Biomedical Engineering is a multidisciplinary field that combines biology and Engineering, applying Engineering concepts and techniques in the field of Medicine and Healthcare. It amalgamates the problem solving ability of engineers with the medical expertise of medicos to enrich the quality of life through health care process.
Biomedical engineers combine engineering principles with medical sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems, and software. Biomedical engineers link the medical and engineering branches to afford an overall augmentation in the quality of health care and products.
The Biomedical engineers have the job opportunities in reputed healthcare industries in India and abroad. The list of few companies are: Siemens healthcare, Johnson & Johnson, GE Healthcare, Medtranic, Dräger, Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGAA, Maquet, Stryker, Philips Healthcare, Samsung Healthcare, B. Braun, Smiths Medical, Skanray Healthcare, Zimmer Biomet, Toshiba Medical Systems, Olympus Medical, Karl Storz, Allengers Medical Systems, Abbott, KLS Martin, Agfa, CareFusion, Roche Diagnostics, Hamilton Medical Allengers, CURA health care, Stryker, L&T, ECC, HRS Navigation, Phoneix Medical Systems, TCS-Medical Division, Hulhumale Hospital, Medtronic, MIOT hospitals, BPL Healthcare, Agappe Diagnostics, Faber-Sindori-Apollo Groups, TransAsia, Zifo RnD solutions and HCL R&D.
The Biomedical Engineering graduates are eligible to pursue higher education in renowned Universities across the globe and some of them are: University of California, University of Central Florida, The University of New South Wales, Johns Hopkins University, Hochschule Furtwangen University, University of Technology Sydney, Tomsk Ploytechnic University, UMEA Univeristy-Sweden and Arizona state University, USA, Tufts University, University of Texas-Dallas.