A leader in the field of pulmonary mechanics, Carrie Perlman has had her research successfully funded by NIH and the American Heart Association.
Learn the skills you need to engineer solutions to medical problems through advanced scientific research and technological innovations in the biomedical engineering Ph.D. program.
The biomedical engineering Ph.D. program fosters a community of scholars dedicated to scientific research and technology-based discoveries. Through advanced research opportunities in the five cluster areas listed below, Ph.D. students will gain an in-depth understanding of the challenges within medical and clinical environments and leave the program with the ability to apply a deep knowledge of engineering principles to create life-saving tools and technologies. This program is excellent preparation for those who want to pursue careers as faculty in academia or research scientists in industry.
The Stevens campus is located within a global hub of pharmaceutical, medical research and technology companies. Our faculty are active collaborators with many of New York’s leading medical centers and universities. Many of our students have sought and found career opportunities within New Jersey’s burgeoning medical and pharmaceutical industries.
For more details about the biomedical engineering Ph.D. program, please see our Program Overview, as well as the Graduate Student Handbook. Currently enrolled students should visit the BME page on MyStevens.com for additional information.