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In this area you will find links to useful resources (Projects in BME, Relevant Bodies in BME, Relevant Publications in BME, Relevant Conferences in BME etc.).

Projects in BME

  • BIOAPP (Biodesign for health) - Teach students in biomedical engineering to innovate

Website: http://www.bioapp.eu

Duration: 2 years (Nov. 2011 – Oct 2013)

Program: FP7 Lifelong Learning Programme, ERASMUS Multilateral Projects

 

  • CRH-BME – Curricula Reformation and Harmonisation in the field of Biomedical Engineering

Website: http://www.crhbme.upatras.gr

Program: Joint Project within the TEMPUS IV program (95% financed by the Commission of the European Communities)

Duration: 2009-2012

 

  • OSTEOform (E-learning tool about surgical fracture management for orthopedic surgeons and biomedical engineers)

Website: http://www.osteoform.org

Duration: 2 years (Nov 2009 – Oct. 2011)

Program: Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral Projects ‘Transfer of Innovation’

 

  • orthoTRAINING (E-learning tool about spine surgical techniques for orthopedic surgeons and biomedical engineers)

Website: http://www.orthotrain.com

Duration: 2 years (Nov 2009 – Oct. 2011)

Program: Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral Projects ‘Transfer of Innovation’

 

  • Virtual Physiological Human Network of Excellence

Website: http://www.vph-noe.eu/

Duration: 4.5 years (Jun. 2008 – Dec. 2012)

Program: FP7-ICT-2007

 

  • On-Line Ortho - On-line Performance Support Environment for Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Surgery

Website: http://onlineortho.dipseil.net/

Program: Leonardo da Vinci ‘Transfer of Innovation’

Duration: 2 years (Oct. 2008 – Sep. 2010)

 

  • European Virtual Campus for Biomedical Engineering (EVICAB)

Website: http://www.evicab.eu/

Duration: 2 years (1.1.2006 till 31.12.2007)

The project was funded by the European Commission under the program Education and Training.

 

  • BIOMEDEA (Biomedical and Clinical Engineering Education, Accreditation, Training and Certification. Medical/Biological/Clinical Engineering Providing a Safe Health Care Environment)

Website: http://www.biomedea.org

 

Relevant Bodies in BME

 

  • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) is the world's largest international society of biomedical engineers. The organization's 9,100 members reside in some 97 countries around the world. EMBS provides its members with access to the people, practices, information, ideas and opinions that are shaping one of the fastest growing fields in science.

Website: http://www.embs.org

 

  • The International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) is primarily a federation of national and transnational societies. These professional organizations represent interests in medical and biological engineering. The IFMBE is also a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) for the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO), where we are uniquely positioned to influence the delivery of health care to the world through Biomedical and Clinical Engineering. The IFMBE’s objectives are scientific and technological as well as educational and literary. Within the field of medical, biological and clinical engineering IFMBE's aims are to encourage research and application of knowledge, and to disseminate information and promote collaboration. The IFMBE joins the International Organization for Medical Physicists (IOMP) in a Union called the International Union for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine (IUPESM).

Website: http://www.ifmbe.org/

 

  • European Alliance for Medical and Biological Engineering & Science (EAMBES) is a no-profit international organization incorporated according to the Belgian law, that federates most scientific societies and academic and research institutions located in Europe and involved with Biomedical Engineering or as it is more appropriately defined Medical and Biological Engineering and Science. The main objective of EAMBES is to improve the health, wealth, and well being of the citizens of Europe by the application of Medical and Biological Engineering and Science. EAMBES today represents 24 national and 5 transnational scientific societies, as well as 26 academic and research institutions; through its member organisations, approximately 8000 European experts in the domain of Medical and Biological Engineering and Science (MBES).

Website: http://www.eambes.org/

 

 

Relevant Publications in BME

 

  • BioMedical Engineering OnLine

(http://www.biomedical-engineering-online.com/about)

 

 

 

Relevant Conferences in BME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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