Engineering Health

New and complex systems that bridge and advance both engineering and the health sciences will grow in number and impact over the next decade. Examples of these systems include implantable devices, data-driven diagnostics, detection and drug delivery with wearable technologies, precision biomedicine, and robotics for surgery and hospital operation. These systems will help to build fields that include autonomous and synthetic biology, nanomedicine and therapeutics, cognitive systems, technology-assisted rehabilitation, and regenerative medicine. Unprecedented opportunities for fundamental research and education will catalyze the translation of new knowledge from the realm of discovery to the development of technologies at the interface of engineering and health.

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