Biomedical Engineers

by Annie Goldberg

What they do

Biomedical engineers typically need a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering or bioengineering. Biomedical engineers contribute to our nation in many ways like making prosthetic limbs, develop medication, and design medical tools. Bio medics is an important part of our society. Without it, many hospitals wouldn't have the tools they need to help the injured or sick. A few items made by these engineers are prosthetic limbs for humans and animals, medicine, and MRI's. They also find ways to cure things like Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's. They study things like the brain, our hearts, and how to make better medication.

UCD Masters - Biomedical Engineering

Where they work

Biomedical engineers need a few specific items or traits in their workplace. They need it to have the right tools, such as chemistry kits or medical tools. Biomedical engineers usually work in hospitals, labs, or even sometimes commercial offices.

Extra Items about this Career

To become a biomedical engineer, you typically need a masters degree. Biomedical engineers earn an average of $86,220 per year.