Graduate Studies

MSE Degree Program

The David E. Swirnow Master of Science in Bioengineering Innovation and Design is a rigorous real-world medical innovation and biodesign program, aimed at training the next generation of global medical innovators.  From Asia to Africa to the United States, CBID engineers are on the front lines, creating technologies that make patients’ lives better.

Real problems call for real solutions.  Check out some of the global health and medtech projects completed by previous CBID students below.

Click here to apply now! The application deadline is December 31, 2018.

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From the first day on campus, students interact with Johns Hopkins Hospital clinicians — some of the best in the world — then travel to meet in person those who will most benefit from their work. Upon return students dive into cross-disciplinary course work, taking their ideas from napkin to prototype in a state-of-the-art design studio carefully created for collaboration and efficiency. The support of top clinicians, investors, the FDA, reimbursement experts, country ministers, and others necessary for success is readily available. As a result of this unique access, many students graduate with patents for their projects.

See for yourself why U.S. News & World Report ranked Johns Hopkins University #1 in the nation for biomedical engineering graduate programs and call today.


Here are some examples of the projects CBID students have previously completed:

  • 2015: Rural Health Kiosk: Providing Primary Care to Rural India | Global Health Project
  • 2015: DrinkSync: Hydration Status Monitor for Chronic Patients | Medtech Project
  • 2016: INFORM: Infant Monitoring FOR Mothers | Global Health Project
  • 2016: Mercury Patch: A Low-Cost, Targeted Monitoring System for the Detection and Prevention of Ulcers in Hospitalized Patients | Medtech Project
  • 2017: Orthotract: Facilitating ACL Reconstruction Surgeries through Anatomical Tunnel Placement | Medtech Project
  • 2017: BradyBand: Improving Bradycardia Treatment in China | Global Health Project

View the complete list of projects here.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design