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UTSA  |  UT HEALTH GRADUATE PROGRAM IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Engineering the Future of Medicine

The UTSA | UT-Health Joint Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering merges the strengths of UT Health's clinical and bioscience researchers with the excellence in engineering, artificial intelligence, life sciences and biomaterials at UTSA to pioneer solutions to cutting edge problems in medicine and health. 

>200 faculty across four departments are members of the program. Core research disciplines include::​

  • Biomaterials

  • Biomedical data science & AI

  • Computational & systems biology

  • Human Performance

  • Imaging

  • Precision Medicine

  • Regenerative medicine & tissue engineering

  • Neuroengineering & neurodevelopmental biology

  • Vascular biology

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APPLYING TO THE UTSA | UT HEALTH JOINT PROGRAM IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Engineer your Future

Join a dynamic, creative, ambitious group of researchers focused on solving biomedicine's toughest problems. Emerging as one of the leading young research programs in the United States, the transformative research experiences offered through the UTSA | UT Health Joint Graduate Group in Biomedical Engineering provide an exciting environment to launch your graduate career. 

 

CONTACT US

Applied Engineering & Technology Building, 1 UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249, USA

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210-458-7084

Marcus Webster, Academic Program Coordinator, UT Health

websterM@uthscsa.edu

Corina Menier, Sr. Administrative Associate, UTSA

corina.menier@utsa.edu

 
 

Events & Seminars

  • Dr. Melissa Kemp (Georgia Tech, BME) presents
    Fri, Sep 25
    BME Seminar Series
    Join the Dept of Biomedical Engineering seminar series on Sept 25th for Melissa Kemp's seminar "Computational Methods for Guiding Emergence in Multi-Cellular Engineered Living Systems"
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  • Vascular surgeon Dr. Clay Quint presents
    Fri, Sep 18
    STRECH Seminar Series
    Vascular surgeon Dr. Clay Quint, MD, PhD (UT Health) presents for the Seminars in Translational Science (STRECH) Virtual Series, "Tissue Engineered Vessels: Research to Clinical Trials"
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