Carnegie Mellon University

Research Overview

Research in Biomedical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University spans the full range from basic science and theoretical work through medical technologies and devices along the entire clinical translational spectrum.  All of our research is built upon interdisciplinary synergistic interactions, driven by Carnegie Mellon's strong collaborative culture and supported by our Research Partners.  

Read below for more information on our six core research strength areas of Biomaterials & Nanotechnology, Cardiopulmonary Engineering, Cell & Tissue Engineering, Computational Biomedical Engineering, Medical Devices & Robotics, and Neural Engineering.