Sambhav Jain

How is the typical day of a Bio Medical Engineer?

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RE: How is the typical day of a Bio Medical Engineer?

Deepak Rana
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The biomedical engineers have a challenging job to work with the medical industry and design engineering solutions. The cause is very noble and that is what drives them in their work. On a typical day a biomedical engineer works on the following tasks:

- Designing artificial organs and other devices that will be used to replace body parts. A lot of research and planning goes behind it.
- Testing biomedical equipment to see if it is functional, effective and is working nicely.
- Installing biomedical equipment and taking care of the maintenance part which is a prolonged activity.
- Collaborating with others in the medical field including medical scientists, life scientists and chemists to make sure that all the tasks are completed successfully in time.

Please see the video below to get an idea of how do bio-medical engineers spend their day.

RE: How is the typical day of a Bio Medical Engineer?

manojjnu Kumar
manojjnu Kumar

Day of Bio Medical Engineer is very normal but for others it looks typical like working in an isolated condition and resolving system based complexities are the typical job they do. Of course thier day to day journey of research is full of challanges and work tirelessly. They have capability to handle multiassignments and assess the situation and then find the time for themselves. Maintaining the balance between research and social life is a big deal as we know both aspects of life are equally important.


In fact you are interested to know thier professional conduct how they carry out their research work which seems to be a genetic engineer deals with very sensitive molecules -RNA/DNA/Protein of living being.
They have very disceplined routine as you know they conduct the experimentation 24x7 as per the need of experimentation accordingly they set their biological clock though many helping hands are there like lab attendent, technician, juniour research fellow, senior research fellow, research assitant. scientists, postdocs and work either independently and jointly both. Based on the need of project they discuss the matter time to time and review the progress if they struggle with any bottleneck then try to crack it either in colleboration or right research project proposal for financial support at national and international level. In india several research funding agencies are available to help them financially like DBT, DST, ICMR provide not only fundings rather they ahve research institutions whein scientists work day night and produce result which provide the new dimension in society. As you know they define the problem first and then go for detail propsal which gous for stringent review panel of expert scientists in the same area.

After getting a fund they start to work under the given mandates of project. so it is not a monpoy at research side one has to take care of scientific ethics, logistic approach and afterall one has justify the entire research funding by showing the credential in scientific world. They are bound to publish the data in meaningful manner which takes the shape of patent, publication, copyright etc.
I hope these inputs will serve your purpose at a glance.

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