are the best locations in the US for bioengineers or biomedical engineers?

I want to find a location where I would be happy to live as well as have a good job. #biomedical-engineer...

#bioengineering

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Kassidy T. May 16, 2016 683 views

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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Marcela M. May 17, 2016 638 views

Do you need to go to medical school if youre majoring in Biomedical Engineering?

I want to go into Biomedical engineering because I love technology and whats a better way to use it than to help others with it. But im wondering if you need to go to med school still because you are working with people. #medical-school...

#biomedical-engineer

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Amy Z. Aug 09, 2016 1015 views

What does business operations entail?

I was wondering what this...

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Jordan B. Oct 20, 2016 453 views

Is it possible for a student to become a doctor or research scientists and not have to participate in surgeries?

I am not confident that I will be mentally prepared for surgery, but I have always desired to become a doctor. I wonder if this is even possible if I I do not favor surgery? #doctor...

#data-science

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Jessica B. Oct 28, 2016 760 views

Are biodemical engineers highly needed in the STEM field?

I was looking at a few statistics online, and came across a few websites that listed stem careers in demand. Most of the are software developers , computer programmers and mechanical engineers. I'm a woman going into the biomedical engineering field and was concerned about all the hard work and...

#engineering #science #women-in-stem #biomedical-engineering #women-in-tech #math

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Ese B. Oct 29, 2016 547 views

As someone interested in building biomedical devices which would be better doing a major in Electrical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering?

I have wanted to be build medical devices in children's hospitals since I was 11 and as time has gone o my interest has expanded from initial just being fascinated in circuitry and wanting to focus on that side of medical devices to also having a love for coding. I know that I want to minor in...

#biomedical-engineering #computer-science #engineering #electrical-engineering

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Caitlyn V. Oct 31, 2016 571 views

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 #biomedical #biomedical-engineering #materials-science

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Katia D. Feb 19, 2017 630 views

Is it possible to do research as an undergrad with a major in biomedical engineering?

I'm still in high school, but I'm planning to pursue a career in the field of biomedical research. I was told that I would need to major in biomedical engineering to do so, but that I wouldn't be allowed to do any research. Is this true? And if so, what would be some majors in which I can do...

#science #medical-research #college-major #research #undergraduate #biomedical-engineering #biology #college

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Katia D. Feb 19, 2017 678 views

Is a PhD required to get a good job in the biomedical field?

This is a bit of a general question, but I'm interested in pursuing a career in biomedical engineering, research, or science. I've heard that there is much competition and that a lot of experience is required to get a job in this field. #research #biomedical-engineering #biomedical...

#science-phd #biomedical-engineer #medical-research #biomedical-science

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Mihai G. Feb 25, 2017 893 views

What are some skills needed to get into Data Science or Statistical Analysis

There is not substantial information out there for free on what it takes to start studying Statistical Analysis. Looking for what books to read that give a thorough understanding of the basics or a outline of the whole process. #finance #programming #data-science #data-analysis #data-mining...

#personal-development

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Jess W. Apr 02, 2017 705 views

Is it wise to study for a Masters when most of the jobs you are looking for requires only a Degree? How much more powerful is a Masters compared to a Degree?

I'm someone who is focused on lifelong learning, and I would prefer to stick to learning more about the world around me, rather than starting work so early and simply watch the money come in. Most adults tell me that once you see those digits in your banks account go up, very few would want to...

#investment-banking #investment-management #astronomy #medicine #university #computer-software #academic-advising #biomedical-engineering