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Centre for Biomedical Science & Engineering Research (CBSER)


The FUTIA’s Centre for Biomedical Science and Engineering Research is planned to enhance biomedical science and engineering research activities at the University. It will develop and coordinate relationships and programs with traditional science and engineering departments within the university, as well as with outside institutions towards the goal of implementing research projects with clinical translation. This center is expected to serve as a research center for the School of Medical and Health Technology and School of Engineering and Technology.

The philosophy behind the establishment of the Centre for Biomedical Science and Engineering Research (CBSER) by FUTIA is:

Advance knowledge

Promote cutting-edge knowledge in biomedical science and engineering

Foster Research

Foster research and innovation in these fields

Promote Innovation

Contribute to the development of innovative solutions for healthcare and biomedical challenges

Interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge sharing

Provide a platform for interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge sharing

Enhance University's Reputation

Enhance the university’s reputation as a centre of excellence in science, technology, and engineering
CBSER Philosophy

CBSER Philosophy

FUTIA’s philosophy emphasizes the importance of science, technology, and engineering in addressing societal challenges, and the centre’s establishment aligns with this philosophy



  1. Advancing Biomedical Research: To conduct innovative and interdisciplinary research in biomedical science and engineering, leading to breakthroughs and discoveries that improve human health and quality of life.
  2. Fostering Collaboration: To provide a platform for researchers, scientists, engineers, and clinicians to collaborate, share knowledge, and develop new ideas and solutions in biomedical science and engineering.
  3. Developing New Technologies: To design, develop, and test new biomedical technologies, devices, and systems that can be translated into clinical practice, improving healthcare outcomes and patient care.
  4. Capacity Building and Training: To provide training, education, and capacity-building programs for students, researchers, and healthcare professionals, enhancing their skills and knowledge in biomedical science and engineering.
  5. Translation to Clinical Practice: To facilitate the translation of research findings and innovations into clinical practice, policy, and industry, ensuring that research outcomes have a tangible impact on society and human health.

These goals align with the university’s mission to advance knowledge, innovation, and societal impact.