The Department of Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering is the only academic unit, nationally, to share programs in these disciplines. Our programs are human-centered and focused on improving today's complex human-technical systems.
Wright State assistant professor Subhashini Ganapathy is collaborating with Jim Gruenberg, deputy director of Wright State’s National Center for Medical Readiness at Calamityville, on research that aims to improve communication and decision making among first responders during a disaster.
Ulas Sunar, right, Ohio Research Scholar for Medical Imaging and Biomedical Imaging Laboratory director, is developing an endoscope to detect and treat cancer. He is pictured with researchers Jeremy Kress, left, and Dan Rohrbach.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Wright State University’s online graduate programs in education, engineering and business as among the best in the nation in 2016!
The Industrial and Human Factors Engineering program offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science was ranked 41th among 83 schools, topping both the University of Arizona and the University of Florida.
Students of all levels from medical, biomedical engineering, and biomedical sciences, residents, fellows, and advisors are invited to participate in this open forum to develop strong academic and industry partnerships. Join us as we work together to move the best ideas into the marketplace.
Abstract submission deadline: March 1, 2016