Berkeley Bioengineering is now ranked #7 in the nation among undergraduate bioengineering programs in the US News & World Report college rankings, released this week.
Showcasing their bottomless energy, compassion, and drive to help, Berkeley Bioengineers have launched themselves into efforts to study the COVID-19 virus and outbreak, mitigate its effects, and support victims and caregivers. The list below is just a short summary of the many, many efforts of our students, faculty and alumni.
US News and World Report has ranked the UC Berkeley-UCSF Graduate Program in Bioengineering FOURTH among bioengineering graduate programs in the US. UC Berkeley remains the #3 engineering school, and our partner UCSF the #6 overall medical school.
The undergraduate Berkeley Bioengineering program was ranked #9 in the nation in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, released today.
It gives us great pleasure to announce Berkeley Bioengineering’s next Department Chair, Professor Sanjay Kumar! Kumar joined our faculty in 2005, and will be taking the reins from Professor Dan Fletcher, who will return to his normal teaching and research duties with our sincere thanks.
Professor Terry Johnson and MTM Director Moose O’Donnell joined other University of California faculty at the 2019 BioMedical Engineering Education Summit Meeting May 29-31. Sponsored by the BMES Council of Chairs, the summit evaluates the current state of educational approaches in BME and fosters progress and improvement that addresses future national challenges.
Early this fall we challenged our students to produce videos illustrating the Bioengineering Department — in under 20 seconds. Check out their work!
The Department of Bioengineering undergraduate program is one again ranked #7 in the United State in the US News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, released today.
The 2018 Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU), an assessment of 500 top institutions around the globe by the ShanghaiRanking Consultancy, placed UC Berkeley at #3 in the world in the field of Biotechnology. Hey, that’s us! Go BioE Bears!