Career of the Month: An Interview With Biomedical Engineer William Dittoby: Megan Sullivan

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Biomedical engineers combine biology, physics, medicine, math, communication, and engineering to solve medical and health-related problems. Through their development of everything from pacemakers to artificial organs to computer software, these scientists work to make the world a healthier place. William Ditto loves his job—it combines cool science with the latest technology to help people lead better, longer lives.

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  • High
Publication Date
7/1/2009

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  • on Fri Sep 30, 2011 12:31 PM

Reading this article lets you know how one incident in your life can change your career path. Reading the article lets us know what Mr. Ditto does and what advice he gives to high school students. More importantly, he advices students that starting as technicians, which don’t require a college degree can be a way to get started in this field.

Adah  (San Antonio, TX)
Adah (San Antonio, TX)


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