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Transcript: complete a health-related electronics training programs Work Environment Ellen and Sarah Hsieh UC San Diego The End •Bioinstrumentation engineer •Biomechanics engineer •Biomaterials engineer •Systems physiology engineer •Clinical engineer •Rehabilitation engineer •Biomechanics •Orthopedic engineering •Bioinformatics •Bioinstrumentation •Biomaterials •Biomedical devices •Bio-Micro/Nano Electromechanical Systems •Cellular, tissue and molecular engineering •Clinical engineering •Medical imaging •Molecular imaging •Rehabilitation engineering Education References The Fundamentals of Engineering examination a Master's degree for advanced positions Johns Hopkins University engineering program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) Job Titles/Duties combine health and engineering invent new medical devices research Salary: around $74,000 well-trained: $100,000 Johns Hopkins University UC San Diego Georgia Institute of Technology University of California-San Diego Duke University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Stanford University Principles of Practice Engineering examination hospitals laboratories government agencies supply industries research facilities medical facilities schools four years of work experience $43,930 per year Fields, Matter, and Waves Digital System Fundamentals Computer Architecture Microprocessor Laboratory Fiber Optics and Devices Colleges/Universities $26,322 per year Physics-Fluids, Waves, Thermodynamics Introductory Fluid Mechanics Physics-Electricity and Magnetism Introduction to Differential Equations Bioengineering Mass Transfer Dickler, Jessica. "10 Booming Jobs and How to GetThem." CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 11 Oct. 2010. Web. 24 Apr. 2013. "Harvard University." US News & World Report. U.S. News, n.d. Web. 24 Apr. 2013. "What Is Bioengineering?" University of Louisville, n.d. Web. "Objectives." Stanford Bioengineering. Stanford University, n.d. Web. "Biological Engineering." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 22 Apr. 2013. Web. 24 Apr. 2013. Bioengineering earn a Bachelor's degree What Do Bioengineers Do? Demand: increase 21% in employment through 2016.


Transcript: There have been many advancements in the field over the past century, as well as more recently, like: Artificial Joints MRI's Heart Pacemakers Arthroscopy Angioplasty Bioengineered Skin Kidney Dialysis Heart-Lung Machine Thank You! Career Path By: Noah Jacobs Mr. Berliner Period 2A Throughout high school, students wishing to pursue this field are encouraged to take high level math and science classes along with some medical and engineering classes if they are offered. In college, you are required to obtain at least a bachelor's degree in engineering and biological science; however, master's and doctoral degrees are preferred and students who have these will obtain higher wages and more secure jobs. Bioengineering is applying the concepts of engineering to the world of medicine and environmental issues. It can go from larger scale things such as prosthetics and hospital equipment to cellular and genetic materials. Top 10 Universities: Johns Hopkins Duke MIT Georgia Tech Rice Stanford UCSD Michigan UC Berkeley Washington Required Education What is Bioengineering? Responsibilities Bioengineering The median annual pay for a biomedical engineer is around $86,960. The lowest 10% make less than $52,000 while the top 10% make more than $139,450. Salary is impacted by experience, level of education, field, etc. Salary Advancements Biomedical engineers have many duties they must perform on a daily basis, such as: Design artificial body parts and organs Install and maintain said equipment Work with other scientists and chemists to provide them with effective equipment Train other doctors in the use and installation of prosthetics 62 ECG bpm


Transcript: - Most genetic engineers require to work volunteer hours with a certified genetic engineer before actually becoming one ( Days, months or even years) - Genetic engineers aiming for infectious diseases usually require more training then a all around genetic engineer. - These are the main fields of genetic engineering: water pollution, air pollution, pesticide use, toxicology, molecular biology, infection control precautions, surveillance methodology, and outbreak investigation. Cool Facts Genetic Engineering is used to make many different medicines including one the most used drugs in the world, insulin. Along with creating many different medicines genetic engineering can also be used to change human genes outside of the body or inside the body. The shaping of these genes are often used to create cures for viruses by seeing what types of genes can create the proper substances to combat viruses. Genetic engineering has been used in clinical trials to treat Cancer, AIDS, Dwarfism, Cystic Fibrosis, High Blood Pressure, and many more. These "cures" are not yet deemed to be safe as improper use can cause serious side effects including genetic mutation. Scientists first modify the cells and the genome either directly inside of the body or outside. If this procedure is done externally, they will use viruses or proteins to carry the new genes into the body. (Like a vaccine). Genetic modification can change animals (Including Humans), and plants/food. Genetic engineers require - Either a PH.D. or a Medical degree (Some May Require PH.D.) - Bachelors degree in medical science Bioengineering The Genetic Engineer Definition: The Direct Change Of The Genome - Unless your food is %100 organic, chances are something in it is genetically modified. - Glow in the dark cats, Poisonous cabbage, Bananas with built-in vaccines, Pigs/Cows that are up to %70 more environmentally friendly, Trees that can naturally clean up hazardous materials like oil, Goats that produce spider web cotton, Salmon/Trees that grow up to 2x faster, Slower ripening produce, and Cancer fighting eggs are all forms of genetic modification. - There are sheep that manufacture human liver. They could very possibly be in the market soon and waiting for a liver would be cut down my months or years. - Sheep, pigs and mice are some of the most used 'Guinea Pigs'. Genetically Modified Mice In conclusion, the Genetic Engineer is a very cool job, you can save lives as well as experiment with an endless amount of alternatives. It requires lots of schooling but would be a excellent field of work to pursue. Natural Genetic mutation. (Albino Skin) Use Of Genetic Engineering Genetic Engineering By: Nicholas Olson Conclusion How Does It Work / What Do You Require To Be One

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