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  • The Future in Careers

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    Jobs demands in the workforce changes in every generations. The current generation rapidly growing job occupations involves biotechnology and computer networking. From the two broad fields, biochemist, biomedical engineer, and network administrator are some of the fastest growing careers in the next decade (Ferguson and Hilton). Biochemistry might not be a new profession in the twenty-first century, but it is currently one of the most demanding fields in American. According to the government labor

  • Engineering College Application Essay

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    out of my two-dimensional bubble. Although there were times when I missed an amino acid in chain and I had to begin unwinding my work, observing the finished product boosted confidence in my ability to become a hands-on engineer. In addition, the Biomedical Program at University of Maryland taught me how cellular and molecular techniques are changing the way we diagnose and treat disease. These experiences not only boosted confidence in my ability to become an engineer but also deepened my interest

  • Statement of Purpose for University of Oxford

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    physics; and later Biomedical Engineering – Engineering for life. I have seen a glimpse of the kind of future I am aiming for in my existing employment as research assistant assisting medical doctor in breast cancer diagnosis, during my internship in hospital and my time working on final year project for vein graft surveillance programme in hospital. With the body of experiences I have built up during my undergraduate studies and afterward, I see a future career for myself in biomedical engineering. However

  • Personal Statement

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    I believe the challenges of the biomedical engineering curriculum have helped to prepare me for the rigors of medical school. I can best describe my interest in engineering in terms of a vehicle my father purchased for either my younger brother or me to drive: a rusted out, barely running 1978 Toyota FJ40. FJ40’s were utilitarian four-wheel drive vehicles to begin with, and this one had all its (few) creature comforts removed; it was essentially a rusty steel tub on wheels that did not even run

  • Bel

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    and natural curiosity for literature and science propel me to excel in these subjects. Growing up, I spent countless hours watching various science documentaries. From watching “Bill Nye “The Science Guy,”-to going to the library in third grade to research on the cell communication, my childhood was filled with science. Growing up, I didn’t have the resources to quench my thirst for these subjects, instead I had to push myself to find other ways to learn. I went to numerous libraries and conferences

  • Statement of Purpose for Undergraduate in Biomedical Imaging in the University of Turku

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    how enormous the contribution of engineering in medicine and healthcare is. Even more noteworthy is the potential of what engineering can make possible- making our lives healthier and safer. Biomedical Engineering has emerged as an independent discipline only recently. It offers a huge opportunity for research. It brings a new understanding and allows focusing on living systems so that contribution can be made to the improvement of healthcare and clinical applications. It excites me extremely when

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    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics “Biomedical engineers work in manufacturing, universities, hospitals, research facilities of companies and educational and medical institutions, and government regulatory agencies” (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014). With this being said, I am highly intrigued with the concept of combining technology and nature, to which Biomedical Engineering does. To obtain a degree in biomedical engineering, one must major in a subject with arguably one of the most vigorous

  • A Career in Biomedical Engineering

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    Many great inventions have been made through research in biomedical engineering, for example, genetic engineering, cloning, and insulin. After insulin has been invented, there are still a lot of problems with the purity and the quantity of the insulin produced. Biomedical engineering devised a way to produce large quantities of insulin with a higher level of purity, which has saved a lot of human lives. Although biomedical engineering just been officially founded 200 years ago, its practice has been

  • Overview of Biomedical Engineering as a Career Path

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    in your life.” (Confucius) According to the Whitaker Foundation, biomedical engineering has existed for centuries, perhaps even thousands of years. “In 1816, modesty prevented French physician Rene Laennec from placing his ear next to a young woman’s bare chest, so he rolled up a newspaper and listened through it, triggering the idea for his invention that led to today’s ubiquitous stethoscope.”(The Whitaker Foundation). “Biomedical engineering achievements range from early devices, such as crutches

  • The Progession of Man-Made Organs

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    Langer’s discovery brought researchers closer to developing man-made, transplantable organs because he figured out a way to make basic tissues strong enough to grow into complex organs. The next greatest step in the biomedical engineering of tissues was led by Laura Niklason and her research team from Yale University in 2009. By placing cells on a functioning lung, the team was able to grow lung tissue. The researchers used nine different types of cells and reported that all nine types grew to perform