Tremendous advances in electrical engineering are placing the field center stage in addressing the most important problems facing society today. Medicine and biological sciences pose particularly exciting challenges, as they strive to create a healthier population through a deeper understanding and through substantially more efficient ways of delivering healthcare. Electrical Engineering has resulted in new modalities for interacting with biological systems and in new value that such interactions can bring to medicine and healthcare. Through the advanced functions possible in electronic systems of today, EE is having an impact on biological sciences and healthcare like no discipline has had before. Research at Princeton is at the forefront of this impact, with highly interdisciplinary teams of researchers working with practitioners to translate advanced technologies into real-world solutions.