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nvolved in aspects of EMBS management, including its conferences, technical=
activities, and publications? Here is your chance!" The IEEE EMBS solicits=
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ody of the IEEE EMB Society. It is required to meet two times each year. Re=
cent changes in the EMBS Bylaws have redefined the categories of AdCom Memb=
ers: 5 members now represent geographic areas of interest / priority, 5 rep=
resentatives whose strength lies in key technical areas of EMBS, and 5 memb=
ers who are active practitioners in the field of biomedical engineering (e.=
g. clinicians, health policy, medical industry). In addition, 1 student and=
1 young professional shall also be sought. As a AdCom member you must be =
available for 1-2 AdCom meetings per year, partake in email discussions and=
voting on AdCom motions and participate in all committee related items. At=
this time we seek nominations for the following positions that will serve =
for the terms listed below, beginning 1 January 2020. Administrative Commit=
tee Geographic: one representative of Latin America (3 year term) Geographi=
c: one representative of Middle East and Africa (3 year term) Technical: tw=
o representatives (3 year terms) Practitioner: four representatives (3 year=
term) Young Professional: one representative (2 year term) Student Represe=
ntative: one representative (2 year term) Submit Nomination Can Your Innova=
tion Help Improve Player Health? The Football Players Health Study (FPHS) a=
t Harvard University is soliciting proposals for innovative =E2=80=9CHealth=
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essional football players. Successfully funded awards, up to $100K, will ha=
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ootball players such as sleep apnea, cardiometabolic and cardiovascular dis=
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r Now BHI-BSN Industry Showcase BHI-BSN 2019 is proud to present the 2nd e=
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ew products in the market. We are delighted that one of last year=E2=80=99s=
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g $4M in seed funding, and we are excited to see more innovative products t=
his year. This year=E2=80=99s focus will be on preventive healthcare. We hi=
ghly encourage companies with promising new products to apply by April 1, 2=
019. Visit our website Registration is now open for IEEE BHI-BSN 2019! Regi=
ster by April 15th to receive the early-bird rates. Register now Are you in=
terested in becoming a sponsor for EMBC 19? Sponsorship Information EMBC 20=
19 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 t=
he scientific community of the world. The science park will be located in t=
he same hall as the industrial exhibition while being clearly separated. De=
legates will pass by during coffee breaks or during their visit to the indu=
strial 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 =
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nd Clinical Day! The IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (IS=
BI) is a scientific conference dedicated to mathematical, algorithmic, and =
computational aspects of biological and biomedical imaging. The 2019 meetin=
g 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 neuroimagin=
g to motor neuron disease, traumatic brain injury, and psychiatry. More Inf=
ormation Battling Superbugs: How Phage Therapy Went From Obscure to Promisi=
ng Until a dangerous bacterial infection left her husband near death, infec=
tious disease epidemiologist Steffanie Strathdee had never heard of bacteri=
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Club for an award this year. To promote geographic diversity within the soc=
iety and to be able to recognize more chapters, EMBS is introducing a NEW f=
ormat 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 fo=
r chapter recognition than before. Be sure your region has an award winner =
by nominating your local chapter!. The deadline for nomination is MARCH 29,=
2019. Submit Your Nomination for Regional Chapter Awards Submit Chapter No=
mination Meet our new EiC of IEEE Transaction on Medical Imaging Leslie Yin=
g received her B.E. in Electronics Engineering from Tsinghua University, Ch=
ina in 1997 and both her M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the =
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign in 1999 and 2003, respectively=
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g and Electrical Engineering. Her research interests include magnetic reson=
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The IEEE EMBS solicits names for candidates for positions on its Administrative Committee (AdCom) for terms of three years. The AdCom is the administrative and governance body of the IEEE EMB Society. It is required to meet two times each year.



Recent changes in the EMBS Bylaws have redefined the categories of AdCom Members: 5 members now represent geographic areas of interest / priority, 5 representatives whose strength lies in key technical areas of EMBS, and 5 members who are active practitioners in the field of biomedical engineering (e.g. clinicians, health policy, medical industry). In addition, 1 student and 1 young professional shall also be sought. 



As a AdCom member you must be available for 1-2 AdCom meetings per year, partake in email discussions and voting on AdCom motions and participate in all committee related items.



At this time we seek nominations for the following positions that will serve for the terms listed below, beginning 1 January 2020.



Administrative Committee




  • Geographic: one representative of Latin America (3 year term)

  • Geographic: one representative of Middle East and Africa (3 year term)

  • Technical: two representatives (3 year terms)

  • Practitioner: four representatives (3 year term)

  • Young Professional: one representative (2 year term)

  • Student Representative: one representative (2 year term)


























































































































Can Your Innovation Help Improve Player Health?













The Football Players Health Study (FPHS) at Harvard University is soliciting proposals for innovative “HealthTech” solutions to improve the health of former and/or current professional football players.



Successfully funded awards, up to $100K, will have an emphasis on improving health by applying a technology to either prevent or treat a medical condition with high prevalence among American style football players such as sleep apnea, cardiometabolic and cardiovascular disease, neurocognitive impairment, musculoskeletal injury, or chronic pain.



Applications for this funding opportunity are due by April 14, 2019.






























































 BHI-BSN 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 April 1, 2019.



























Registration is now open for IEEE BHI-BSN 2019! Register by April 15th to receive the early-bird rates.




























































































Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for EMBC 19?














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




























































































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.



















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The latest from the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society [MARC=
H 2019] LAST CHANCE TO SUBMIT AN ADCOM NOMINATION "Do you want to be more i=
nvolved in aspects of EMBS management, including its conferences, technical=
activities, and publications? Here is your chance!" The IEEE EMBS solicits=
names for candidates for positions on its Administrative Committee (AdCom)=
for terms of three years. The AdCom is the administrative and governance b=
ody of the IEEE EMB Society. It is required to meet two times each year. Re=
cent changes in the EMBS Bylaws have redefined the categories of AdCom Memb=
ers: 5 members now represent geographic areas of interest / priority, 5 rep=
resentatives whose strength lies in key technical areas of EMBS, and 5 memb=
ers who are active practitioners in the field of biomedical engineering (e.=
g. clinicians, health policy, medical industry). In addition, 1 student and=
1 young professional shall also be sought. As a AdCom member you must be =
available for 1-2 AdCom meetings per year, partake in email discussions and=
voting on AdCom motions and participate in all committee related items. At=
this time we seek nominations for the following positions that will serve =
for the terms listed below, beginning 1 January 2020. Administrative Commit=
tee Geographic: one representative of Latin America (3 year term) Geographi=
c: one representative of Middle East and Africa (3 year term) Technical: tw=
o representatives (3 year terms) Practitioner: four representatives (3 year=
term) Young Professional: one representative (2 year term) Student Represe=
ntative: one representative (2 year term) Submit Nomination Can Your Innova=
tion Help Improve Player Health? The Football Players Health Study (FPHS) a=
t Harvard University is soliciting proposals for innovative =E2=80=9CHealth=
Tech=E2=80=9D solutions to improve the health of former and/or current prof=
essional football players. Successfully funded awards, up to $100K, will ha=
ve an emphasis on improving health by applying a technology to either preve=
nt or treat a medical condition with high prevalence among American style f=
ootball players such as sleep apnea, cardiometabolic and cardiovascular dis=
ease, neurocognitive impairment, musculoskeletal injury, or chronic pain. A=
pplications for this funding opportunity are due by April 14, 2019. Registe=
r Now BHI-BSN Industry Showcase BHI-BSN 2019 is proud to present the 2nd e=
dition of our industry showcase, highlighting some of the most innovative n=
ew products in the market. We are delighted that one of last year=E2=80=99s=
finalists translated their innovation into a successful start-up, receivin=
g $4M in seed funding, and we are excited to see more innovative products t=
his year. This year=E2=80=99s focus will be on preventive healthcare. We hi=
ghly encourage companies with promising new products to apply by April 1, 2=
019. Visit our website Registration is now open for IEEE BHI-BSN 2019! Regi=
ster by April 15th to receive the early-bird rates. Register now Are you in=
terested in becoming a sponsor for EMBC 19? Sponsorship Information EMBC 20=
19 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 t=
he scientific community of the world. The science park will be located in t=
he same hall as the industrial exhibition while being clearly separated. De=
legates will pass by during coffee breaks or during their visit to the indu=
strial 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 More Information Register Register Now for ISBI 2019 a=
nd Clinical Day! The IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (IS=
BI) is a scientific conference dedicated to mathematical, algorithmic, and =
computational aspects of biological and biomedical imaging. The 2019 meetin=
g 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 neuroimagin=
g to motor neuron disease, traumatic brain injury, and psychiatry. More Inf=
ormation Battling Superbugs: How Phage Therapy Went From Obscure to Promisi=
ng Until a dangerous bacterial infection left her husband near death, infec=
tious disease epidemiologist Steffanie Strathdee had never heard of bacteri=
ophage therapy. But when doctors discovered that he was infected with a let=
hal, multidrug-resistant strain of Acinetobacter baumannii, she scoured the=
scientific literature for alternative strategies to battle superbug infect=
ions and came across a paper extolling the potential virtues of treatment w=
ith bacterial viruses called bacteriophages (phages). Phage therapy ultimat=
ely saved his life, and Strathdee continues to explore the potential of the=
se therapies at University of California San Diego (UCSD). See Full Article=
DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR EMBS AND CHAPTER AWARDS Call for EMBS Award Nomin=
ations EMBS sponsors 12 Awards of member recognition for technical and prof=
essional excellence, service to the society, local activities, publications=
and student papers. The deadline for nomination is MARCH 29, 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 soc=
iety and to be able to recognize more chapters, EMBS is introducing a NEW f=
ormat 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 fo=
r chapter recognition than before. Be sure your region has an award winner =
by nominating your local chapter!. The deadline for nomination is MARCH 29,=
2019. Submit Your Nomination for Regional Chapter Awards Submit Chapter No=
mination Meet our new EiC of IEEE Transaction on Medical Imaging Leslie Yin=
g received her B.E. in Electronics Engineering from Tsinghua University, Ch=
ina in 1997 and both her M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the =
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign in 1999 and 2003, respectively=
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LAST CHANCE TO SUBMIT AN ADCOM NOMINATION






























The IEEE EMBS solicits names for candidates for positions on its Administrative Committee (AdCom) for terms of three years. The AdCom is the administrative and governance body of the IEEE EMB Society. It is required to meet two times each year.



Recent changes in the EMBS Bylaws have redefined the categories of AdCom Members: 5 members now represent geographic areas of interest / priority, 5 representatives whose strength lies in key technical areas of EMBS, and 5 members who are active practitioners in the field of biomedical engineering (e.g. clinicians, health policy, medical industry). In addition, 1 student and 1 young professional shall also be sought. 



As a AdCom member you must be available for 1-2 AdCom meetings per year, partake in email discussions and voting on AdCom motions and participate in all committee related items.



At this time we seek nominations for the following positions that will serve for the terms listed below, beginning 1 January 2020.



Administrative Committee




  • Geographic: one representative of Latin America (3 year term)

  • Geographic: one representative of Middle East and Africa (3 year term)

  • Technical: two representatives (3 year terms)

  • Practitioner: four representatives (3 year term)

  • Young Professional: one representative (2 year term)

  • Student Representative: one representative (2 year term)


























































































































Can Your Innovation Help Improve Player Health?













The Football Players Health Study (FPHS) at Harvard University is soliciting proposals for innovative “HealthTech” solutions to improve the health of former and/or current professional football players.



Successfully funded awards, up to $100K, will have an emphasis on improving health by applying a technology to either prevent or treat a medical condition with high prevalence among American style football players such as sleep apnea, cardiometabolic and cardiovascular disease, neurocognitive impairment, musculoskeletal injury, or chronic pain.



Applications for this funding opportunity are due by April 14, 2019.






























































 BHI-BSN 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 April 1, 2019.



























Registration is now open for IEEE BHI-BSN 2019! Register by April 15th to receive the early-bird rates.




























































































Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for EMBC 19?














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




























































































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.


















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