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The Johns Hopkins University Department of Biomedical Engineering is home to the nation’s first and top-ranked training programs in biomedical engineering, setting the bar for BME research and education for more than 50 years. Our position within the Johns Hopkins schools of Engineering and Medicine allows close collaborations with leading physicians and industry partners, providing a strong foundation for translating advances to first clinical use. As part of America’s first research university, we offer both undergraduate and graduate opportunities in biomedical engineering.

Join Hopkins BME as an Undergraduate student

We are training the next generation of leaders through BME 2.0, the biomedical engineering curriculum of the future. Through project-based learning, research experiences, design opportunities, clinical exposure, and more, our students solve real-world engineering problems.
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Join Hopkins BME as a Master's student

Consistently ranked #1 in the nation, the Johns Hopkins graduate programs in biomedical engineering will prepare you to be a leader in biomedical research, medicine, or industry. Choose one of our five master’s programs to meet your specific needs.
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Join Hopkins BME as a Ph.D. student

Push the boundaries of scientific discovery alongside leading clinicians and researchers by developing and applying new technologies to understand, diagnose, and treat disease.
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