BME Design Day is a celebration of student design and innovation. More than 50 teams of undergraduate and master’s students have spent the past year designing high-impact solutions to some of the world’s most pressing healthcare challenges.
During the fall semester, our undergraduate Design Team students worked directly with clinicians, observed medical procedures, and learned about clinical needs in the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Our master’s students traveled to Kenya, India, Uganda, and Ghana to connect with mentors that provided guidance for their global health projects. They also conducted clinical rotations at the Johns Hopkins Hospital for their U.S. healthcare innovation projects.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering has set the standard in biomedical design since introducing its landmark undergraduate Design Team program more than two decades ago. With the addition of our renowned master’s design program, offered through the department’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design, more than ten years ago, biomedical engineering students of all levels are Engineering the Future of Medicine by developing new technologies to diagnose and treat disease.
At this year’s in-person celebration of health care innovation, dozens of undergraduate and graduate biomedical engineering student teams will present solutions to pressing clinical needs. This year, students are developing a less invasive method of monitoring intracranial pressure in the ICU, creating a novel assessment method for Eustachian tube function, designing a safer way to remove epicardial pacing wires, constructing a wearable solution that screens for early lymphedema, and more.
We are extremely proud of the work our students put into their design projects this year, as well as the outcomes that they have achieved. Thank you to all of the clinicians, faculty, mentors, and industry partners that have guided our students throughout the year.
We look forward to seeing you in-person on Tuesday, May 3.
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