Biomedical Engineering


All Nations University is one of the universities in Ghana which has over the years since 2005 produced highly equipped Biomedical engineers with good Christian values across the country.

The Department seeks to train and equip the students with the needed skills in engineering practices relevant to the medical sector. Biomedical engineering is a journey of engineering applications in the medical field as they are responsible for manufacturing, maintaining, and decommissioning of medical devices. They also take part in medical imaging through the application of engineering principles to solve healthcare problems. They have been trailblazers in the medical arena through the development of artificial organs and implants for the human body. Our Biomedical engineers work in a wide area of settings and there are many different career paths including industry, academia, entrepreneurship, and medicine within Ghana and abroad.

MISSION: Our mission is to combine the design and problem-solving skills of Engineering with medical, biological science and technology to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment.

Head of Department


Prof. Jancy Helena.S
RN.RM, M.Sc N, Ph.D.

School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences

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Why study Biomedical Engineering?

The department of Biomedical Engineering is an inter disciplinary program that offer vast opportunist to students who pursue it. Biomedical Engineering uses engineering principles in physical sciences, biological and medical sciences to improve diagnoses and treatment in health care delivery. It combines the design and problem-solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment.


  • Designing, developing, testing, modifying products, equipment and medical devices
  • Implementing new medical procedures such as computer- aided surgery and tissue engineering
  • Sales and Service of medical devices and robotics medical systems.
  • Install, adjust, Maintain, repair or provide technical support for biomedical equipment.
  • Evaluate the safety, efficiency and effectiveness of biomedical equipment.
  • Train Clinicians and other personnel on the proper use of equipment.
  • Work with life Scientists, chemists, biotechnologist and medical scientists to research the engineering aspects.
  • Medical technologist


  • Bioinformatics
  • Biotechnology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Food technology
  • Food Science
  • Forensic Science
  • Biochemistry
  • Biomaterials
  • Material Science
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Microbiology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Molecular biology
  • Medical electronics


Engr. Dr. Archibald Danquah-Amoah, B.Eng., M.Tech., Ph.D.

Dean of School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences


Mercy Adusei Boatemaa, Ramachandra Ragunathan and Jishnu Naskar (2019). Nanogold for In-Vitro Inhibition of Salmonella Strains. Journal of Nanomaterials, Vol. 2019, ID 9268128,11.

Dr. Boatemaa Mercy Adusei, B.Eng., M.Tech., Ph.D.

Head of the Department


Boatemaa M.A., Sonkar N., Jan M.W., Ragunathan R., Naskar J (2018). Therapeutic, Nutraceutical and Nanoformulation Potentials of Prekese (Tetrapleura Tetraptera). Journal of Applied Biosciences 44 (1&2): 1-13.

Prof. Eric Ofori, B.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., PDF.

Ms. Mary Anane, B.Eng., M.Tech., (Ph.D.

Mr. Richard Barnes Asamoah, B.Eng., M.Eng

Engr. Mrs. Vida Quao, B.Eng., M.Tech.

Mr. Daniel Amiteye, B.Sc, MPhil

Ms. Justina Owusu-Ansah, B.Eng., M.Eng.

Mr. Afful-Mensah Bright Ameyaw, B.Sc, M.Sc

Mr. Emmanuel Opoku Yeboah, B.Eng

Mr. Samuel Tsibuah Assumang, B.Eng.

Mr. Prince Asare, B.Eng.

Mr. Ogbegbe Goodnews, B.Eng.