The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Biomedical Engineering (OCIBME) offers a multi-disciplinary programs at the masters and Ph.D. level. The main objective is to enhance students’ abilities to solve biological and medical problems through the application of engineering principles. This objective is achieved through a combination of graduate course work, directed and individual study, research thesis work, and various forms of oral and written presentations. OCIBME welcomes applicants from a wide variety of academic backgrounds, including: engineering, science, computer science, biomedical sciences, health sciences, or a related discipline.
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Each graduate student that has a research thesis or research project must have a supervisor who is a member of the OCIBME (applicants can refer to the Faculty list) and a faculty member from one of the seven participating units (co-supervision with an adjunct professor or faculty member from another unit is also possible):