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Average Salary for Biomedical Engineer in Wisconsin - State Average, Wisconsin

The average salary of a(n) Biomedical Engineer in Wisconsin - State Average, Wisconsin is $89,498.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Biomedical Engineer in Wisconsin - State Average, Wisconsin is $43.03.

The average bonus of a(n) Biomedical Engineer in Wisconsin - State Average, Wisconsin is $3,016.00.

Job Description:

Develops devices and procedures that solve medical and health related problems, combining biology, medicine, and engineering. Plans and researches biological aspects of humans or other animals to develop new theories and facts, or to test, prove, or modify known theories of life systems, and to design life-support apparatus, utilizing principles of engineering and bio-behavioral sciences. Excludes paraprofessional positions. Designs life-support apparatus, utilizing principles of engineering and bio-behavioral sciences. Plans and conducts research concerning behavioral, biological, psychological, or other life systems. Studies engineering aspects of bio-behavioral systems of humans, utilizing knowledge of electrical, mechanical, chemical, or other engineering principles and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. Devises mathematical models to simulate human bio-behavioral systems in order to obtain data for measuring or controlling life processes, utilizing knowledge of computer, graphics, and other related technologies. Designs and develops instruments and devices, such as artificial organs, cardiac pacemakers, or ultrasonic imaging devices, capable of assisting medical or other health-care personnel in observing, repairing, or treating physical ailments or deformities, using knowledge of materials compatible with body tissues, energy exchanges within the body, and instrumentation capable of measuring and controlling body functions. May specialize in design and development of biomedical equipment used by medical facilities. Less

Develops devices and procedures that solve medical and health related problems, combining biology, medicine, and engineering. Plans and researches biological aspects of humans or other animals to develop new theories and facts, or to test, prove, or modify known theories... More

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