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Better Healthcare Tomorrow

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is at the forefront of one of the most rewarding areas of engineering, applying the principles and methods of engineering to medicine, engaging in research and teaching. Our research and teaching are second to none; the advances we make today will be seen in medicine tomorrow. 

So if you want to improve healthcare, become a part of our team.





Department and Faculty Events


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  1. RAH GI Rounds

    "Update on CRC and IBD" Dr. D.N. Todoruk Objectives: After this presentation the attendee will have a better understanding of: 1. What is the scope of the problem? 2. Is it as common as we have been led to believe? 3. What is the relationship of dysplasia and colon cancer in IBD? 4. What are the best screening tools? 5. Can we do anything to prevent colon cancer in IBD? LOCATION: RAH Auditorium S-203-ATC

  2. Minds that Matter: The 2016 Gairdner Symposium

    Dr. Feng Zhang - Topic: Genome Editing Using CRISPR-Cas Systems Core Member, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Investigator, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT Assistant Professor, Departments of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at MIT 2016 Canada Gairdner International Award Recipient Dr. Philippe Horvath - Topic: CRISPR-Mediated Immunity in Bacteria: Discovery & Applications Senior Scientist, DuPont DuPont Fellows Forum Associate and DuPont Nutrition & Health Technical Fellow Dangé-Saint-Romain, France 2016 Canada Gairdner International Award Recipient Refreshments to follow (1st floor Katz Atrium).

  3. Geriatric Grand Rounds

    "Patient Family Centred Care – a patient family experience" Jennifer Symon, BScN, CNE - Patient Family Centred Care advocate Clinical Nurse Educator, Geriatrics, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Alberta Health Services, Edmonton Zone Learning objectives: 1. What is Patient and Family Centred Care really 2. Techniques to engage patients at the bedside 3. How to engage patients in quality improvement and hospital redesign

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