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Graduate School 2012-2014 Catalog

StudentsBiomedical Engineering's Graduate Program provides outstanding graduate level training in 6 critical areas of biomedical engineering and technology including: Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering; Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering; Computational Bioengineering and Biomedical Imaging; Molecular, Cellular, and Nanosystems Bioengineering; Neuroengineering; and Physiological Systems and BioInstrumentation. Thesis projects may straddle multiple areas given that these areas are broadly defined and overlapping.  Information on graduate admissions to the BME Graduate Program can be found in the above first 2 links on the left column. For further admissions information, contact us at: bmeadmissions@jove.rutgers.edu

Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University was initially established in 1965 as a track within Electrical Engineering, offering M.S. Degrees with a BME emphasis.  In 1986, NJ formally chartered the Department of Biomedical Engineering as an independent entity within the School of Engineering with granting rights for M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.  A third degree, Masters of Engineering (M.Eng) , was approved in June 2012 in BME. The department developed its graduate program in collaboration with RWJ/UMDNJ to provide a strong foundation in biomedical and clinical sciences along with rigorous engineering training. Effective July 1, 2013, UMDNJ became Rutgers. An Online ME degree will be offered in BME starting for Fall 2013.

BME includes over 75 faculty from Rutgers science and engineering, RWJ, other academic institutions in the area as well as local industry contacts.  M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the program are jointly awarded with Rutgers-GSNB and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Services-GSBS.

The BME program was among the most highly ranked Rutgers SOE program based on the NRC ratings of 2010.  Notably, the BME program visibility rose significantly since the last NRC reviews and now ranks well within the top 30% of the 74 schools reviewed.  The BME program was cited by Rutgers for significant rise in its prominence.  Based on the reputational ratings (R-scores), Rutgers BME ranked ELEVENTH among all public institutions and 22nd among all institutions.  In terms of its institutional peers, Rutgers BME ranked favorably compared to other reputed BME programs including Cornell University, University of Texas-Austin, Washington University, Columbia University, and RPI, to name a few select Universities

2013 Graduate Reception; May 16, 2013

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Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering Ranked No. 1 again by ISI

August 11, 2014

For over a decade, articles in the Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering (ARBME) were cited more often than papers in any of its peer journals, according to ISI`s 2013 Journal Citation Report, giving...
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Organ Storage Breakthrough from the Yarmush Lab Published in Nature Medicine

July 29, 2014

Research performed in Professor Martin Yarmush`s lab at Rutgers University and Massachusetts General Hospital has yielded a novel strategy to extend the time for liver storage. By using a combination...
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Freeman Team Awarded NSF Grant

July 21, 2014

Professor Joseph Freeman, director of the MOTR (Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration) Laboratory, just received a 3 year award from the NSF for the project entitled, \"Microelectronically Stimulating...
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BME and MAE Faculty Collaborate on NSF Award for Instrumentation Development

July 21, 2014

BME faculty David Shreiber and Jeffrey Zahn and MAE faculty Hao Lin and Jerry Shan have been awarded an Instrumentation Development for Biological Research (IDBR) grant from the NSF for $425k....
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