Undergraduate students have ample opportunities to participate in research, either directly with their professors through the Armour R&D Program or in Armour's Summer Engineering Research Immersion Program.
Students will also participate in a hands-on collaborative experience through the Interprofessional Projects (IPRO) Program.
Recent IPRO projects within biomedical engineering include:
- Biodesign innovation in the consumer space
- Innovations in neuromuscular and stroke rehabilitation
- Developing an electro-mechanical, computer-controlled wound therapy bed
- Simulating and visualizing molecules moving through biological nanopor sensors