Modern medical advances have helped millions of people live longer, healthier lives. We owe these improvements to decades of investment in medical research - Ike Skelton
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Throughout history, one of mankind’s biggest goals has been the preservation of human life. For the most part, we have been pretty successful. In the past century, we have increased the average human life expectancy by 27 years. Modern medicine has been doing wondrous things for the overall health of the entire world.
With so many new procedures coming out every year, we often wonder, “What’s the next thing?” Scientists are hard at work and have recently discovered that it’s entirely possible to regenerate tissue — not only tissue, but spinal cords. The only problem with this? The connotation of stem cell research.
Stem cell research caught a lot of flak when it first…
Stem cell research caught a lot of flak when it first became popular because of its alleged use of embryonic cells, which are cells from fetuses. Naturally, there was a lot of controversy over this, as the general fear was that scientists were going to kill our babies to fund medicine, which was not true, but it was a pretty prevalent rumor. The fact is, however, that all the newest research in the field of stem cells involves little to no embryonic stem cells. Most of the res
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s people and programs have been a catalyst for achieving breakthroughs in basic research and enhancing scientific knowledge for the betterment of human health.
The Biomedical Science Careers Program, Inc. provides students of every race, ethnic background, gender and financial status with encouragement, support and guidance needed for the successful pursuit of biomedical science and other science-related careers. We believe that the individual potential of each student should not be lost or ignored.
Biomedical scientists work in healthcare to diagnose disease and evaluate the effectiveness of treatment through the analysis of fluids and tissue samples from patients. They provide the 'engine room' of modern medicine with 70% of diagnoses based on the pathology results provided by laboratory services.
Numerous fields of basic science and molecular medicine contribute to human health research. Each of these fields is rooted in the sciences of biology, chemistry, or physics and are all critical to the advancement of human health and modern medicine. Biomedical research requires collaborative and multidisciplinary teams comprised of multiple specialists with education beyond the four-year college degree.
This website is an internet resource designed to provide the highest quality services to students and campus communities globally. A2Z Colleges contains comprehensive information, listings, links, and rankings of educational institutions all over the world in biomedical engineering.
Biomedical engineers combine biology, medicine, and engineering and use advanced knowledge of engineering and science to solve medical and health-related problems. Biomedical engineers design massive MRI machines along with the microscopic machines used in surgery. They research and develop prostheses, evaluate the use of artificial organs, and improve instrumentation used in hospitals and clinics. An increasing demand for cost-effective medical products should boost the demand for biomedical engineers, particularly those working in pharmaceutical manufacturing and research. The best job prospects are expected for biomedical engineers with master's degrees in the field.
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