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Muhammad Zaman’s research is focused at the interface of cell biology, mechanics, systems biology, and medicine – specifically in understanding and decoupling the integrated chemical, biological, and mechanical basis of tumor invasion that precedes metastasis. He also aims to develop technologies and solutions to improve the quality and practice of medicine in the developing world. To further this goal, Zaman created a biomedical engineering educational program, Q-EPIC, that focuses on training engineers with a rigorous global focus and a deep understanding of challenges in emerging markets and resource limited settings. The program creates the opportunity for engineers to create solutions that are focused, targeted, and scalable, potentially having a transformative impact on healthcare in developed countries.