Department of Biomedical Engineering
What UV dosage kills COVID?
Research from Distinguished Professor Kaiming Ye and Associate Professor Guy German offers the first scientific proof of what intensity and duration of ultraviolet light kills coronavirus.
The biomedical engineering job market is rapidly growing as advances in the bioengineering and biomedical sciences are improving healthcare.
There are numerous opportunities for graduates with the specialized training offered at Binghamton University.
Questions about BME?
- Michelle Beavers, Undergraduate Program Coordinator: 607-777-5483
- Kathleen Feczko, Graduate Program Coordinator: 607-777-5779
Professor, AI in Biomedical Engineering
Associate Professor, Human Neuroscience and Brain Imaging
Assistant Professor, Biomaterials
Assistant Professor, Neuroscience
Accelerate your education
A combined bachelor of science (BS) and master of science (MS) in biomedical engineering is available for motivated students working toward their BS in biomedical engineering.
A biomedical engineering degree from Binghamton University prepares students for leadership positions in the biomedical industry, academy, business, education, entrepreneurship and for success in a global environment.Pre-Med Biomedical Engineering (BS) 4+1 Biomedical Engineering (BS/MS) BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING HONORS PROGRAM BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING MINOR
The goal of the BME graduate program is to prepare students for careers in industry, academia or research lab environments by offering a flexible program of coursework and mentoring that enables students to engage in creative and independent research on a cutting-edge research topic.Biomedical Engineering (MS, PhD)
Our Community and Network
Our alumni are working in different industries across the globe, but they undoubtedly have a few things in common: passion, purpose and pride in their education from the Biomedical Engineering Department.