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Graduate Experiential Learning
Meet a Biomed Dragon

Careers in Biomedical Engineering

David Jamison

Alumni, PhD in Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering and Biomechanics Expert, Robson Forensic

Graduate Co-op

See from first-hand student experiences why Drexel graduate co-op is not only better than a 3-month internship, but the best way to get a job after graduating with an MS degree.

Adam Eichen

Artificial Intelligence Co-op at Lockheed Martin
MS Student, Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business (IBEB)

Aarti Kamath

Graduate Co-op at B.Braun Medical Inc.
MS in Biomedical Engineering, Graduate Co-op

Victoria Nash

Product Development (Gene Therapy) Co-op at Spark Therapeutics
Graduate Student, Biomedical Engineering

Alternative to Medical School: PhD in BME

Meet Karissa Barbarevech, a PhD Student in Biomedical Engineering. Learn how Karissa found a supportive and collaborative environment to pursue life saving & life enhancing research.

Karissa Barbarevech

PhD Student in Biomedical Engineering

Coulter Fellowship Program

Coulter Fellows interact with teams that are submitting proposals, as well as the licensing managers at the Tech Commercialization team of Drexel Ventures. Interviewing clinicians in the field of use may be required. This work will result in a market assessment report that will inform the strategic business plan for each project that submits a proposal to the Coulter program.

Chiranjiv Chevli

Associate Validation Engineer, Baxter Healthcare
MS in Biomedical Engineering, Coulter Fellow

Jessica Nabitovsky

Technology Analyst, Accenture
MS in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business (IBEB), Coulter Fellow

Harshita Shah

Masters Program, Integrated Biomed Engineering & Business
School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems

MS in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business (IBEB), Coulter Fellow

GAANN iCare for Healthcare Fellowship

As part of the U.S. Department of Education's Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Program, the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems (BIOMED) at Drexel University has established a unique doctoral training program that will contribute to the development of a highly skilled workforce in the interdisciplinary research areas.

Andy Abbate

GAANN Fellow with Research Interests in Human Factors for Medical Devices
PhD Candidate in Biomedical Science, GAANN Fellow

Daphney Chery

GAANN Fellow with Research Interests in Nanomechanics
PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering, GAANN Fellow