Transform Procedural Medicine with a
Master of Engineering in
Surgery and Intervention
Over the past several decades, laboratory research has accomplished dramatic breakthroughs in biomedical science, but the ability to translate those findings and make new discoveries remains a challenge and is often characterized as the bottleneck of clinical translation.
In response to this need, Vanderbilt University School of Engineering, in partnership with the Vanderbilt Institute for Surgery and Engineering (VISE), launched a master of engineering in surgery and intervention — a specialized, rigorous engineering graduate program that will prepare the next generation of engineers to address challenges and envision solutions at the interface of engineering and medicine.
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The Future of Healthcare Technology:
Robotic Interventions, Technology-Guided Therapy,
and Surgical Data Science
Healthcare professionals today, and specifically surgeons, are experiencing the benefits of technological advancements that are developed by surgical engineering professionals who have harnessed the power of automation and data to augment healthcare procedures and services. Learn more about these technological advances and what it could mean for your future career in our informative digital resource.
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At Vanderbilt School of Engineering, we believe in increasing innovation in procedural medicine.
What is Innovation in Procedural Medicine? Getting an Engineering Degree in Surgery and Intervention