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Bioengineering Presentation

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Morgan Beer

on 5 February 2013

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Morgan Beer Bioengineering Bioengineering is the application of engineering design and technology to living systems. A Brief History: EFY Video Basics Biomedical Biomechanical Biochemical Projects Salary and Job Projection Cody Clark- BME Student Sarah Sheets- BME Professional Sources: "Biomedical Engineering is the application of the engineering mindset to challenges of healing and improving the human body" •5th year at University of Cincinnati, majoring in BME
•product design courses, as well as general engineering courses like mechanics, basic programming, electric circuits, material classes
•Ethicon Endo-Surgery (Johnson and Johnson), Integra Life Sciences
•Don't be afraid to get involved, but the most important advice, have fun!! •Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and studied Biomedical Engineering
•Quality Engineer at Ethicon Endo-Surgery
•lab doing testing, data analysis, team meetings
•favorite part is doing data analysis, worst is the amount of documentation
•You need to decide what types of things you want to work on after college, which will be your main focus for your remaining college years •Create a prosthetic leg designed

•Grow tissues

•producing organic fertilizer

•Grow vegetables that contain more nutrients

•Develop new cancer treatments Starting salary for a BME (2009):
B.S. degree: $68,000
M.S. degree: $79,875 Specified, interdisciplinary
Combination of Mechanical, Chemical, Eletrical, and Computer
BME's solve problems and make discoveries to improve health care and medical treatment
Companies where BME's work include Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, and Biomet
Work with Engineers, scientists, designers, business team, and government agencies. Ancient Egypt, mummies and artificial limbs
great developments in 19th century
first stethoscope invented and x-rays were discovered.
1940's- first recognized as a discipline application of engineering
techniques to the understanding
of biological systems and to the
development of therapeutic
technologies and devices. applying mechanical knowledge
towards biological things. design and construction of
unit processes that involve
biological organisms or molecules 21% increase from 2006-2016, but only a total increase of around 3000 jobs. http://www.egfi-k12.org/
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