Bioengineering is a new department at George Mason University. Learn about the faculty, programs, and research activities. • Accreditation of the bachelors of science degree in Bioengineering by ABET in 2013
• Development of on-line education through our launch of a Bioengineering 101 distance learning program.
• Creation of a “Bioengineering Health Informatics” concentration for our students to meet the rapidly expanding employment demands for this area.
• 190 students enrolled in our undergraduate Bioengineering major.
• Outstanding students: 35% of new Bioengineering freshman are honors students with 3 of the 20 new University Scholars declaring Bioengineering as their major.
• Bioengineering PhD program plan approved by the Mason Board of Visitors
• New hire: Dr. Laurence Bray, Research Assistant Professor, with expertise in neuromorphic engineering and computational neuroscience joined the department.