This programme aims to prepare specialists with advanced skills sought by the biomedical industries and establishments, including experimental and numerical techniques, computational modelling and in-depth understanding of engineering approaches to biological problems. The acquired knowledge and skills would enable you to participate in the advancement of knowledge and technology in this field. Case studies originating in practical medical and industrial problems are provided throughout the programme involving a range of clinical disciplines including orthopaedics, cardiovascular medicine, urology, radiology and rehabilitation.
The MSc in Biomedical Engineering is organised by a team of medical engineers within the School of Engineering and Materials Science, which has an internationally leading reputation in research, working closely with collaborators in Europe, US and Asia, on exciting research and development projects in this field. World-renowned specialists from the nationally leading Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry provide vital contributions to the programme.
This programme will:
- Give you extensive knowledge of computational solid and fluid mechanics with a focus on biomedical applications such as biomechanics, bio-fluids, tissue engineering.
- Provide an in-depth understanding of the underlying theoretical issues and the technology developments in biomedical areas.
- Teach advanced computational and theoretical apparatus and in-depth understanding of development cycle of novel biomedical technologies to allow you to be able to contribute in advanced design developments.
Why study your MSc in Biomedical Engineering at Queen Mary?
The School of Engineering and Materials Science (SEMS) undertakes high quality research in a wide range of areas. This research feeds into our teaching at all levels, helping us to develop very well qualified graduates with opportunities for employment both in many leading industries as well as in research. Both Engineering and Materials are very well established at Queen Mary, with the Aerospace Department being the first established in the UK. Our aerospace teaching programmes were ranked number two in the UK in the 2011 National Student Survey.
- This programme is taught by medical engineers who have an internationally leading reputation in research, and work closely with industry.
- The MSc in Biomedical Engineering may also appeal to clinicians interested in this exciting and rapidly developing area of medicine.
- The MSc provides the opportunity to be involved in internationally leading bioengineering research and to gain a valuable postgraduate qualification, both of which may aid career progression within medicine.
- Recent graduates from Medical Engineering work within the many different medical device companies.
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Last updated February 1, 2016