BME at Carnegie Mellon offers various options for students seeking academic development in Biomedical Engineering.
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Read an article "Engineering Student Profile: Why I Picked Carnegie Mellon" at US News & World Report, March 2011, by Arielle Drummond, Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, 2009.
Alyssa Siefert, ChemE/BME, 2009, is currently the Engineering Co-Director for CBIT (Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology) at Yale University.
BME Ph.D. student Diane Nelson, advised by Prof. Keith Cook, is developing a method of emulsifying lung medications into oxygen-saturated perfluorocarbon liquid (PFC).
Shinjini Kundu has received this year's award for University/Postsecondary Student from the Carnegie Science Center.