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    of science, in addition to my desire to be helpful. I found myself scanning the list majors that different colleges had to offer, eventually stumbling upon biomedical engineering. Initially, I knew very little about the field, assuming they mostly worked with prosthetics. However, as I did more research into the major, I learned biomedical engineers create devices beyond prosthetics, such as machines to replace a working heart or more efficient medical equipment. This major also allowed for the

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    The biomedical research field is a very important field. Its important because whenever we need medications its because a biomedical researcher found a way to cure the illness. Biomedical researcher are always looking for a way to cure things. The researchers are a huge help to society because they are always looking to expand healthcare with new medications and vaccinations. I find biomedical research to be a very good career because it helps us and its very interesting to learn about how we keep

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    Biomedical engineers dedicate their job to solving real world applications with their advance research and development of tools. Biomedical engineers are highly educated scientists that create, analyze, and install biomedical equipment. They apply their fundamental education of engineering and biology to solve problems in healthcare and pharmaceuticals fields. Their job is very complex and their products are essential to the many clients who depend on it. Some hi-tech mechanisms they create are

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    Biomedical Engineers use math and biology skills everyday so they have to have a high interest in math and biology. Biomedical Engineers must be “thinkers” and “doers”. Biomedical Engineers have to have a high general learning ability, verbal aptitude, numerical aptitude and spatial perception. Based on this criteria I think that Biomedical Engineering would be a great career for me to pursue. Biomedical Engineers design, develop and evaluate medical

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    My name is Dylan Czupik, and I am interested in going into the Biomedical Engineering field, not just to help people with disabilities, but to improve humanity in general. Biomedical engineering is most commonly used to restore something that has been lost to a person, such as those who have lost an arm being given a prosthetic arm, or giving an artificial heart to someone who’s heart has given out. Mainly, it is used to restore their body to a normal human level. I, however wish to go beyond this

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    Biomedical Engineering Websites related to Biomedical Engineering http://www.livescience.com/48001-biomedical-engineering.html From this website I learned the biomedical engineers work to improve the lives of people through the medical field. Biomedical engineers do not only work to help treat people in the present, but they work to improve and simplify the medical field for the future. Before reading this article, I was unaware that the field on biomedical engineering was behind the inventions

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    models for biomedical research has been a widely debated subject for decades. On one side of the argument, animal models are critical components for the development and treatment of human medicine. Without the use of common lab animals, research progress would be slower, and thus more lives would be lost due to the lack of research as it pertains to certain diseases. On the other side of the argument, some believe that it is completely unnecessary for animals to be used in human research, with many

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    ethics of animal testing. The federal agencies that can regulate biomedical research are the Public Health Service (PHS) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), they implement federal regulations through the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). The PHS base their policy animal subject use on The Health Research Extension Act of 1985. The policy covers living vertebrate animals for PHS supported research, training, or biological testing. (Main agencies included in PHS

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    estimated 25 million or more animals are used yearly in the U.S. These animals are commonly used in biomedical research as “models” for human disease, they are also used in basic biomedical research which is research for general understanding. Not only are animals used in biomedical research but, behavioral research as well, such as psychology and addiction studies, military, space, and agricultural research, product development and drug testing, as well as science education. Animals shouldn’t be used

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    Biomedical Ethics Involving Cultural Research One Benin girl stood at the shinny bared glass window looking out at the luscious green trees and bright grass. She itched and itched and itched, all the while looking out at what she could not have. The doctor came in saying, “I’m sorry but you just can’t go outside. With your Buruli Ulcer case, you could die within minutes by an infection.” There was nothing she could say, so she just nodded. His footsteps echoed as he walked out of her stainless

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