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Hopkins BME: Engineering the Future of Medicine

The mission of the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering is to advance human health by training biomedical engineers who will lead in Engineering the Future of Medicine through scientific discovery, translational research, and innovation that improves medicine and human health at scale.

Our Programs

Hopkins BME imbues students with a fervor for scientific discovery, interdisciplinary learning, and a life-long desire to innovate for societal impact. Johns Hopkins BME mentors and promotes transformational biomedical leaders, respecting diversity in all of its manifestations. Our undergraduate, master’s, PhD, and postdoctoral programs are a worldwide hub for an ever-expanding array of educational, research, and discovery initiatives connecting our researchers with industry and alumni.

Our unique position within the Whiting School of Engineering and the School of Medicine provides students with opportunities to engage with some of the best engineers and clinical scientists in the world.

Affecting the World

Our pioneering students and faculty are changing the world for the better by advancing medical knowledge, inventing biomedical technology, and improving healthcare delivery at scale. Close partnership with clinical collaborators provides a strong foundation for translating advances to first clinical use.

In a Class of Our Own

Hopkins BME has defined the field for more than 50 years and continues to lead the way through a curriculum that combines classroom instruction and hands-on research to train students who will be future leaders. Our students and faculty are Engineering the Future of Medicine by building the technologies that cure disease.

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