Rhodes Research Center and Rhodes Annex offer 80,000 square feet of labs, teaching labs, classroom space, and offices.
Students may participate in numerous research opportunities, including projects in:
- biomaterials implant design
- biomedical optical imaging
- cardiovascular biomaterials
- computational modeling
- molecular therapies
- nanoscale drug delivery
- orthopedic mechanics
- tissue engineering
Students may enroll in research in two ways:
- Students may enroll in CUBEInC 5306 and CUBEInC 5049 or CUBEInC 5044 by emailing a professor whose work interests them and scheduling an appointment to discuss working in the professor's lab.
- Students may enroll in Bioe 451, Creative Inquiry, in which students work together with a professor to solve bioengineering problems during several semesters. Creative Inquiry is a University-wide initiative founded on the principle that engaging students in hands-on research mutually supports the goals of educator and student. Specific research-based undergraduate courses under this initiative span multiple semesters, allowing students and professors to work together on a thesis-driven project.
Bioengineering Creative Inquiry information can be found here. For descriptions of projects and more information vistit Clemson University Creative Inquiry.