Advances in Biomedical Engineering Today...
Better Healthcare Tomorrow

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is at the forefront of one of the most rewarding areas of engineering, applying the principles and methods of engineering to medicine, engaging in research and teaching. Our research and teaching are second to none; the advances we make today will be seen in medicine tomorrow. 

So if you want to improve healthcare, become a part of our team.

2017 Application Open for Assistant Professor (in vivo Magnetic Resonance Research)
 
2017 Application Open for Research Assistant for MRI Study

Department and Faculty Events

BME

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FOMD

  1. RAH GI Rounds

    "GI, Biologics and the Skin" Dr. Chris Keeling Objectives: • To highlight skin findings in GI Disease. • To review cutaneous adverse events with biologics in the treatment of GI diseases. • To know when to include dermatology in the care of GI patients on biologics. LOCATION: RAH Auditorium S-203-ATC

  2. Geriatric Grand Rounds

    "Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline" Katherine Lechelt, MD, FRCP(C) Associate Clinical Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine, University of Alberta & Kathy Packford, MSc, R.Aud, F.AAA Learning Objectives: • Review prevalence of age related hearing loss (ARHL) & cognitive decline • Discuss ARHL and cognitive relationship • Define audiologist's and MD's role with hearing loss • Review impact of aural interventions

  3. Alberta Respiratory Centre (ARC) Research Seminar Series

    "Lysozyme: a new class of mediator that produces cardiovascular collapse in septic shock" Steven Mink, MD Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, University of Manitoba, with appointments in the Sections of Critical Medicine and Respirology; cross-appointments in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology.

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