Biomedical Engineering: Pioneering the Future of Global Medicine - View the video

Kyle Edmunds

Kyle Edmunds
Doctoral Candidate/Associate Professor
Reykjavik University – Icelandic Center for Neurophysiology

Menntavegur 1
101 Reykjavik, Iceland


Career Clusters / Help Topics:

  • Education and Training
  • Health Science
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Kyle Edmunds is a doctoral candidate and Associate Professor at Reykjavik University studying the use of rapid prototyping, CT image processing, biomedical data mining, and computational modeling for applications in translational myology and arthroplastic prosthesis assessment. He began his academic research career in nuclear engineering at the MST experimental fusion reactor in Madison, Wisconsin, and he has since traveled the world as an active researcher in the fields of biophysics, medical physics, nuclear medicine, and cardiac tissue engineering. He has published several peer-reviewed publications in international journals and hopes to expand on his academic achievements as his career develops.

What happens when you combine a crazy love for travel and science with an interest in truly making the world a better place? Well, a ton of things, actually! Kyle Edmunds is a biomedical engineer from Reykjavik, Iceland whose career started at UW Madison in nuclear engineering. In his talk, he will describe how a love for helping people and exploring the world can lead to truly make a difference in the lives of others – all it takes is a passion for humanity, a good backpack, and an opportunity to learn and explore! (Running Time 26:17)