For getting employment in Biomedical Engineering Industry, a minimum qualification of a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering is required, which is a pathway of four years. If you are an electrical or chemical engineer and have taken a particular elective of biomedical engineering and then have completed the Masters in BME, you stand a chance to get a job in this field. However, the above-mentioned qualification must be accredited.
CDR sample for Biomedical Engineers includes all the required reports such as Curriculum Vitae (CV), Continuing Professional Development (CPD), three Career Episodes (CE), and Summary Statement. The content of the CDR Report Samples is given below:
Project Name: ECG measurements from the system developed using electrodes
In the first Career Episode, the author illustrated the various tasks conducted and executed on the project titled as “ECG measurements from the system developed using electrodes”.
He conducted this project for the award of degree in B.tech in the sector. The responsibilities he performed in this report were:
Project Name: High Resolution Cerebral Blood Flow Imaging by Registered Laser Speckle Contrast Analysis
In the second Career Episode, the author explained all the tasks that he performed of the project “High Resolution Cerebral Blood Flow Imaging by Registered Laser Speckle Contrast Analysis”. He accomplished this project as the partial fulfillment of graduation with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering. His responsibilities were:
Project Name: Intelligent system for tracking the position, location and pace for visually impaired people
In the third Career Episode, the author demonstrates the engineering skills he used in the project titled as “Intelligent system for tracking the position, location and pace for visually impaired people” where he was involved in.
This project was accomplished as a part of the college project for the completion of the course of biomedical engineering. His responsibilities were: