Course description

The Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.) in Bioengineering is a prestigious, research-focused degree recognizing significant contributions to bioengineering. Candidates conduct advanced research, contributing original knowledge in areas like biomedical devices, biotechnology, and healthcare solutions, aiming to advance the field and improve global health outcomes.

What will i learn?

  • Attain formal recognition for significant contributions to the field of bioengineering.
  • Develop advanced research capabilities, contributing original knowledge and innovations in bioengineering.
  • Enhance leadership skills, preparing for high-level roles in academia, industry, and research institutions.
  • Increase their portfolio of published work, influencing the bioengineering field and broader scientific community.


  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Research Experience
  • Professional Experience

Edward Foster

Dr. Edward is a leading bioengineering professor with over 20 years of experience. His research, funded by NIH and NSF, focuses on innovative biomedical technologies. Dr. Edward is a dedicated educator, teaching courses in bioengineering principles and medical device design.

Professor of BioengineeringEducation:Ph.D. in Bioengineering, Stanford UniversityM.S. in Biomedical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyB.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of California, BerkeleyResearch Interests:Biomedical Devices and DiagnosticsTissue Engineering and Regenerative MedicineBiomechanics and BiomaterialsMedical Imaging and Signal ProcessingBiotechnology and Drug Delivery Systems





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Expiry period

36 Months



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