What IF we could engineer better health?

Although Purdue isn’t home to a medical school, you wouldn’t know it by the research being done to advance healthcare. In a recent visit to campus, Miles O’Brien, award-winning science correspondent for “PBS Newshour”, visited the labs of Purdue researchers all working on innovative technologies. What he discovered is that engineering health is a purposeful passion among Purdue’s best and brightest.

Pedro Irazoqui, Professor and Head (interim) of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Reilly Professor of Biomedical Engineering


Jacqueline Linnes, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering


Eric A. Nauman, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Professor of Basic Medical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering, (by Courtesy), Director of Honors Programs, College of Engineering

Thomas M. Talavage, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor of Biomedical Engineering



Rahim Rahimi, Assistant Professor of Materials Engineering


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