Welcome to Bioengineering
Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery
UC San Diego – Summer 2017 – Accepting Applications
All are welcome for Women in Bioengineering's next career development event. Our Alternative Careers with a PhD panel will highlight female professionals in the biotech industry who have taken their degrees and pursued non-traditional career paths, such as intellectual property law and scientific writing.
Do you think that your bioengineering knowledge can beat the rest? Compete in Bioengineering Day's annual Bioengineering Quiz Bowl!
Lab Expo is designed to be similar to a career fair, except that the representatives tabling at the event range from undergraduate to graduate students and professors from labs on campus. It provides undergraduate students a chance to not only see some of the research taking place across campus, but also get involved by joining a laboratory or learning more about ongoing projects. It acts as a stepping stone into the world of both industrial and academic research!
While emerging technologies such as tissue engineering offer exciting alternative therapies to tissue and organ transplantation, many challenges remain with respect to 1) enginee
Recent advances in nanoscale materials that possess emergent physical properties and molecular organization hold great promise to impact human health in the diagnostic and therapeutic arenas.
Current breast cancer screening methods lack both sensitivity and specificity, delaying cancer detection and treatment, especially in women with dense breast tissues.
The UC San Diego Department of Bioengineering faculty are recognized nationally for outstanding scholarship, teaching, and research.
See some of our research groups, including Biodynamics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials and Stem Cell Engineering, Biophotonics, Biosensors, and more.
See information about our research facilities, including Biotechnology, Confocal Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, Information Technology, Functional MRI, Cell Engineering Research Center (CERC).