College of Biomedical Engineering

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Established in 2015 by Taipei Medical University, the newest College of Biomedical Engineering (CBME) reflects the tradition of Taipei Medical University in the cross disciplinary research at the intersection of medicine, science, and engineering. Faculties in the CBME have a variety of backgrounds and research areas, but all are dedicated to improving human health through the applications of engineering and scientific principles.

The CBME aspires to be a model institution to provide exciting educational programs with superior quality at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The CBME of Taipei Medical University is the only one college of biomedical engineering to provide students as the interns in the cooperated hospitals in Taiwan. Furthermore, the internationally-directed CBME also provides dual degree programs, scholar exchange programs and research collaborations for students with leading institutes such as University of Southern California, Case Western Reserve University and Nanyang Technological University. Graduates of our programs in the CBME are developed as the highly skilled biomedical engineers who perceive and spread the ethical, social, and economic implications of their work.

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    Projects

    開發微流道粒線體傳輸晶片用於懸浮幹細胞治療(1/5)

    Fan, Y.

    2/1/201/31/21

    Project: A - Government Institutionb - Ministry of Science and Technology

    以新穎微管陣列膜做為長效性內分泌療法載體對缺氧性器官損傷之修護效能評估(1/4)

    Lundy, D.

    2/1/201/31/21

    Project: A - Government Institutionb - Ministry of Science and Technology

    奈米陣列結構應用於可調控細胞行為之人工微環境元件材料設計與製程開發

    Yang, T.

    1/1/2012/31/20

    Project: C - Project of Alliancei - National Taipei University of Technology

    Research Output

    A bi-phase core–shell structure of Mg-based bulk metallic glass for application in orthopedic fixation implants

    Song, S. M., Wong, P. C., Chiang, C. W., Tsai, P. H., Jang, J. S. C. & Chen, C. H., Jun 2020, In : Materials Science and Engineering C. 111, 110783.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access