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The MSc in Bioengineering provides engineers and scientists with the education, research and creative skills needed to practice in the medical devices industry and focus on important clinical needs. The 12-month MSc in Bioengineering programme provides an introduction to bioengineering for engineering graduates. Students can also opt for the MSc in Bioengineering with Specialisation in Tissue Engineering or MSc in Bioengineering with Specialisation in Neural Engineering. All three streams lead to the award of the MSc in Bioengineering and consist of compulsory core modules, optional modules and an extensive research project.
Biomedical Engineering is a broad field with15 PIs (professors, junior professors) working on the field. In the BME major at TUT, the students can focus either on bioinstrumentation or medical physics. These areas explore how the human physiological systems and their functions can be measured, imaged, treated or augmented from the level of molecules to organ systems, how new technologies are commercialized, and how innovative products and methods are developed to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases and improve people's health.Our curriculum gains great benefit from the multidisciplinary research and education at BioMediTech Institute of Biosciences and Medical Technology in Tampere (http://www.biomeditech.fi/). Students have a large freedom to select their minor subject. Minors related to biomedical engineering include biomaterials, biomeasurements, computational biology, health informatics, and tissue engineering. In addition, BioMediTech offers minors in the field of cell and molecule biology and bioinformatics.
The School of Engineering at the University of Warwick is offering a research-based, flexible, innovative Master programmer in Biomedical Engineering