The BioPoint team is dedicated to identifying key areas of collaboration with industry and government partners to advance research and development in the life sciences, bioengineering, and biomedical engineering. 


To inspire dynamic, resilient scholarship and education to understand, harness and engineer cells and organisms for next-generation solutions in healthcare and allied industries.


To drive the future of life sciences fundamental and applied research by providing an intellectual and experiential learning environment that promotes interdisciplinary collaborative research both within and beyond WPI.

Research Centers

BioPoint is affiliated with PracticePoint and the Healthcare Delivery Institute. Our faculty are also working on creating two new centers, one that focuses on Cell and Tissue Engineering and another one in the Neuroscience/Neuroengineering space.


BioPoint has access to state-of-the-art research facilities and laboratories, which are also open to its partners. Among these are the LSBC, the BETC, PracticePoint, and LEAP.

Industry & Outreach

Discover the many ways your company can partner with WPI to drive business growth through strong talent pipelines, a more knowledgeable and productive workforce, groundbreaking research, and innovative technologies.

Graduate Programs

The BioPoint program for graduate students has been designed to complement traditional training in bioscience, digital and engineering fields. Students will have the flexibility to select research advisors and take electives in other departments.

Undergrad Programs

Undergraduate research at WPI runs the gamut from basic to applied to fundamental. Research problems come from within academia or from our business, industry, or government partners.

Grant Opportunities

The first step in obtaining research funding is identifying appropriate sponsors and opportunities. Although there is no single database that provides comprehensive information about all grant-providing organizations, there are several internal and extern


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Citing important contributions to the development of multifunctional biomaterials and in broadening participation of minorities and women in STEM, the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the election of Winston Soboyejo to its College of Fellows.