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Biomedical Engineering

#TBT to a productive close of the semester last Friday, where our undergraduates showcased their work at the Fall U… https://t.co/i1BPrhjBus

Manuel Rausch Receives American Heart Association Career Development Award

Manuel Rausch, an assistant professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics and biomedical engineering, was selected by the American Heart Association (AHA) to receive a Career Development Award. According to the AHA, the award provides three years of funding and... Keep Reading

Diller Receives ASME's Nerem Education and Mentorship Medal

Mentoring an astronaut, serving as a department chair of two UT Austin engineering departments, and having his research used as expert testimony in the infamous 1998 McDonald’s hot coffee lawsuit are just three unique accomplishments that showcase the wide and... Keep Reading

NIH Grant Helps Understanding How Protein Networks Work Together to Drive Membrane Traffic

The laboratory of Jeanne Stachowiak, associate professor of biomedical engineering, has received a new four-year R01 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health. The focus of the grant is to study protein... Keep Reading

#12 Best Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Program in the Nation

Outstanding research, internship, and study abroad opportunities are just a few reasons our undergraduate program ranks No. 12 in the country according to
U.S. News & World Report!

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Research Areas

100%

Of Ph.D. students are fully funded

1,600+

Texas Biomedical Engineering alumni around the world

81%

Of undergraduate students participate in research