- Doctor of Philosophy
- Master of Science
Biomedical engineering graduate students engage in a rich spectrum of advanced research at the molecular, cellular, tissue, systems, and organism levels, as well as in clinical practice. The program benefits from the UC Davis life sciences research environment that incorporates the work of more than 70 faculty members in departments across campus, including biomedical engineering; mechanical engineering; radiology; neurobiology, physiology, and behavior; chemical engineering and materials science; orthopedics; bioinformatics; and mathematics. The breadth of activity represented in this highly collaborative environment allows students to find the best match between their research interests and those of the faculty. The graduate program’s culture is characterized by a personal mentoring style, small collaborative teams and multidisciplinary laboratories, all fostering a dynamic medium for research, learning, and success.