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The Bioengineering department at Stanford seeks to enable the development of bioengineering as the next economic driver for our society by catalyzing advances in healthcare and medicine, manufacturing, agriculture, education, bio-policy, and ethics. Collaboration and partnerships among faculty, alumni, and industry are key to our success. 

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Collaboration and a spirit of innovation are deeply woven into the Stanford Bioengineering culture. Our people and our relationships with industry and government, along with relationships across our own schools of medicine, business, and the sciences maximize the impact of our research.

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Funding from corporations, national organizations, and foundations promotes innovation, diversity, and excellence in graduate education.
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If you are interested in hiring our students for internships or full-time employment, we encourage you to post a job on Handshake through BEAM or BioSci Careers.

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Your support can give us the flexibility we need to hire and retain the most 
promising faculty, fund out-of-the-box ideas, and create an unparalleled 
experience for our students.

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Engage as a Bioengineering Community Member

We hope that all members of our bioengineering community will stay actively engaged with our department after graduating from degree programs, completing postdocs, or completing the Biodesign Innovation Fellowship.

Want to stay in the know? Be sure to join our bioengineering group on Stanford BioSci Connect, a mentoring community for career and life conversations.

Stories & Voices

Learn more about Bioengineering from our 
faculty, students, alumni, and staff.

Stanford Bioengineering associate professor Jan Liphardt
Jan Liphardt
Associate Professor, Bioengineering

“ I love being involved in work that has the potential to tangibly impact people’s lives. ... ”

Stephanie Schmidt BioE Alumni
Stephanie Schmidt
MS ’16, PhD ’19 Bioengineering

“ I realized that within cells there are whole other worlds ... ”

Research in the Department of Bioengineering fuses engineering and the life sciences to promote scientific discovery and the invention of new technologies and therapies.