The newly opened $26 million Center for Bioengineering, which houses BME and the Center for Biotechnology, represents an outstanding resource for further growth and recruitment in bioengineering at Stony Brook.
Dr. Bajali Sitharaman received a $1.5 million NIH Directorâ€™s New Innovator Award in 2010 to develop theranostic technology for the detection and treatment of bone loss. Integrating medicine and materials science, his lab works to bioengineer bone healing.
In Dr. Lilliane Mujica-Parodi’s lab, biomedical engineers, neuroscientists, applied mathematicians, and others collaborate on a complex systems approach to quantifying and qualifying human stress.
The National Research Council places BME among the top 10 graduate programs in its disciplinary area for Research Activity and among the top 5 for Student Outcomes. Read More
A recent recipient of an NIH career-development award, Dr. Jonathan Liu brings medical need and engineering expertise to bear on the development of in vivo point-of-care and surgical-imaging technologies.
Cutting Edge Research
Our faculty are involved in cutting-edge research in the areas of biomechanics, biomaterials, bionanotechnology, read more
The department serves as the home for the Center for Biotechnology, one of New York's fifteen centers for advanced technology. read more
We pride ourselves in not only offering the best facilities in the field, but also in the access that all of our students have to them.read more
Dr. Richard Clark, Director for the Center of Tissue Engineering at Stony Brook University, has had an abiding interest in wound healing for 30 years, read more
The BME programs are structured to impart a rigorous, cross-disciplinary training in education. read more
Ongoing biomedical research combined with unique facilities at the university, Brookhaven. read more
Our undergraduate program has ABET accredition and offers several pathways for students. read more