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    consistently to become a person I am today. Challenges never blurred my vision of life. I am glad to possess this innate desire to learn and explore. (ABRUBT ho raha hai)As doing undergraduate in Biomedical Engineering, I look forward to refine my knowledge and skills in my areas of interest through Master’s of Engineering Course in University of Ottawa, which will provide me a platform to engage in intensive and innovative research in future.(already mentioned in the paragragh highlighted below. Talk about

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    Scope of the Engineering Profession The nature and range of work done by Biomedical Engineers Biomedical engineering is the application of a variety of different engineering principles and concepts in order to advance the biology and health care fields. Biomedical engineers often work closely with doctors and medical researchers in order to improve on existing medical techniques, often involving the implementation of technology, or creating solutions to new and arising problems in the medical field

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    Several well-wishers suggested that I choose medicine or engineering and pursue in one of those fields since I had done biology

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    Biomedical engineering involves biological research and engineering principles. Engineers in this field develop devices and procedures to be used in medical and healthcare technology fields. Along with that, engineers work with doctors, therapists, and researchers to develop systems and equipment to solve clinical problems. To enter this line of work, engineers in biological science must have at least a bachelor's degree in engineering and biology. To get a full time job you must, ideally, have

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    Planning and research is important when trying to succeed in any endeavor. A career goal is no different. My goal is to become a biomedical engineer because it is a diverse subject with interdisciplinary opportunities, and it can be extremely helpful to other individuals with various ailments. There are many aspects to each type of career, and they should all be considered when choosing a job or field. Some of the most critical factors in career planning include considering the necessary education

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    Biomedical Engineering is a broad area of study because it utilizes varying disciplines of engineering and applies them to medicine. The field within the Biomedical Engineering discipline that I would like to enter into is scientific research and development (R&D) services (1). This field focuses greatly on identifying problems in a clinical environment and designing solutions. These problems can be in regards to medical devices, diagnostic machinery, biomaterials, and many other aspects of the medical

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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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    college and study to become a biomedical engineer. Biomedical engineers analyze and design solutions to problems in biology and medicine. The overall goal is to improve the quality and effectiveness of patient care. However, I have to have bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering. Or I can get a bachelor’s degree in a different field of engineering and then receive either a graduate degree in biomedical engineering or an on-the-job training in biomedical engineering. There is mandatory safety

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    prosperous biomedical engineer. Even within biomedical engineering there are many distinct fields, and I am most interested in rehabilitation biomedical engineering. I would like to be somewhere where I can help those with disabilities to become proficient in anything they aspire to do; Additionally, I would like to be a part of the design process, although I have an interest in research as well. In order to fulfill this dream, I want to get a bachelors degree in biomedical engineering. While I

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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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