Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Biomedical Engineering is committed to investigation, innovation and translation of scientific discoveries to enhance patient care. Medical innovation is at the heart of our mission – indeed, our "calling" – and we have a proven track record of patenting and product commercialization.More About Us
Dr. Saab leads the Pain Science Technology and Research Lab, whose mission is to foster collaboration between clinicians and researchers to develop, test and validate novel technologies and methods to diagnose and treat chronic pain.Learn More
Dr. Damaser conducts regenerative medicine, tissue engineering and device development research aimed at improving the health of individuals with pelvic floor dysfunction, including urinary and fecal incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.Learn More
Dr. Marasco was honored for engineering a prosthetic that allows the wearer to “think” and function like an able-bodied person.
Dr. Misra-Hebert and colleagues assessed a Cleveland Clinic model’s ability to predict the likelihood that a patient would need to be readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge.
In their study, Drs. Hubert, Sundar and Shakya, and colleagues suggest that organoids can model patient-like drug resistance similar to that seen in human brain tumors.