The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group (BMEGG) incorporates the research programs of more than 75 faculty members in departments across campus including: Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Radiology; Orthopedic Surgery; Pharmacology; Neurology; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior; and Mathematics.
You have access to the UC Davis School of Medicine (25% of BMEGG faculty), the School of Veterinary Medicine and many research centers that can help you advance your research from the molecular, cellular, tissue, to organism level, all the way through clinical practice.
California National Primate Research Center
Center for Mind and Brain
Center for Molecular and Genomic Imaging
Clinical and Translational Science Center
Human Performance Laboratory
Point-of-Care Testing Center for Teaching and Research
UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures
Biomedical Engineering is ranked among the top 10 of national universities for research expenditures by the National Science Foundation.
Our philosophy is that each student’s success matters to us. Students are given great flexibility in creating a program of study that is consistent with their educational and research goals. Our educational objectives are to train students how to apply engineering methods to the study of biological mechanisms and systems and to prepare students to become independent learners. To facilitate your career goals, we offer unique training opportunities that develop both your technical and professional skills.
Davis is a small bike and pedestrian friendly town located near Sacramento, San Francisco, and Lake Tahoe. You can easily bike to class, walk to the downtown farmers market, snowboard fresh powder, enjoy a Broadway hit, and camp along the coast all in one week.