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The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Virginia was established in 1967 as a joint program of U.Va.'s School of Medicine and School of Engineering and Applied Science. Today, everyone from prospective students to ABET accreditors takes note of BME's true dual culture in Engineering and Medicine, which is almost unique to U.Va. It's one reason why the Provost's Office has identified Biomedical Engineering – U.Va.'s top-ranked science or engineering program – as a strength to sustain in its Strategic Directions for the University of Virginia.


Our department is home to a Wallace H. Coulter Foundation Translational Partnership Award , which draws on the joint strengths of the U.Va. School of Engineering, School of Medicine, Darden School of Business, and Health Sciences Center.


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John Hossack Elected IEEE Fellow   John Hossack has been elected Fellow of IEEE, for leadership and innovation in ultrasound imaging and drug delivery. Another recent honor for the Dr. Hossack came when graduate student Adam Dixon won a Best Student Paper Award at the 2015 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium-the second year in a row that a Hossack lab student won Best Paper in the Medical Imaging track!

BME and Nanomed Teams Compete in Phase I of the UVA E-Cup   Three BME and Nanomedicine Engineering teams won $1000 in the initial "Discovery" phase of the UVA Entrepreneurship Cup competition—Tania Awalegaonkar (BME '16) and Courtney Lawson (BME '16) for CrimeSoft Camera; Razvan Untaroiu (BME '16) for CPRBuddy; and Payam Pourtaheri (Nanomedicine '16) and Ameer Hamza Shakeel (BME '17) for AgroSpheres. More

UVa BME is #11 in National Research Council Rankings   UVa BME is the #11 bioengineering doctoral program in the nation, occupying a tight band of competition among East Coast rivals Duke, Johns Hopkins, U-Penn, and Georgia Tech, says the National Research Council. More...

A "Street View" of the Inner Workings of the Human Body  Jason Papin is part of an international team of researchers that recently published what they dub a "Google map" of the human metabolism. More...

$80,000 and counting. That's how much BME majors earned in 2012 to fund their projects. First and second prizes in the E-Cup, a Beckman Scholarship, four Harrison awards winners and two Double Hoos, Darden Incubator funding... it all adds up. More...

Equal Partners in Discovery—U.Va. Receives a New Beckman Scholars Award  This is a three-year renewal of a previous Beckman Scholars grant, continuing the program at U.Va., which was selected largely because of its strong commitment to quality undergraduate research. More...


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