Our research is highly interdisciplinary and involves extensive collaborations with departments from all faculties in the College and leading London hospitals, as well as international universities and research centres. There are five themes:
- Biomechanics and mechanobiology
- Detection, devices, design
- Human and biological robotics
- Molecular and cellular bioengineering
- Implants and regenerative medicine
- Neural engineering
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We offer opportunities to study at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Find out more about the courses available in the Department:
Darshan Shah a PhD student from Dr Angela Kedgley's research group
Professor Jimmy Moore and PhD student Samira Jamalian in the lab
Professor Anthony Bull and HRH Prince Harry at the official opening of the RBL Centre for Blast Injury Studies
Rehabilitation engineering student project demonstrated at project day
Mr Holloway, academic tutor collects his best lecturer award at a Department celebration.
PhD student and Paralympic athlete Dave Henson with with running blades