Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering applies fundamental science and math principles to improve human health beyond the limits of traditional medicine. Learn the engineering design process used by biomedical engineers and investigate how they create new diagnosis and treatment methods in tissue engineering, genetic engineering, drug delivery, and biomedical instrumentation. Explore principles such as density, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems, Newton's laws of motion, genetics, and electromagnetism. Perform gel electrophoresis, gene expression analysis, circuitry design, and cell staining, techniques routinely used by biomedical engineers to advance the field of medicine.

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Term 1 (June 9–29)
Georgia Tech, GA
Term 2 (July 7–27)
Georgia Tech, GA
Summer Studies Program: 
Center Math