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The Institute for Engineering in Medicine (IEM) is an interdisciplinary research organization strengthening collaborative efforts between the disciplines of engineering and biomedicine at the University of Minnesota, and fostering collaborations with medical device industry.
The Institute for Engineering in Medicine (IEM) at the University of Minnesota serves as a catalyst for facilitating multidisciplinary collaborations in research and education between the Academic Health Center and the College of Science and Engineering, in addition to fostering collaborations with the medical technology industry. Our mission is to advance healthcare through research partnerships between engineering and medicine involving academia and industry. This is truly where medicine meets technology for tomorrow’s innovations. Read more about our mission and vision>
2016 IEM Annual Conference and Retreat was successfully held on 9/26 with 400+ participants. More>
Jerry Vitek and colleagues awarded $9 Million Udall center of excellence in Parkinson's Disease research. More>
David Odde and colleagues awarded an $8.2 Million NIH grant for new cancer research center. More>
IEM Director Dr. He named recipient of the 2017 IEEE Biomedical Engineering Award. More>