Teach university students about biomedical engineering.
What does a Biomedical Engineering Professor do?
Biomedical Engineering Professors play a key role in uniting the world of engineering with the field of medicine, while passing this knowledge on to future generations. If you’re a Biomedical Engineering Professor, you have the resources to pursue groundbreaking research-often with the help of your class-and teach students about your work. Equipment like an artificial heart is just one of the life-saving devices you can create through the fusion of engineering and medicine.
As a Biomedical Engineering Professor, you’re in charge of teaching classes, presenting university lectures, and keeping regular office hours to help students outside of class. You prepare lesson plans and teach students key concepts in your field. Beyond these basics, however, you engage students in real-world research projects to develop or improve new technologies in the medical field.
In your free time, you perform your own research, and help develop everything from new medical machines to more efficient ways of using old equipment. The role of a Biomedical Engineering Professor gives you the freedom not only to satisfy your love of teaching, but also to put your skills to good use in research labs and hospitals. In addition, you’ll write papers to publish in magazines and prestigious medical journals.
Looking around, it’s not hard to see the impact your work has on others. Whether it’s a graduate who goes on to discover a life-saving device or a patient whose health was improved by one of your machines, your work saves the lives of thousands every day.