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Welcome To FIU Biomedica lEngineering

UNDERGRADUATE, MASTER OF SCIENCE AND DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

The Department of Biomedical Engineering takes an interdisciplinary approach to offer students meaningful and relevant courses for students seeking personal and academic development in resolving medical and biological challenges. Our program offers a variety of options for students looking to design and prototype products, devices, processes, or software system solutions designed to address unmet biomedical needs.

The mission of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is to bridge engineering, science, and medicine to
Educate and train the next generation of diverse biomedical engineers Promote a culture of inclusion amongst all biomedical engineers
Conduct research leading to significant discoveries in medical sciences Develop innovative medical technology
Translate scientific discovery and medical technology to the industry or clinical practice Engage with the regional to the international community for knowledge dissemination

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Programs

Biomedical Engineering involves applying engineering principles to create solutions for healthcare and usually deals with the design and development of medical products. Popular careers for Biomedical Engineers include Manufacturing Engineer, Quality Engineer, Software Engineer, Researcher, and Physician.

ABET-AccreditationOur ABET-accredited program is based on providing training in both traditional engineering practice and biomedical sciences. The collaborative approach, combined with rigorous engineering education, offers our students the preparation needed to make an impact in the Biomedical Engineering field.

THE DYNAMIC AND GROWING FIELD OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering provides students and practicing engineers with experience needed to succeed in today’s market place. Our program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to perform original research as part of their college education. This is a vital part of your training and some start as early as the sophomore year and continue through their entire undergraduate degree experience. The program also offers a clinical rotation experience.
Read about the history of Bioengineering: » https://navigate.aimbe.org/why-bioengineering/history

CONCENTRATIONS

The degree requires 128 credits in required and elective courses. Students can choose electives to concentrate in particular areas of biomedical engineering. Concentrations include a general track, biomechanics and biomaterials, biosignals and systems, and tissue engineering/pre-med. The program now offers an internship course (BME4940) that can be taken to appear on your transcript or as credits towards your degree.
» Refer to the catalog for specific course offerings and requirements

PROGRAM GOALS

The objectives of the undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Program at FIU are the following:

  • produce graduates with the skills necessary for admission to graduate school or medical school
  • produce graduates with the skills necessary to obtain jobs in the biomedical industry
  • produce graduates who have a proper sense of professional responsibilities, service to community, leadership, ethics, and means of effective communication

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Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Pathways

You can complete a BS degree in Biomedical, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering combined with an MS Degree in Biomedical Engineering. This the combined degree pathway seamlessly combines a baccalaureate degree in biomedical mechanical, or electrical engineering with the Masters in biomedical engineering.

TRACKS & SPECIALIZATIONS

Students must have completed 75-90 credits in the bachelor’s degree program at FIU, have earned at least a 3.25 GPA on both overall and upper division courses, and meet the admissions criteria for the graduate degree program to which they are applying.

The Professional Track is for engineers currently practicing in the biomedical industry and students interested in pursuing a management career in biomedical industry. A student shall complete 27 credit hours of course work and a 3 credit hour capstone project.

The Research Track is geared to prepare graduates for further graduate study or a career in biomedical research. A student shall complete a minimum of 30 credit hours. This includes a minimum of 24 hours of course work (15 credits of electives in specialty areas, 6 credits of mathematics core courses, 3 credits of life science elective), one semester of the Biomedical Engineering Seminar, and 6 semester credit hours of Master’s Thesis or 3 credit hours of Master’s Project.
» Refer to the catalog for specific course offerings and requirements.

PROGRAM GOALS

The mission of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is to bridge engineering, science and medicine:

  • to educate and train the next generation of diverse biomedical engineers
  • to promote a culture of inclusion amongst all biomedical engineers
  • to conduct research leading to significant discoveries in medical sciences
  • to develop innovative medical technology
  • to translate scientific discovery and medical technology to industry or clinical practice
  • to engage with the regional to international community for knowledge dissemination

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Undergraduate BME ProgramsTo be eligible to change your major, or to transfer into the BME program from an outside institution the following must be satisfied:

2.5 overall GPA
2.5 GPA in all degree applicable math and science courses*
A “C” or better in the following courses (or their equivalent)**
MAC 2311 – Calculus I
CHM 1045 + CHM 1045L – General chemistry and the lab
BSC 2010 + BSC 2010L – General Biology I and the lab
PHY 2048 + PHY 2048L – Physics with Calculus I and the lab

* MAC 2311, MAC 2312, MAC 2313, MAP 2302, BSC 2010/L, CHM 1045/L, CHM 1046/L, CHM 2210/L, PHY 2048/L, PHY 2049/L
** https://transfer.fiu.edu/transfer-101/ted/ can be used to determine equivalency

If you have any questions about your ability to change your major, please make an appointment with a BME advisor.

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Professional BME Advisor Saradia Lerouge

Saradia Lerouge

Professional Advisor

Office: EC 2620
Phone: (305) 348-0273

Professional BME Advisor Maria Monje

Maria Monje

Professional Advisor

Office: EC 2620
Phone: (305) 348-0273

Please schedule an appointment. To schedule online, access the Panther Success Network (PSN) from your MyFIU portal. If you don’t have access to MyFIU portal, you may email the advisors to request an appointment.

  1. Log onto MyFIU.
  2. On your MyFIU homepage, select Student from the dropdown menu in the top center of the page
  3. Click on the Academic Advising tile
  4. Click on the Success Network tile
  5. Click on the Go to Panther Success Network button
  6. Finally, sign-in again using your FIU credentials

MASTERS PROGRAMS

Masters Programs In Biomedical Engineering

The Master of Science degree offers world’s ahead biomedical engineering education combined with opportunities for cutting edge innovation and relevant research. Our graduates prepare for academic, clinical, or industrial research and development in: Basic Research in Engineered Tissue Model Systems, Diagnostic Bioimaging and Sensor Systems, or Therapeutic and Reparative Neurotechnology. These programs provide an interdisciplinary education intended to prepare the student for professional practice in Biomedical Engineering. All work counted for the Master’s degree must be completed during the six years immediately following the date of admission to the graduate program.

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers Research and Professional tracks for this Master’s Degree. In addition, the Department offers accelerated combined BS/MS and certificate programs.

Student seeking admission into the program must have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, the physical/life sciences, computer science, or mathematics from an accredited institution, or in the case of foreign students, from an institution recognized for preparing students for further study at the graduate level.

PROGRAM GOALS

The mission of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is to bridge engineering, science and medicine:

  • to educate and train the next generation of diverse biomedical engineers
  • to promote a culture of inclusion amongst all biomedical engineers
  • to conduct research leading to significant discoveries in medical sciences
  • to develop innovative medical technology
  • to translate scientific discovery and medical technology to industry or clinical practice
  • to engage with the regional to international community for knowledge dissemination

The objectives of the graduate Biomedical Engineering Program at FIU are the following:

  • provide opportunity for advanced graduate studies and entrepreneurial activities
  • encourage FIU graduates to extend their careers into research and teaching
  • prepare graduates for conducting innovative and impactful biomedical engineering research, design and development
  • provide highly trained professionals in Biomedical Engineering to serve in academic institutions, government agencies, research laboratories, and manufacturing and service industries
  • improve minority and Hispanic Masters-level graduate representation in the Biomedical Engineering field, where they are highly underrepresented
  • help attract more biotechnology industries to Miami-Dade County and South Florida

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TRACKS & SPECIALIZATIONS

Students can apply for admission into one of three MS Tracks: 1) A Research Track that includes the defense of a thesis; 2) A Professional Track that prepares students for management positions in biomedical industry; 3) An Orthotics and Prosthetics Specialty Track.


Orthotics and Prosthetics Track

This track will provide comprehensive training for students in life-science areas, including anatomy, kinesiology, pathology, and normal pathological gait. In addition, it will provide extensive engineering training in biomechanics, material science, and the fabrication and evaluation processes of orthotic and prosthetic devices, as well as research skills. Upon completion of the Master’s degree, students will have to complete a certificate offered by a licensed institute such as the International Institute of Orthotics and Prosthetics.
» Refer to the catalog for specific course offerings and additional details.

Course Requirements
Approved Life Science Elective
Human Anatomy & Physiology (Lecture) 3
Human Anatomy Dissection Laboratory 1
Introduction to Pathology 3

Biomedical Electives
PHT 6165 Applied Clinical Neuroanatomy 3
BME 6212 Solid Mechanics Applications in Physiological Systems 3
BME 5141L Introduction to Laboratory Skills and Materials in Prosthetics and Orthotics 1
BME 5213L Clinical Evaluation Tools 1
BME 5214L Orthotic Management of the Lower Limb 1 4
BME 5215L Prosthetic Management of the Lower Limb 1 4
BME 5218L Orthotic Management of the Spine 3
BME 5941 Biomedical Engineering Internship 2
BME 6907 Master’s Project 3


Professional Track

This track is tailored primarily for engineers currently practicing in the biomedical industry and students interested in pursuing a management career in the biomedical industry. A student shall complete 27 credit hours of course work and a 3 credit hour capstone project. The courses are organized into four core areas: Life Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering Management, and Biomedical Engineering. Professional track students are required to take an oral final examination dealing with the objectives of their study plan. The student will briefly summarize the project report (20 minutes) as a part of the exam.
» Refer to the catalog for specific course offerings and additional details.

Course Requirements
Approved Life Science Elective (3 credits) such as
BME 5410 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering I 3
BME 5411 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering II 3
PHZ 6255 Molecular Biophysics 3

Mathematics Core (3 credits)
STA 5676 Reliability Engineering 3
or STA 5126 Fundamentals of Design of Experiments 3

Approved Engineering Management Elective (6 credits) such as
EIN 5226 Total Quality Management for Engineers 3
EIN 5322 Engineering Management 3
EIN 5359 Industrial Financial Decisions 3
MAN 6167 Leadership in a Global Environment 3
Biomedical Engineering Core (18 credits)
Biomedical Engineering Electives 15
BME 6907 Master’s Project 3


Research Track

The research track is geared to prepare the graduate for further graduate study or a career in biomedical research. A student shall complete a minimum of 30 credit hours. This includes a minimum of 24 hours of course work (15 credits of electives in specialty areas, 6 credits of mathematics core courses, 3 credits of life science elective), one semester of the Biomedical Engineering Seminar, and 6 semester credit hours of Master’s Thesis or 3 credit hours of Master’s Project. Students electing Master’s project will need to take one additional biomedical engineering elective course. All students in the research track are required to
complete a research project under the supervision of an advisor and a committee.
» Refer to the catalog for specific course offerings and additional details.

Course Requirements
Biomedical Engineering Core (21 credits)
All students in the Research Track must take three courses in one specialty area, and one course in each of the other two specialty areas. The current specialty areas are: 1) Basic research in engineered tissue model systems; 2) Diagnostic bioimaging and sensor systems;
and 3) Therapeutic and reparative neurotechnology.
BME 6970 Master’s Thesis 6
or BME 6907 BME Master’s Project 3
BME 6936 Biomedical Engineering Seminar 0
Mathematics Core (6 credits)
STA 5126 Fund Design of Experiments 3
or STA 6176 Biostatistics 3
BME 6705 Nonlinear Systems Applications in Life Science 3

Approved Life Science Elective (3 credits) such as
BME 5410 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering I 3
BME 5411 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering II 3
PCB 6027 Molecular and Cellular Biology II 3
PCB 6025 Molecular and Cellular Biology I 3
PHZ 6255 Molecular Biophysics 3
CHM 5325 Physical Chemistry of Proteins 3
CHM 5506 Physical Biochemistry 3
CHM 5503 Physical Chem of Nucleic Acids 3

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Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Pathways

This combined five-year degree pathway seamlessly integrates a baccalaureate degree in biomedical, mechanical, or electrical engineering with a Master’s in biomedical engineering. To be considered for admission to the combined bachelor’s/master’s degree pathway, students must have completed 75-90 credits in the bachelor’s degree program at FIU, have earned at least a 3.25 GPA on both overall and upper-division courses, and meet the admissions criteria for the graduate degree program to which they are applying.

Students need only apply once to the combined degree pathway; the application is submitted to Graduate Admissions typically before the student starts the last 30 credits of the bachelor’s degree program. A student admitted to the combined degree pathway will be considered to have undergraduate status until the student applies for graduation from their bachelor’s degree program. Upon conferral of the bachelor’s degree, the student will be granted graduate status and be eligible for graduate assistantships.

Students enrolled in the pathway may count up to 9 hours of graduate-level courses (i.e., 5000 level or higher) as credits for both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. For each of the courses counted as credits for both BS and MS degree, a minimum grade of ‘B’ is required. Upon completion of the combined BS/MS pathway, students must have accumulated a minimum of 24 hours of credits at the graduate (5000+) level. Students enrolled in the pathway are encouraged to seek employment with a department faculty member to work as student assistants on sponsored research projects.

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Dr. Joshua Hutcheson, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Florida International University

Joshua Hutcheson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Acting Graduate Advisor

Download Curriculum VitaeResearch Interests: Cardiovascular disease and mechanobiology, Cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, Tissue engineering, Molecular imaging
Research Advancements: Joshua Hutcheson studies cardiovascular disease mechanisms.
Research Area: Engineered Tissue Model Systems
Lab: Cardiovascular Matrix Remodeling Laboratory

Office: EC 2612
Phone: (305) 348-0157

Website: https://bme.fiu.edu/people/faculty-instructors/joshua-hutcheson/


Dr. Jorge Riera, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director, Biomedical Engineering, Florida International University

Jorge Riera, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director

Download Curriculum VitaeResearch Interests: Biophysical Foundations of Neuroimaging in Normal Aging and Brain Disorders
Research Advancements: Jorge Rivera is making strides in treating multiple brain disorders.
Research Area: Therapeutic and Reparative Neurotechnology
Lab: Neuronal Mass Dynamics Laboratory

Office: EC 2678
Phone: (305) 348-4948

Website: https://bme.fiu.edu/people/faculty-instructors/jorge-riera/


Please schedule an appointment. To schedule online, access the Panther Success Network (PSN) from your MyFIU portal. If you don’t have access to MyFIU portal, you may email the advisors to request an appointment.

  1. Log onto MyFIU.
  2. On your MyFIU homepage, select Student from the dropdown menu in the top center of the page
  3. Click on the Academic Advising tile
  4. Click on the Success Network tile
  5. Click on the Go to Panther Success Network button
  6. Finally, sign-in again using your FIU credentials

DOCTORAL PROGRAM

Doctoral Program In Biomedical Engineering

The Ph.D. program in Biomedical Engineering prepares graduates for industrial or academic research in one (or more) of three areas of specialization:
1) Basic research in engineered tissue model systems;
2) Diagnostic bioimaging and sensor systems; and
3) Therapeutic and reparative neurotechnology

The Ph.D. program involves intensive research training with our faculty in cutting edge facilities. Ph.D. students often have the opportunity to collaborate on exciting research projects with clinicians, industry representatives, and other researchers from across various science and engineering disciplines. Our Ph.D. graduates have held leadership positions in a variety of biomedical and healthcare-related fields

To be eligible for admission to the Ph.D. program, prospective students must hold a four-year bachelor’s or masters degree in biomedical engineering, or other closely related field from an accredited college or university. The Ph.D. program requires a total of 75 credit hours beyond the BS degree. These credits are comprised of a minimum of 27 hours of coursework and a minimum of 24 hours of dissertation. Applicants having a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering or closely related field from an accredited institution are given a maximum of 30 transferred semester hours. The graduate program committee and the academic adviser may recommend that applicants take additional courses based on their research needs and deficiencies. Applicants from science and engineering areas other than biomedical engineering will be expected to complete undergraduate courses selected to prepare them for graduate courses in their area of interest. Full admission into the graduate program requires the completion of these background courses with no grades below “C” and a grade point average of 3.0 or better.

QUALIFYING EXAMINATION, CANDIDACY REQUIREMENTS & FINAL DEFENSE

Students must demonstrate Graduate knowledge acquisition in three incremental stages in order to be awarded a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering:

  • Qualifying Exam
  • Proposal Defense (oral and/or written)
  • Final Defense (oral)

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PROGRAM GOALS

After completing your degree, you will have:

  1. the ability to perform and effectively communicate original scientific research in biomedical engineering.
  2. the ability to present at research conferences, and publish peer-reviewed research.
  3. a strong foundation of biomedical engineering knowledge as measured by successful completion of coursework and your doctoral dissertation.
  4. the ability to obtain, analyze, and synthesize quantitative data and generate hypotheses pertaining to biological systems.

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Basic Research in Engineered Tissue Model Systems
FIU Bioengineering StudiesBasic Research in Engineered Tissue Model Systems research focuses on cell and engineered tissue mechanics with a particular focus on cardiovascular regenerative medicine. The goal is to understand and control the molecular and mechano-regulation of cellular phenotypes within tissues for therapeutic benefit. Research in this area includes the development of non-invasive strategies to restore normal tissue function and design and synthesis of living tissue replacements.


Diagnostic Bioimaging and Sensor Systems
Research in this area includes developing non-destructive optical and mechanical technologies that can detect disease development and tissue injuries in vivo. These techniques can be either one-dimensional (i.e., point detection) or multi-dimensional (i.e., imaging). The potential medical applications for such techniques, once developed, are abundant. For example, they may be used intraoperatively to guide tumor resection and to monitor the progression of a novel therapy.

There is also a strong focus on Optical imaging which is based on the principles of near-infrared light propagation in scattering media (such as biological tissues) and the use of external fluorescent contrast agents to better differentiate normal and diseased tissues based on the differences in their optical properties. The research work requires an understanding of transport phenomena in biological systems, application of experimental skills towards instrument development, incorporation of optimization and mathematical tools towards image reconstructions, and development of biomedical aspects of engineering towards practical applications, such as cancer diagnostics, drug delivery, and in general, body imaging.


Therapeutic and Reparative Neurotechnology
Research in Therapeutic and Reparative Neurotechnology focuses on biologically inspired technologies to interface with the nervous system to repair and promote recovery of lost function after trauma or disease. Research in this area includes behavioral studies, electrophysiology techniques, computational neuroscience, and machine learning methods to determine the mechanism of disease, create new research paradigms, and develop new treatments.

Research also spans both pre-clinical (i.e., animal) and clinical (i.e., human) neural engineering and neuropathophysiology, and includes investigations of motor and sensory function before, during, and after neuroprosthetic, pharmacological, and physical therapy-based interventions.

Current efforts focus on leveraging the differential effects of brainstem neuromodulatory centers on the spinal motor and sensory circuits to gain insights into the mechanisms underlying neurological impairments. Topics of particular interest within this area include:

  • Pathologies: stroke, spinal cord injury, whiplash-associated disorders, and chronic pain.
  • Physiology: neuromodulation (chemical and electrical), cortical and spinal reorganization, function and integrity of motor and sensory pathways post-injury, and activity-dependent neural plasticity.
  • Techniques: robotics/quantification of motor deficits, biophysical signal processing, recurrent neural-computer interfaces, neuropharmacology, physical therapy, electrical stimulation of the central nervous system, magnetic resonance imaging.

The Ph.D. program requires a total of 75 credit hours beyond the BS degree. These credits are comprised of a minimum of 27 hours of coursework and a minimum of 24 hours of dissertation. You’ll choose three courses from the Engineering Management core based on personal training requirements.

Course Requirements
The program of study will require completion of courses (beyond the BS degree) in the following categories:

Biomedical Engineering – minimum of 15 credits
Courses in this area must cover the major and minor specialty areas of the student. The three current specialty areas within biomedical engineering are:
1. Basic research in engineered tissue model systems
2. Diagnostic bioimaging and sensor systems
3. Therapeutic and reparative neurotechnology

Engineering Mathematics – minimum of 6 credits
Courses in this area must cover the broad areas of statistics and theoretical/numerical modeling. Example courses in each of these areas are:

Statistics
STA 5126 Fund Design of Experiments
or STA 6176 Biostatistics

Theoretical modeling
BME 6715 Mathematical Modeling of Physiological Systems or
BME 6716 Mathematical Modeling of Cellular Systems

Numerical modeling
BME 6705 Nonlinear Systems with Applications to Life Sciences

Life Science – minimum of 6 credits
The life science courses maybe selected from approved electives such as:
BME 5410 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering I
BME 5411 Biomedical Physiology and Engineering II
BME 6019 Clinical Research Experience
PCB 6025 Molecular and Cellular Biology I
PCB 6027 Molecular and Cellular Biology II
PHZ 6255 Molecular Biophysics
CHM 5325 Physical Chemistry of Proteins
CHM 5506 Physical Biochemistry
CHM 5503 Physical Chem of Nucleic Acids

Biomedical Engineering Seminar
BME 7938 Doctoral BME Seminar

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This handbook provides essential information about the Ph.D. graduate program in the department of Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University, from coursework, requirements for candidacy, important forms and resources to perform successfully in our programs. It also summarizes most important policies and procedures of our Ph.D. graduate program.

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Remedial Course Requirements for Graduate Studies in Biomedical Engineering

Non-engineering academic background In addition to the normal requirements for graduation, during your course of study at FIU you will be required to complete all of the following courses (or show evidence of prior successful completion of an equivalent course):

MAC 2311 Calculus I
MAC 2312 Calculus II
MAC 2313 Multivariable Calculus
MAP 2302 Differential Equations
CHM 1045 General Chemistry I
CHM 1045L General Chemistry I Lab
PHY 2048 Physics I w/ Calculus
PHY 2048L General Physics I Lab
BME 3032 Biomedical Engineering Transport
EEL 3003 Electrical Engineering I
EGM 3503 Applied Mechanics

Non-biomedical academic backgroundIn addition to the normal requirements for graduation, during your course of study at FIU you will be required to complete all of the following courses (or show evidence of prior successful completion of an equivalent course):

BME 3700 Engineering Analysis of Biological Systems I
BME 3701 Engineering Analysis of Biological Systems II

Dr. Joshua Hutcheson, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Florida International University

Joshua Hutcheson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Acting Graduate Advisor

Download Curriculum VitaeResearch Interests: Cardiovascular disease and mechanobiology, Cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, Tissue engineering, Molecular imaging
Research Advancements: Joshua Hutcheson studies cardiovascular disease mechanisms.
Research Area: Engineered Tissue Model Systems
Lab: Cardiovascular Matrix Remodeling Laboratory

Office: EC 2612
Phone: (305) 348-0157

Website: https://bme.fiu.edu/people/faculty-instructors/joshua-hutcheson/


Dr. Jorge Riera, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director, Biomedical Engineering, Florida International University

Jorge Riera, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director

Download Curriculum VitaeResearch Interests: Biophysical Foundations of Neuroimaging in Normal Aging and Brain Disorders
Research Advancements: Jorge Rivera is making strides in treating multiple brain disorders.
Research Area: Therapeutic and Reparative Neurotechnology
Lab: Neuronal Mass Dynamics Laboratory

Office: EC 2678
Phone: (305) 348-4948

Website: https://bme.fiu.edu/people/faculty-instructors/jorge-riera/


Please schedule an appointment. To schedule online, access the Panther Success Network (PSN) from your MyFIU portal. If you don’t have access to MyFIU portal, you may email the advisors to request an appointment.

  1. Log onto MyFIU.
  2. On your MyFIU homepage, select Student from the dropdown menu in the top center of the page
  3. Click on the Academic Advising tile
  4. Click on the Success Network tile
  5. Click on the Go to Panther Success Network button
  6. Finally, sign-in again using your FIU credentials
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