In the Biomedical Engineering (BME) graduate program, you'll advance health care by using the latest experimental and computational techniques at the intersection of biology, medicine, and engineering. You can focus on topics in biomaterials, tissue engineering, orthopedics, medical devices, molecular therapies, bioinstrumentation, cardiovascular, biosensors, and ergonomics/human factors engineering or chart your own path in an area of mutual interest with one of our renowned faculty.

Research areas include:

  • bioinstrumentation
  • biomechanics
  • biomaterials

For programmatic questions, please contact Dr. Seth Donahue, Professor and Director of the BME graduate program, at 413-545-6366 or swdonahue [at] umass [dot] edu.