The University of Washington’s BioRobotics Lab is home to a number of students and faculty dedicated to improving the lives of people through cyberphysical systems. Our mission is to develop science, technology, and human resources at the interface between robotics, control theory and the biological sciences. Our goal is to produce useful, innovative research and technology as well as trained researchers capable of driving technological advancement in medical and biological systems.

For more information about the BioRobotics researchers, feel free to read the following overviews of the faculty and students who work here:


Faculty members leading the BRL Read More

Affiliated Faculty

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Current Postdocs working on lab-related research Read More

Graduate Students

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