Graduate Study in BioMedical Sciences and Engineering
The BioMedical Sciences and Engineering Area within EECS is composed of EECS faculty and students who work at the cutting edge of engineering and/or medicine. Our collective goal is to understand complex biological systems and/or engineer systems that solve important biological problems. We welcome inquiries from graduate students who wish to work at this interface.
In general, Area VII draws graduate students from a broad range of backgrounds, and with a wide variety of objectives for graduate study. It is the culture of MIT to encourage students to take the initiative to tailor their graduate program accordingly.
—Collin Stultz and Louis Braida, Area VII co-chairs
BioMed related seminar series
- Micro/Nanotechnology Seminar Series, Thursdays at 3pm (refreshments at 2:45) in RLE Haus Room 36-428
- the CSAIL Biomedical Imaging and Analysis Seminar Series 2011-12, Fridays,
in the Stata Center, room 32-D507
- the CSAIL Brains and Machines Seminar Series 2011-12, held in MIT Bldg 46 on Tuesdays and Thursday. Consult the website for specifics.