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The healthcare industry continues to grow along with more and more dependence on medical technology. Machine learning, engineering, digital and mobile technologies are revolutionising the global healthcare landscape.

Biomedical Engineering Program

Biomedical engineers design, test, modify and evaluate medical equipment used to treat patients. With this rewarding work, biomedical engineers are able to improve people’s quality of life and general health.

Knowledge acquired:

· Biology

· Medical science

· Artificial intelligence

· Mechanical engineering

· Information technology

· Physical therapy and machine learning

· Electrical and electronic engineering

Innovation:

· Create bionic organs

· Develop artificial devices to replace body parts

· Uncover better ways to diagnose diseases early at the molecular level without invasive surgery



Potential career opportunities in:

· Rehabilitation engineering

· Clinical engineering

· Bioinstrumentation and biomedical device companies

· Biotechnology and biomechanics manufacturing companies

· Biomedical research

Large biomedical technology companies in Australia and abroad:

General Electric

Johnston & Johnston

Siemens

Medtronic

Toshiba

Cochlear

CSL

ResMed

Genetic Counselling Program