We are ABET accredited! Our accreditation extends retroactively to October 1, 2011.
Undergraduate Students: 554
Graduate Students: 112
Postdoctoral Fellows and Scientists 71
Research Expenditures: $18,100,000
Undergraduate Majors: Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Programs: Biomedical Engineering – M.S., Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering applies engineering principles and techniques to solving medical problems and to translating new discoveries into the clinic and operating room. Faculty, 1/3 of whom have appointments in the School of Medicine, work on better ways to detect, study, reverse, or cure such problems as cancer and heart disease, repair and regenerate tissues, and design vaccines. Undergraduates prepare for interdisciplinary careers by choosing among six areas: bioinstrumentation, biomaterials and tissue engineering, biomechanics, medical imaging, systems engineering, and pre-medical school preparation. Research and graduate studies focus on the broad areas of tissue engineering, imaging, cellular and molecular systems, orthopedic biomechanics, sensor and MEMs systems, targeted therapeutics, computational modeling, and biofluids & transport and synthetic bioengineering.
• Bioinformatics/Computational Bioengineering
• Biomedical Imaging
• Biosensors and Microfabricated Electrical and Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
• Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering
• Musculoskeletal Biomechanics
• Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering
Research Facilities and Partnerships
• TEAM Design, Prototyping and Fabrication Facilities
• Center for Molecular and Genomic Imaging
• UC Davis School of Medicine
• Northern California Nanotechnology Center
• UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
• UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures
Editorial Home to:
(K.A. Athanasiou, Editor-in-Chief)
(Simon Cherry, Editor-in-Chief)