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Welcome to McGill Biomedical Engineering!

Discover the exciting field of Biomedical Engineering, where we apply principles from engineering, the physical sciences and computer science to medicine and the life sciences.

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Our Faculty

Our researchers are internationally recognized leaders in their fields:  from signals and systems,  biomaterials, biosensors, artificial cells, neuroimaging, proteomics, to personalized medicine.

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Using VR goggles to help diagnose concussions

Learn more about the work being done by Saccade Analytics (Mimi Galiana, chief scientific officer), inaugural winner of the Hakim Family Prize for Clinical Innovation as part of the McGill Clinical Innovation Competition (CLIC).

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Biomedical Engineering at McGill

We are the first Biomedical Engineering Department in Canada, and uphold a tradition of leadership and excellence. 

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Personalized Medicine

In the future, health care delivery will be tailored to your molecular profile. Developing technologies for establishing molecular portraits is one ongoing area of research.

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Biomedical Engineering

Welcome!  Biomedical engineering is a very broad, interdisciplinary field that combines the application of engineering, the physical sciences and computer science to medicine and the life sciences. We are the first Biomedical Engineering Department in Canada, and uphold a tradition of leadership and excellence.
 

Many Paths, Many Opportunities

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The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers an Undergraduate Minor, Certificate in Translational Biomedical Engineering, MEng or PhD, Postdoc and other research opportunities.
 

Biological & Biomedical Engineering (BBME)

The interfaculty graduate program in BBME brings together the Department of Bioengineering  (Faculty of Engineering) and the Department of Biomedical Engineering (Faculty of Medicine).
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In the News

Using VR goggles to help diagnose concussions

A new product heralded as a game changer in the diagnosis of concussions owes its existence to lab work done by Henrietta “Mimi” Galiana. Read more