Bioinstrumentation is the application of electronics and measurement techniques to help develop devices for use in diagnosis and treatment of disease. A main focus in this area is to train engineers who can design instruments to further enhance the quality of health care.
Research Faculty in this Area
Dr. Khosrow Behbehani | Faculty profile
Dean of Engineering and Professor
Respiratory and anesthesia device design and analysis, microprocessor-based control design for biomedical systems, computer modeling of biomedical systems
Dr. Hanli Liu | Faculty profile
Faculty Profile: Medical instrumentation and imaging
Minimally invasive and non-invasive spectroscopy and imaging of tissue, optical diffuse imaging for cancer prognosis and brain activity monitoring