Biomedical Engineering (BME)

As in any other major industry, problem solving in modern medicine increasingly requires a true convergence of many scientific and engineering fields. While some
of the last frontiers of biomedicine, such as neuroscience and regenerative medicine, critically demands new ideas and tools from other disciplines, paradigm-shifting technological innovations in information science, nanotechnology, and robotics could open new opportunities in healthcare. At the same time, a new generation of engineers, “fluent” in many different languages of science, are creating entirely new fields to view the old questions with a fresh look. In the
BME symposium, we strive to provide a stimulating forum for all researchers willing to go beyond the “comfort¬†zone” to explore new opportunities in biomedical engineering.


  1. Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
  2. Biomaterials and Synthetic Microenvironment
  3. Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Engineering
  4. Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
  5. Neuroengineering and Neuroscience
  6. Synthetic Biology and Systems biology
  7. Biomedical Devices and Imaging
  8. Robotics and Informatics in Healthcare, Emerging Theranostics
  9. Lab-on-chip, Organ-on-chip, and Sensor
  10. Immune Engineering
    and Therapy

Ick Chan Kwon
Jennifer Shin
Ho-Wook Jun
(University of Alabama at Birmingham)

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