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Boise State launches new PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Students working in a laboratory
Students working in the Mechanical Adaptations Laboratory, one of several labs participating in the new PhD in Biomedical Engineering.

Boise State University is launching a new Ph.D. program in biomedical engineering! The program will officially start in fall 2019, and applications are being accepted until March 15.

Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field that applies engineering concepts to medicine and biology. This new doctoral program aims to produce researchers who can work seamlessly across disciplines to develop innovative solutions to improve human healthcare and well-being. The program currently has three specialized tracks of study: biomechanics, human performance, and mechanobiology.

The BME doctoral program was developed as a collaboration between Boise State’s College of Health Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, and Graduate College.

Image of Dr. Trevor Lujan

Read more about the BME doctorate at https://news.boisestate.edu/update/2019/01/14/boise-state-launches-idahos-first-doctoral-program-in-biomedical-engineering/

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