Department of biomedical engineering

Biomedical engineers are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people through developing and perfecting medical technologies and devices, such as artificial knees, hips, and hearts; laser-surgery instruments; and scanners like MRI machines. At LTU, you will collaborate with your professors on cutting-edge research and get plenty of hands-on experience in the laboratory. You’ll also have the opportunity to co-op or intern in hospitals or industry alongside engineers, researchers, doctors, nurses, and health care professionals. LTU’s goal is to give you the best preparation to enter and succeed in this growing field.

IN THE NEWS

  • LTU takes another big step in a tiny world

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    Over the past summer, Lawrence Technological University took another step forward in nanotechnology education with the introduction of a nanotechnology summer academic camp, which was attended by 11 high school juniors and seniors.

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    Oct 1


    LTU student team finishes third in Coulter College competition

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    A team of six biomedical engineering students from Lawrence Technological University finished third among 19 universities and also won the People’s Choice Award at the fifth Coulter College workshop for the development of biomedical devices.

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    Aug 26

  • BME professors give workshop on the entrepreneurship mindset

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    Assistant Professors of Biomedical Engineering Eric Meyer and Mansoor Nasir of Lawrence Technological University (LTU) gave a workshop titled “Medical Leaps & Bounds” at the 2014 Thumb Education & Community Day Conference sponsored by Thumbworks! in Marlette, MI, in May.   

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    Aug 15


    LTU wins $40,000 grant for entrepreneurial education

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    Assistant Professor Eric Meyer of Lawrence Technological University (LTU) is the principal investigator for a $40,000 grant to foster the entrepreneurial mindset through the development of multidisciplinary engineering learning modules based in part on the “Quantified Self” social movement.

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    Jan 1