[2014] Kaniz Kanta: BioEngjineering

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[2014] Kaniz Kanta: BioEngjineering

Biomedical Engineer

What type of work do people in this career perform?

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They may be involved in testing the performance of new or proposed products. Government positions often involve product testing and safety as well as establishing safety standards for devices.They may also build customized devices for special health care or research needs and sometimes collaborate with other researchers in such backgrounds as medicine, physiology, and nursing.http://biomedical.cua.edu

~Bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering~Masters in the science of biomedical engineering~Ph.D~Design skills and being able to analys and interpret information such as design specifications

Working Conditions~They usually work normal business hours, but may work long hours on projects or be available after hours if they work for a hospital.~Work in offices, factories, research institutes, hospitals and rehabilitation units.http://www.careers.govt.nz/jobs/health/biomedical-engineer/about-the-job

What kind of education and skills are needed for this type of work?

Salary: $I29,770 Annual$62.39 Hourlyhttp://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes172031.htm

Major responsibilites of Biomedical Engineers~Need to be licsenced in all 50 states.~Design models for researches and doctors. ~Create programs or visual aids.

Is there a demand for this job in the future?There definitely is a demand for this job in the future because the medical field is still growing and expanding on multiple occasions as people will always be in need of better medical devices which require more biomedical engineers.

Professor Fung is recognized as the father of biomechanics because he established the biomechanic properties in many of the human body organs and tissues. He is known to study the remodeling, growth and resorption of tissues as a foundation of tissue engineering.


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