There are many ways in which the School of Biomedical Engineering is actively engaged with clinical education and research. As a biomedical engineering student looking to gain clinical experience, we invite you to explore the opportunities below.

Clinical Immersion Program
Full-time, 7-week summer program

Participate in emergent events such as trauma activations and emergency obstetric cases at the University of Colorado Health Clinical Education and Innovation Center. Make rotations through specific areas that rely on medical devices and biomedical technology. This program can provide you with experiences that will help you understand the environment and constraints that must be considered for successful design of medical devices.

 

Prosthetic Innovation in Ecuador
Short-term (9 days) study abroad program

Looking to gain experience with patients? Interested in studying abroad? The Prosthetic Innovation in Ecuador program is an opportunity to learn about prosthetic fabrication and biomedical engineering needs in developing countries. Combine experiential learning with an opportunity to study in Quito, Ecuador for nine days. Open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors.