College of Engineering
UTEP biomedical engineering students learn to identify and address unmet clinical, diagnostic, and health care needs. Through work in labs such as UTEP’s Biomedical Device, Delivery and Diagnostic (B3D) lab, students hone the analytical tools and knowledge of modern engineering and science, understanding of the biological or physiological system, and familiarity with technological advancements.
Conduct cutting-edge research in our 3D Microphysiological Systems Lab
Choose from a thesis or non-thesis program schematic to fit your educational goals
Interact with medical doctors throughout the region to give projects real-world impact
John Ciubuc believes collaboration breeds quality research. At UTEP, he worked with students in physics and biological sciences to present at the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Symposium. Ciubuc helped develop a breast cancer tumor identification method in the Optical and Spectroscopy and Microscopy Lab. Today, he is pursuing a medical degree at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Graduates from our program can apply to Ph.D. programs in BME or to medical school. Those who have entered the workforce have found positions in biomedical industries or federal agencies such as the FDA after graduation.c.