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The latest from the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
[MARCH 2019] EMBC 2019 Science Park This year we created a new format to
present your research projects at this conference: the Science Park. The
Science Park offers you a unique chance to present a scientific project
or research consortium to the scientific community of the world. The
science park will be located in the same hall as the industrial
exhibition while being clearly separated. Delegates will pass by during
coffee breaks or during their visit to the industrial exhibition. It
will be open during the hours of the conference from Wednesday until
Friday, giving you ample time to meet other scientists who are
interested in your project. If you are interested please send an email
to embc-at-conventus.de Email for More Details EMBS MOOC is BACK!!!! It's
Baaack! The #EMBS #MOOC, "So you want to be a #BiomedicalEngineer" is
now back on EdX! Now is the time to finish your work and get your
certificate! Visit MOOC Join us at the Deep Tech Pharma Forum on 10-11
April 2019 in Philadelphia, PA This open collaboration tech forum will
focus on discussion and collaboration on the viable use of AI, Internet
of Medical Things (IoMT)/Sensors, Machine Learning (ML),
Blockchain/Digital Ledger Technologies (DLTS) and VR/AR to address
challenges and create opportunities in the pharmaceutical value chain.
Register Now IEEE Healthcare Innovations and Point of Care Technologies
(HI-POCT) 2019 Conference Call for Papers The IEEE HI-POCT 2019
Conference will be taking place on November 20-22, 2019 at the NIH
Campus in Bethesda, MD USA. The call for papers is being announced and
we are accepting full four-page papers as well as one-page abstract
papers. Please follow the link to our conference website for full
details on deadlines and submission guidelines as well as updates as
they happen. See More See More IEEE BHI-BSN 2019 - 1-page Abstract
Submission Deadline - March 17, 2019 The IEEE-EMBS Conference on
Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) 2019 and the IEEE-EMBS
Conference on Body Sensor Networks (BSN) 2019, to be held in Chicago,
IL, USA, 19-22 May 2019, are still accepting 1-page Extended Abstract
submissions! Submission Deadline: March 17, 2019 These submissions will
be presented in poster session format at the conference. The joint
program (BHI-BSN’19) will provide a unique forum for world-renowned
speakers from academic and research institutes, government agencies, and
industry to showcase enabling technologies and novel clinical
applications in sensors and systems, precision medicine and preventive
care. Industry Showcase BHI-BSN 2019 is proud to present the 2nd
edition of our industry showcase, highlighting some of the most
innovative new products in the market. We are delighted that one of last
year’s finalists translated their innovation into a successful
start-up, receiving $4M in seed funding, and we are excited to see more
innovative products this year. This year’s focus will be on preventive
healthcare. We highly encourage companies with promising new products to
apply by March 20, 2019. Visit our website Register Register Now for
ISBI 2019 and Clinical Day! The IEEE International Symposium on
Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) is a scientific conference dedicated to
mathematical, algorithmic, and computational aspects of biological and
biomedical imaging. The 2019 meeting will be held in Venice, Italy, from
April 8-11. ISBI's Clinical Day is a day-long special session with a
focus on modern applications of neuroimaging to motor neuron disease,
traumatic brain injury, and psychiatry. More Information A New Vision
for Preventing Pressure Ulcers With an aging population, the incidence
and prevalence of wound problems is on the rise. Bedsores (also known as
pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers) are painful, take months to heal,
and, for many patients, never do, leading to other health problems. The
condition has become so acute that treating bedsores is now a
significant burden on the healthcare system. An estimated 2.5 million
pressure ulcers are treated in U.S. hospitals each year, adding US$11
billion annually to health care costs. See Full Article See More
Announcements from the Cardiopulmonary Systems Technical Committee The
Cardiopulmonary Systems Technical Committee is organizing a full-day
workshop, "Cardiorespiratory physiology and modeling with clinical
applications", at the EMBC 2019 (Berlin, Germany) on Tuesday 23 July.
This workshop covers cardiovascular and respiratory physiology,
mathematical modeling and the use of simulation models to aid in the
understanding of the normo- and patho-physiology of the heart, the
lungs, and their interactions. The workshop is given by experts in the
field and is geared toward undergraduate and early graduate students
entering the field of cardiorespiratory systems engineering. See More
Highlights from JTEHM: Algorithms for monitoring heart rate and
respiratory rate from the video of a user’s face This paper presents
the development and validation of a noninvasive point-of-care method for
monitoring heart rate and respiratory rate from video of a user's face.
Think your paper might be a good fit for JTEHM? Ask us!
pamela.bhatti-jtehm-at-ieee.org See More 2nd IEEE EMBS International Summer
School on Computer Modeling in Medicine The theme for the 2019 summer
school is "Image-based modeling for personalized medical device design."
Prominent experts from academia and industry will cover fundamental
concepts and current trends in model-based medical device design.
Hands-on tutorials with simulation software will be presented to
demonstrate application of concepts covered in lectures. This summer
school is primarily geared towards graduate students, postdoctoral
researchers, and individuals from the medical device/imaging industry,
with an interest in developing and applying computational models for
medical device design, analysis, and evaluation. Invited lecturers with
extensive experience in the field will deliver lectures on topics
including: Device models: mechanical, electromagnetic, acoustic
Device-tissue interactions: biomechanics, biofluids, bioheat transfer,
bioelectromagnetics Tissue/organ function models For further
information, please contact Dr. Dieter Haemmerich, haemmer-at-musc.edu, or
Dr. Punit Prakash, prakashp-at-ksu.edu . Applications accepted now,
deadline: March 15, 2019 DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR EMBS AND CHAPTER
AWARDS Call for EMBS Award Nominations EMBS sponsors 12 Awards of member
recognition for technical and professional excellence, service to the
society, local activities, publications and student papers. The deadline
for nomination is MARCH 15, 2019. Submit Nomination New opportunities
for chapter awards this year! We would like to extend the chance to
nominate a EMBS Chapter or an EMBS Student Chapter/Club for an award
this year. To promote geographic diversity within the society and to be
able to recognize more chapters, EMBS is introducing a NEW format and
will present awards to 1 EMBS Chapter and 1 EMBS Student Chapter/Club
per each EMBS Region. This new format will provide more opportunity for
chapter recognition than before. Be sure your region has an award winner
by nominating your local chapter!. The deadline for nomination is MARCH
15, 2019. Submit Your Nomination for Regional Chapter Awards Submit
Chapter Nomination Francis Collins Discusses Harassment in the Workplace
A milestone report on sexual harassment in science has identified
pervasive problems and policy shortcomings at the field's highest
levels. In response, NIH apologized for not addressing more quickly
“the climate and culture that has caused such harm.” William
Brangham talks to NIH's director, Dr. Francis Collins, about the risk of
potentially driving women away from careers in scientific fields. More
Information LET'S GET SOCIAL! To stay current on the latest
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