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Biomedical Engineering Programme is to provide high quality education for transforming the armatures into professionals, capable of applying knowledge of Basic Sciences and Fundamental Engineering, to take up the challenges in health care sector and instill in them the attitudes, values and vision for continued training and inculcate leadership abilities in their chosen careers

It aims to develop skills enabling Biomedical Engineers to serve the Hospitals, National and International Industries and Government Agencies. It builds a strong foundation and develops technical skills to work professionally in the areas such as Nanotechnology and Microsystems, Rehabilitation Engineering, Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Medical Instrumentation, Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Robotics in Medicine, Networking and Information systems in hospitals; to develop core competency in the field of Biomedical Engineering to gain technical expertise in biology and medicine for effective contribution in the development and improvement of health care solutions & to train and motivate students for pursuing higher education and research for developing cutting edge technologies. This program is accredited by National Board of Accreditation for a period of three years with effect from the Academic Year 2018-19.



“Design, Develop and Care - We do it all”

Core areas
  • Emphasis on design and development of Medical Instruments in hospitals.
  • Focuses on various latest imaging modalities such as CT, MRI, Ultrasound, PET and SPECT.
  • Application of Robotics in Medicine.
  • Introduction to Microsystems and Nanotechnology.
  • Rehabilitation Engineering.
  • Biological Modeling and Simulation.
  • Networking and Information systems in Medicine.
  • Covers basics of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Electronic Design and software.
Higher studies
  • M.E , M.Tech and PhD programmes in IITs and Universities.
  • MS and PhD programmes in top rank Universities abroad and in India.
  • MBA programmes in business schools.
Alumni
  • Placed in companies such as L&T, Wipro GE Medical Systems, Philips, Siemens, Maquet, Transasia, B-Braun, Zeel Medicals, Drager Medical, etc.
  • Serving hospitals such as P. D. Hinduja Hospital and Research Centre, Asian Heart Hospital, Hurkisandas Hospital, etc.
  • Consultant to International Medical Company.
  • Software industries such as J P Morgan, TCS, Accenture, Patni, etc.
  • Scientist in research institutes.
  • Pursing Masters and Doctorate programmes in Universities abroad such as Duke, Yale, Michigan, Purdue, etc. and IITs in India.
Our Alumni : Our Pride
  • Anuj Kapadia : Ph.D guide at Duke University Medical Physics.
    Ph.D (Biomedical Engg.) Duke University.
    Area of Specialization: Neuroscience.
    B.E. (Biomedical Engg) University of Mumbai. DJSCOE.
  • Sunil Patil : Research Scientist at Siemens Corporate Research, Inc.
    Ph.D (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) University of Basel.
    Area of Specialization: Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
    M.Sc (Biomedical Signal Processing) University of Dundee.
    B.E. (Biomedical Engg) University of Mumbai. DJSCOE.
  • Parin Dedhia : Founder of Ikube Technologies
    Currently pursuing M.S. Cornell University.
    Area of Interest: Instrumentation.
    B.E. (Biomedical Engineering) University of Mumbai. DJSCOE.
  • Kritika Gupta : Staff scientist at St. Jude Medical
    Area of Specialization: Cardiac Rhythm Management.
    M.S. (Biomedical Engineering) Duke University.
    B.E. (Biomedical Engineering) University of Mumbai. DJSCOE.
    University Gold medalist (2007-2008).
  • Harsh Mehta : Founder and CEO BIOSURGE HEALTHCARE INDIA PVT LTD,
    B. E. (Biomedical Engineering) University of Mumbai

DJSCOE

  • Vivek Bhatia :M.S. (Biomedical Engineering) University of Michigan.
  • Area of Specialization: Medical Imaging Systems.
  • Darshan Shah : Research Associate, Duke University
    M.S. (Biomedical Engineering), Duke University.
    Area of Specialization: Cardiovascular Studies.
Excerpts from the desk of Industry Experts:

Mr. Tushar N Pistolwala
CS Modality Manager- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Siemens Ltd
There is a huge growth potential in the sector of health care due to Shortage of medical care in rural areas and ultramodern clinic complexes in the big cities in India. Rising income levels, ageing population, growing health awareness and changing attitude towards preventive healthcare is expected to boost healthcare services demand in future.

According to India’s Planning Commission, more than two-thirds of the country’s population of roughly
1.2 billion people live in rural areas – exactly where there is still a serious shortage of basic medical care. There is immense scope for enhancing healthcare services penetration in India. This presents ample opportunity for development of the healthcare industry which means there will be demand for Biomedical Engineers to cater to this rapidly growing sector.

Mr. Prashant Kamarikar, CEO,
Pacific Aesthetic India Pvt. Ltd
Biomedical Engineers are in demand at research and development organizations, medical equipment manufacturing companies, state of art hospitals, teaching institutions, and well established corporates like GE, Wipro, Siemens, L & T, ECIL, SCL, and BEL. There are also ample opportunities for carrying out advanced research in universities abroad. There are diverse areas and fields, in which they can work. They can work in areas like medical equipments manufacturing, molecular, cellular and tissue engineering as Clinical Engineers, Biomechanics Engineer, Bioinstrumentation Engineer, Business Managers, Professors, Research Scientists, Technical Writers, Systems Physiology Engineers, etc.

With the increase in population, the number of people who require healthcare facilities is on the rise. So, there is immense scope of Biomedical Engineers in the times to come. There is very high demand for professionals in healthcare in countries outside India.

Meeta Ruparel , Director/ Proprietor,
AUM MEDITEC, Mumbai, India.
I started a techno-entrepreneurship consultancy service organization “AUM MEDITEC” in 1999. We have been rendering consultancy services in Healthcare management and bio-medical management systems.
There is a huge demand for biomedical engineers in India. The work profiles vary from monitoring and maintaining the medical equipment in hospitals to working in Bio-medical device industry in a job profile of sales & marketing management, product application specialists, servicing of medical equipment, etc.

India has come a long way; with manufacturing set up expansions now being expanded in India; golden opportunities also await in medical device manufacturing job profiles and in Research & Development areas. Immense job opportunities also exist in diverse spheres like IT in healthcare and computer hardware & software applications to integrate medical devices for easy and comfort in usability.

Allow me to narrate an interesting conversation I had with a renowned surgeon in Mumbai, about 45 days ago; we were discussing medical robot applications and the doctor commented “The time is not far when Bio-Medical Engineers would be doing all the surgery work and we surgeons will just watch and monitor the proceedings” This is the extent of advancement in Medical engineering and the demand graph for bio-medical engineers in India is observing only an upward trend!

Vision

To strive for academic excellence to develop responsible, competent professionals, equipped with advanced technical knowledge and high professional ethics to support healthcare industry.

 

Mission

To provide high quality education through innovative teaching learning processes.

To provide a forum for industry institute interaction, with a view to groom budding engineers as employable Biomedical Engineering professionals.

To inculcate research interest to develop sustainable diagnostic and life supporting tools/ systems that cater to the needs of medical profession. 

To empower the students and instil in them a sense of belongingness and responsibility towards the society.

 

Programme Educational Objectives

To provide sound knowledge of basic sciences, human anatomy, human physiology, electrical and electronic systems, building a strong foundation for career advancement.

To develop a logical approach, analytical thinking and problem solving capabilities in order to make the learner competent to face and address the global challenges in their chosen field.

To impart technical knowledge and competency skills to perform in various areas like sales & marketing, product engineering, research-development, hospital administration, regulatory affairs and also to venture into entrepreneurship.

To develop proficiency in various soft skills and bring awareness about social obligations and professional ethics to pursue professional career in a healthcare industry.

Motivate to pursue research and specialization in a plethora of domains in the field of Biomedical Engineering covering disciplines such as, Medical  Instrumentation, Neuroscience,  Computational Engineering, Robotics Engineering, Medical Signal and Image processing,  Rehabilitation Engineering, VLSI, Nanotechnology and Biosensors, etc.

 

Programme Specific Outcomes

Learners will be able to:

Conduct servicing and maintenance of various medical equipments used in health care industry.

Analyse, design and develop analytical, diagnostic, therapeutic and life-saving medical devices.

Serve the society as Sales and Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Application Specialist, Biomedical Engineer, etc. in the field of  medical industry.

Contribute in the field of Research & Development in the areas of Medical Imaging, Medical Signals and Image Processing, Biomaterials and Implantable Devices, Rehabilitation Engineering, Healthcare Data management, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Dr.(Mrs.) Manali J. GodseDr.(Mrs.) Manali
    J. Godse
    Professor & HOD
  • Prof. Vivek P. DeodeshmukhProf. Vivek P.
    Deodeshmukh
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Rashmi RavikumarProf.(Mrs.) Rashmi
    Ravikumar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Mrunal R. RaneDr.(Mrs.) Mrunal
    R. Rane
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Vaibhavi A. SonethaDr.(Mrs.) Vaibhavi
    A. Sonetha
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mangal S. DandekarProf.(Ms.) Mangal
    S. Dandekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Shruti DodaniProf.(Ms.) Shruti
    Dodani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Purva A. NanivadekarProf.(Ms.) Purva
    Badhe
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr.(Mrs.) Manali J. GodseDr.(Mrs.) Manali
    J. Godse
    Professor & HOD
  • Prof. Vivek P. DeodeshmukhProf. Vivek P.
    Deodeshmukh
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Rashmi RavikumarProf.(Mrs.) Rashmi
    Ravikumar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Mrunal R. RaneDr.(Mrs.) Mrunal
    R. Rane
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Vaibhavi A. SonethaDr.(Mrs.) Vaibhavi
    A. Sonetha
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mangal S. DandekarProf.(Ms.) Mangal
    S. Dandekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Shruti DodaniProf.(Ms.) Shruti
    Dodani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Purva A. NanivadekarProf.(Ms.) Purva
    Badhe
    Assistant Professor