As a leader in biomedical engineering research and education, IIT prepares students for leadership positions in some of today's most promising and challenging careers in industry, medicine and research.IIT offers a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering. Both programs enable students to specialize in one of the three areas shown above.
IIT Seeks Candidates for Three Endowed Faculty Positions in Energy, Power, and Sustainability
IIT currently has three open endowed professorship positions in engineering to support research and education in the area of energy: The Rowe Family Endowed Chair in Sustainable Energy, Grainger Chair in Electrical and Power Engineering, and Max McGraw Professor of Energy and Power Engineering and Management.
Michael Turturro, Ph.D. Candidate
BME Seminar Series
BME seminars are held on Fridays in Wishnick Hall, room 113 at 1:50pm
Link to seminars
BME's Sophia Pilipchuk Wins BMES 2011 Undergraduate Student AwardIIT biomedical engineering undergraduate senior Sophia Pilipchuk has been named as one of five recipients of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Undergraduate Student Award, to be presented in October at the BMES Annual Business Meeting in Hartford, Connecticut.
Up to eight undergraduate students are selected from around the country on the basis of originality, significance, thoroughness of design analysis, and performance evaluation. Pilipchuk performs research on "Crosslinking of Tissue Derived Hydrogels" with BME doctoral student Marcella Vaicik and Associate Professor Eric Brey.
Undergraduate awards include a certificate, a complimentary registration for the Annual Meeting, and a stipend to assist with travel expenses.