Lehigh’s graduate program in Bioengineering trains students to combine life and physical sciences and engineering to develop effective and affordable solutions for health care and biotechnology problems.
Bioengineering faculty research
Research Lehigh bioengineering researchers work in areas such as biomaterials, point-of-care diagnostics, bioinformatics, biomechanics, bioimaging, biophotonics, computational bioengineering, systems and controls in bioengineering, and biopharmaceutical engineering. Check this page to see where your interests fit among existing research projects and directions at Lehigh.
Check this page for a list of the Lehigh departments that contribute to Bioengineering.
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