Department of Biomedical Engineering, Strathclyde University As one of the oldest and best-respected Departments of Biomedical Engineering in the world, the Department of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Strathclyde, in Scotland, UK, offers world-leading research, Knowledge Exchange (e.g. Consultancy, Facilities Access), and training. The Department is active in diagnostics, cardiovascular devices, rehabilitation, assisted living, prosthetics, orthotics, drug delivery, biomaterials, cell/tissue/organ engineering, neuroprosthetics, digital health. It is open to contract and collaborative research with industry and the clinical community via a variety of funding mechanisms. Staff have developed / are developing technology on the above areas, and related Knowledge Transfer opportunities are available. Wold-leading facilities are available to researchers and external partners. The Department offers undergraduate degrees in biomedical engineering and prosthetics & orthotics, a number of Continuous Professional Development courses, and is open to designing bespoke training pathways. The UK Complete University Guide ranked the University of Strathclyde first for medical technology in 2014, 2015 and 2016. More information can be found at: