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5 years ago
Hi,

I'm currently a Mechanical Engineering major but for graduate school, I intend to study Biomedical Engineering. My interest is in artificial organs and prosthetics.

How can I successfully gain entry into those fields?

Is research in artificial organs and prosthetics done mostly in academia or industry?
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5 years ago
industry?

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I have two friends that do this. They work long hours and are on-call 24/7 - it's painful. Let's say someone needs a value, they make it almost in real-time, based on the patient's specifications. Both of my friends got into it without even going to school for it. One was studying biology, became a teacher, couldn't find a job as a teacher, so found work in this industry.
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