Biomedical Engineering Careers
With Biomedical Engineering Career, Sky Is The Limit!
Biomedical engineers work in industry, hospitals, government, universities and research institutes. Many of the roles are in the lab conducting research and development. However, Biomedical engineers also design and build equipment, test new systems and processes or even work in sales or marketing.
To be a great Biomedical engineer, you need good theoretical and practical knowledge of engineering, a sound understanding in medical sciences and the ability to combine the two. You also need to be a team player because Biomedical engineers often work in teams with other professionals such as Doctors, Physiotherapists or other medical specialists.
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