Hi all, I am currently a premed in a combined BS/MD majoring in biology. I was interested in bioengineering and was thinking about pursuing a bioengineering masters bc its too late to switch from my bio major. I think bioengineering is really cool and would love to learn more about it so I may be able to innovate and design something years down the line as a surgeon. Could any surgeon engineers out there who have done this share their experience? Does the masters help you as a surgeon in research and design?