A. The Department of Biomedical Engineering uses the same general graduate admission requirements as the College of Engineering.
B. Students who hold a Bachelor’s degree in a field other than engineering may be admitted to the graduate program and to candidacy upon completion of appropriate undergraduate courses, in addition to the regular requirements for the graduate degree.
Laurea in Electronic Engineering (5 year Italian Degree) Specialization: Biomedical Engineering Thesis: "Time-Frequency representation of Biomedical Signals"
Biomedical Engineering Thesis Project: Science is Expensive!
Kathryn Tringale is a Clinical Neurotechnology Research Assistant in the Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Kathryn is responsible for collecting primary research data by running sessions with participants enrolled in the BrainGate clinical trial. She joined the BrainGate team in the fall of 2010 as an undergraduate Biomedical Engineering student at Brown University. She was awarded the Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award to conduct research in the field of communication for people with paralysis using neural interfaces. Her research under Leigh Hochberg, M.D., Ph.D. culminated in her Honors Biomedical Engineering thesis, which was awarded the Domenico A. Ionada Fund for her demonstration of creativity and imagination in an independent project. Kathryn received her ScB in Biomedical Engineering from Brown University in May 2012, graduating with Honors and as a member of the Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Xi honor societies. She plans to attend medical school to continue studying and researching neurology and biomedical technology.