The University of Colorado Denver Department of Bioengineering is the first of its kind in Colorado. As a dual-campus program, shared between CU Denver and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, the program provides unprecedented instructional resources in bioengineering and research opportunities in health sciences. Students have opportunities to interact with clinicians and engineers and to perform research or medical device design in world-class hospitals and clinical research labs.
Explore research that combines the fundamentals of engineering and the science of medicine.
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is a world-class medical destination at the forefront of transformative education, science, medicine and healthcare.
BioScience 3 is slated to open April 2020. It will house a professional design and technology development studio for medical device innovation, a clean room to support bio-fluidics research, new bioengineering research labs, and a state-of-the-art Assistive Technology research center. This complements the recently built BioScience 2 building where bioengineering students learn how to apply engineering skills and knowledge to solve important clinical problems.
In March 2019, Keith Neeves joined the Department of Bioengineering as professor and director of new initiatives, bringing with him a reputable lab, an extensive research portfolio and unprecedented enthusiasm. “Professor Neeves has established himself as a fantastic teacher and a global leader in research,” says Dean Martin Dunn. Prior to CU Denver he was faculty at Colorado School of Mines.