The Master Biomedical Engineering has four specializations:
- Bioengineering technologies is about developing technologies that can contribute to the recovery of diseased of damaged tissue, such as bone, blood vessels or organs.
- Imaging and in vitro diagnostics focuses on techniques for visualizing and interpreting the processes in cells and bodies (such as acoustics, ultrasound and magnetism).
- Physiological signals and systems focuses on the central nervous system: for example, you analyze models of the brain, or you examine how electrical stimuli can repair disturbed body functions.
- Biorobotics is about the application of robotics and mechatronic in medicine and healthcare, which you investigate from a mechatronic pint of view.