Alumni & Friends
Our Viterbi Family
We are always happy to hear from our alumni. If you have news you'd like to share, please let us know! In addition, we are actively seeking alumni mentors for our current students. If you have time to talk with our students (you can specify graduate or undergraduate), please contact us. Specific opportunities for alumni to get involved can be found on the Viterbi alumni page.
The USC Biomedical Engineering department has existed since 1974, and in 2022 was named the Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering thanks to a $35 million naming gift. Our graduates have become doctors, researchers, lawyers, teachers and leaders in the biotech industry.The following list below is only a sample of where our graduates have gone following their education at USC.
Aerocraft Heat Treating
Clinical Trial Associate
Senior Associate, Project Management
Associate Product Manager
Test Engineer (R&D)
Sales & Marketing Manager
Booz Allen Hamilton
R & D Staff Software Engineer
Carl Ziess Meditech
Financial Analyst, Corporate Banking
Senior Research Analyst
R&D Document Specialist
Diagnostic Products Corporation
Senior Software Engineer
Technical Development Program Engineer
Erler & Kalinowski, Inc.
Project Manager, Strategic Operations
International Regulatory Affairs Associate
W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.
Guidant (Abbott Labs)
Health Metric Systems, Inc.
Balloon Development Engineer
Kleinberg & Lerner, LLP
Software Project Manager/R&D Informatics
Systems Engineer Associate
Biomedical Engineering, Product Development
Field Support Specialist
Science & Technology Engineer
Neurobehavioral Research, Inc.
Rain Bird Corporation
Second Sight Medical Products
St. Jude Medical
Teach for America
Manager, Research & Development
Quality Engineer, Inhalation Drug Delivery Department
Scientific Liaison, Department of Medical Affairs
Vice Consul, Trade & Investment Life Sciences
UK Trade & Investment at the British Consulate-General
Unilife Medical Solutions
Nuclear Submarine Officer
Quality Assurance Specialist, Sr.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine (MD/PhD)
Arizona State University Bioengineering
Case Western Law School
Eastern Michigan University, Masters Program in Prosthetics & Orthotics
Emory University (MD/PhD)
Georgetown University, Masters in Biomedical Sciences Policy and Advocacy program
Harvard Medical School
Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering
London School of Economics
Loyola Law School
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
University of Arizona Law School
UC Irvine (MD/MBA)
UCLA Biomedical Engineering
UC San Diego
UC San Diego School of Medicine
UC San Francisco
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
University of Colorado Aerospace Engineering
University of Colorado School of Medicine
University of Iowa School of Medicine
University of Minnesota (MD/PhD)
University of Nevada School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas Biomedical Engineering
University of Texas (MD)
University of Toledo College of Medicine (MD)
USC Biomedical Engineering
USC Dental School
USC Electrical Engineering
USC Industrial & Systems Engineering
USC Keck School of Medicine
University of Virginia
The BME Alumni Networking Database
Some of our alumni have agreed to be contacted by current USC BME students for the purposes of networking and job exploration. This information is password-protected. To request the password, please send an e-mail to Christopher Noll, BME Student Affairs Coordinator and provide your full name, degree & major, student ID and graduation date.
Use of the Alumni Database is intended for current USC Biomedical Engineering students. This resource is designed to allow you to contact BME alumni and other industry professionals for networking and career exploration. The alumni who have volunteered to be listed on this database are not offering jobs or internships; they have offered to be contacted by students wishing to learn more about potential career fields.
We recommend that you review the list and choose 1-2 alumni to contact. In your initial contact, explain who you are, how you got their contact information, and request a chance to speak with them to learn more about their experiences in the industry, or at a particular company. Please be respectful of their time and interact with them in a professional manner.
Review the Networking tip sheet before contacting alumni
Offer to meet with them in person if you can. (Bonus points if you offer to buy them coffee or lunch!)
Use conversations with alumni to learn more about the industry.
Send an unsolicited resume.
Blast an e-mail to everyone on the list.
Start you communication with an alumni by telling them how much you need "a J-O-B".
Published on January 25th, 2017
Last updated on November 17th, 2022