P.C. Rossin College of
Engineering and Applied Science

Bioengineering research is primarily driven by the goal of solving problems related to human health through application of scientific and engineering principles.

Our focus at Lehigh is on modern computational and data science, integrated biomedical devices for diagnostics and sensing, and novel biomaterials and therapies.

Learn more about Bioengineering core and affiliated faculty research in these themes, below.

 

BIOCOMPUTATIONS AND MODELING

Biocomputations and ModelingFrom molecular modeling and bioinformatics at the biomolecular scale, through modeling of cells, tissues, and biofluids, to health informatics, computational and data sciences are revolutionizing bioengineering.

Areas of research include: Biomolecular Modeling, Bioinformatics, Bioengineering Systems & Controls, Biophysics, Modeling of Biological Systems, Computational Bioengineering, Data Analytics and Biomedical Image Analysis

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DIAGNOSTICS, SENSORS & DEVICES

The development of diagnostic and sensing devices that help to identify, treat, and prevent disease are reshaping the delivery of medical care.

Areas of research include: Biomedical Imaging, Biophotonics, BioMEMS, Biosensors, Microfluidics, Bioelectronics, Medical Devices

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MATERIALS AND THERAPIES

Many novel therapies are enabled by biomaterials innovation at the molecular through micro-scales. It’s a field situated squarely at an intersection of disciplines where Lehigh enjoys significant, demonstrable strength.

Areas of research include: Biomaterials, Molecular Bioengineering, Biopharmaceutical Engineering, Cell & Tissue Engineering, Neuroengineering, Biofluid & Solid Mechanics, Biomolecular & Cellular Mechanics, Environmental Bioengineering

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