The Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering is a jointly offered program between The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and UT Health San Antonio.
The program is designed to build on the scientific interactions and cooperation between the biomedical engineering and clinical scientists of the UT Health San Antonio and the engineering and basic science faculty at the UTSA. Because engineers, basic scientists, and clinicians will participate in the education and training of each student, the new graduates from this program will be uniquely trained in the fundamental sciences and engineering related to medicine.
The objective of the program is to train students in the use of basic biomedical engineering approaches for the investigation of fundamental bioengineering questions associated with the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.
Students interested in this program apply through UTSA.
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Graduation, student, faculty and institutional statistics for Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D.
Marcus Webster Discipline Coordinator
Jean Jiang Biomedical Engineering Discipline Director
“I was drawn to the joint program because of the opportunities at both campuses as well as the resources of both campuses. This program inherently embeds medicine into it.”Francisca Acosta, 3rd year student