The EnMed story was prominently featured in an industry publication of the Radiological Society of North America, addressing the shifting paradigm of medical education that focuses on health care innovations as the catalyst for a new revolution.
“Medicine poses an unlimited number of problems for which physicianeers will help to deliver solutions that cross a broad range of advances, from software to nanomedicine to next-generation medical devices or molecular theranostics – technologies that are both diagnostic and therapeutic,” said Dr. Roderic Pettigrew, Texas A&M University School of Engineering Medicine dean.
Contemporary thought concludes merging medicine with engineering builds on the complementary relationship in the natural world. The concept of programs like EnMed capitalizes on the intersectionality and need to cultivate programs that further harness the power.
Read the in-depth article on the Radiological Society of America’s website.