Biomedical engineering is the applied science of combining engineering and biomedicine. Its purpose is to advance health care treatment by using engineering in biology and medicine. Biomedical engineers design devices and equipment used for diagnosis, monitoring, and therapies for health care.
In this week’s edition of the Top Career 100 interview series, Felicia Gopaul, founder and president of the College Funding Resources, will be interviewing, Monique Frize, a professional who specialize in the newly emerged field of biomedical engineering.
Monique worked as a biomedical engineer in hospitals for 18 years before serving as a professor in biomedical and electrical engineering for 20 years. She has published two books: “The Bold and the Brave: A history of women in science and engineering” and “Ethics for Bioengineers”.
Let’s join Felicia as she talks with our Biomedical Engineer guest Monique Aubry and discuss interesting things about her career, including:
- What brought her in the field of biomedical engineer
- How a biomedical engineer analyzes and provides solutions to a problems that biologists and physicians are commonly facing
- What is the most important issue that biomedical engineers face on a daily basis?
- What is it like to work in the field of biomedical engineering?
- Her advice to someone who’s considering a career in biomedical field.
To know more about the profession visit the National Academy of Engineering .
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