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"The true value of graduates of Boise State's biomedical engineer doctorate program comes from research efforts, which often lead to increased research infrastructure, taking the resulting products or knowledge to market, followed by economic expansion and additional jobs."
The IMechE has said the appointment of chief biomedical engineers in NHS trusts could help save the National Health Service millions of pounds, as part of a new campaign to raise awareness of engineers working in the healthcare sector.
Nursing home seating for residents is on the edge of a breakthrough brought about by the innovative work of biomechanical and biomedical engineers. Using the results of the ongoing revolution in computers and computing power, they are, in the words of Clifford Gross, PhD, founder and CEO of Biomechanics Corporation of America (BCA), "turning the art of seating design into a science."
The benefits of hospitals having a designated chief biomedical engineer responsible for healthcare technology are clear."
Baker Jr., a physician and biomedical engineer at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, works with dendrimers, spherical polymer particles less than 5 nm in diameter.
As well as calling for the introduction of a chief biomedical engineer in every NHS acute trust, the report also highlighted what it saw as the problem of UK biomedical engineering research results being sold to international corporations for development and marketing, because of the lack of long-term domestic venture capital.
Biomedical Engineers use engineering principles to solve health related issues and medical problems.
Creating bone inside a person's own body is "a clever strategy," notes Eben Alsberg, a biomedical engineer at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
That's comparable in thickness to natural fibrinogen fibers in people's blood, says Bowlin, a biomedical engineer at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
Hung, a biomedical engineer at Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J.
DeWeerth, a biomedical engineer at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Watson, a biomedical engineer at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute in Bethesda, Md.

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