Biomedical Engineering

Here are the list of experts who have recommended some Biomedical Engineering books:

Robert Langer
David H. Koch Institute Professor at MIT, Sc.D. - MIT.

Drug Delivery:
Engineering Principles

Tissue Engineering:
Engineering Principles

Biomedical Engineering:
Bridging Medicine ...

Bin He
Department Head, Biomedical Engineering; Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Center for Neural Basis of Cognition, Ph.D. - Tokyo Institute of Technology.


Principles of Magnetic
Resonance Imaging

David Tse
Thomas Kailath and Guanghan Xu Professor in the School of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Ph.D. - MIT

Note: the following books are not recommended by Professor Tse. They are books that have been used as reference texts in one/some courses he has taught.


Biomedical Engineering

What is Biomedical Engineering? Biomedical Engineering, also referred to as Bioengineering or BioMed, is the application of engineering disciplines in biology and medicine. Today Biomedical Engineering helps in the discovery, diagnosis, analysis, as well as treatment of all types of diseases. Almost all of the medical devices that are in use today are designed and created by biomedical engineers. From popular and well-known devices such as CT scans to implantable devices like pacemakers, to more advanced technologies like stem cell engineering, people around the world benefit from this fascinating discipline.

In Biomedical engineering, many classical engineering fields such as electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, material engineering and science, as well as computer engineering and science are involved. Usually to become a Biomedical engineer, one needs to have good knowledge of biology and the human body in addition to one or more than one of the classical engineering disciplines.

There are many subdisciplines within biomedical engineering, some examples are:

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