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Biomedical Engineering: problem solving using clinical and biomedical applications; 6th – 8th June 2017


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This is the FIRST live streamed only, three day professional conference discussing Biomedical Engineering. We have gathered together invited speakers from around the world, who you might not otherwise have access to.

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This event will discuss the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes.

Meeting Description: Including topics such as tissue, neural and pharmaceutical engineering as well as regenerative medicine, this informal international gathering will discuss the future of biomedical engineering for improved healthcare.

Who Should Attend: Anyone working on, or interested in, biomedical engineering should find this event of value. This includes people working in the fields of micro-implants, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, neural engineering, Implants, bionics, pharmaceutical engineering and biomaterials.

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Registration Fees

We encourage questions, discussion and debate and have a relaxed atmosphere which generates maximum interaction online.

After registration you will be connected to an online networking site where you will be able to have discussions with all participants of this event, before, during and after the meeting.

Invited speakers and their talks Include

Talk TItleSpeakerAffiliationCountry
A complete software application for automatic registration of x-ray mammography and magnetic resonance imagesDr. María José Rupérez MorenoUniversitat Politècnica de ValènciaSpain
TBCDr. Adrian RangaKatholieke Universiteit LeuveBelgium
Beyond usability: ensuring biomedical technologies are fit for purposeProfessor Ann BlandfordUniversity College LondonUnited Kingdom
State of the art and failure mechanisms of DLC coated articulating joint replacementsDr. Roland Hauert Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and TechnologSwitzerland
TBCDr. Daniel Martijn De BruinAcademic Medical CenterNetherlands
Sealantis, a biomimetic tissue adhesive inspired by algaeAssociate Professor Havazelet Bianco-PeledTechnion - Israel Institute of TechnologyIsrael
Bioinformatics tools for RNA-sequencing cancer samples analysisAssociate Professor Andrea AcquavivaPolitecnico di TorinoItaly
TBCDr. Luca UrbaniUCL Institute of Child HealthUnited Kingdom
Robotics in rehabilitationDr. Cristina Manuela Peixoto SantosUniversity of MinhoPortugal
Biomimetic systems for tissue regenerationDr Elisa MeleLoughborough UniversityUnited Kingdom
Clinical investigation of miRNA (diagnostics and prognostic)Dr James BrownNational University of Ireland GalwayIreland
TBCDr. Atefeh SoloukAmirkabir University of TechnologyIran
Data processing and visualisation in Cardiac Magnetic Resonance ImagingDr Rashed KarimKing's College LondonUnited Kingdom
Developing image-based biomechanical models to help resolve health problemsAssociate Professor Yunhua LuoUniversity of ManitobaCanada
TBCDr. Jöns HilbornUppsala UniversitySweden
TBCProfessor Ewaryst Tkacz Silesian University of TechnologyPoland
Biodegradable magnesium for orthopaedic applicationsDr. Yan HuangBrunel University LondonUnited Kingdom
Mechanical design principles in spine surgery: from validation to application.Dr. Luigi La BarberaPolitecnico di MilanoItaly
TBCDr. Matthew WilliamsImperial College Healthcare NHS TrustUnited Kingdom
Microfluidics for investigating liver metabolic disordersDr. Manuele GoriUniversita' Campus Bio-Medico di RomaItaly
TBCDr. Afzal ShahUniversity of TorontoCanada
My personalized biomedical model: when medical imaging supports computer-assisted diagnosis and interventionProfessor Jérôme Schmid, Haute école de santéHES-SO GenèveSwitzerland
TBCDr Denise Paschoal SoaresUniversidade do PortoPortugal
Molecular imaging, Radiogenomics and Personalized imagingDr. Abhishek MahajanKing's College LondonUnited Kingdom
TBCDr. Chia-Hsien HsuNational Health Research InstituteTaiwan
Assistive technologies and robotic rehabilitation for spinal cord injury patientsDr. Arash AramiImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
TBCProfessor Nicolas SzitaUniversity College LondonUnited Kingdom
ANIMO for cartilage developmentAssistant Professor Janine PostMIRA institute for biomedical technology and technical medicineNetherlands
TBCDr Mohd Nazil SallehUniversiti SelangorMalaysia
TBCDr. Davide MoscatelliPolitecnico di MilanoItaly
TBCDr Oleg AslanidiKing's College LondonUnited Kingdom
TBCDr. Rebecca ShipleyUniversity College LondonUnited Kingdom
Analysis of the voice for screening purposes Professor Giovanni SaggioUniversity of Rome Tor VergataItaly
TBCDr. Giovanni BiglinoUCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science & Great Ormond Street Hospital for ChildrenUnited Kingdom
TBCProfessor Giuseppe BattagliaUniversity College LondonUnited Kingdom
TBCProfessor Gurunath RamanathanIndian Institute of Technology KanpurIndia
AIE Materials for Bioimaging, Diagnosis and Therapy ApplicationsDr. Ben Zhong TANGThe Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologHong Kong
Magnetic and Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Cancer Thermal TherapiesDr. Claire WilhelmUniversity Paris DiderotFrance
TBCProfessor Krishna Pramanik, National Institute of TechnologyIndia
The virtual heart - a platform for studying cardiac arrhythmiasProfessor Henggui ZhangThe University of ManchesterUnited Kingdom
TBCProfessor François A. AugerFaculty of Medicine of Université LavalCanada
Tissue-engineering of organs using human stem cellsProfessor Suchitra Sumitran-HolgerssonUniversity of GothenburgSweden
New Materials from BiomassProfessor Mark MacLachlanUniversity of British ColumbiaCanada
Biomimetic tumour in-vitro models: organized cell cultures in easy-to-use microfluidic systemsDr. Luis J. FernandezUniversity of ZaragozaSpain
TBCProfessor Michael ThompsonUniversity of TorontoCanada
Microscale Sensors and Systems for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine ApplicationsDr. Mehmet R. DokmeciInstructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolUnited States

All the event will be recorded and available for all registered delegates up to a month after the event. So if you cant manage all the days, or the different time zones, you can still have access to the full event


Oral presentation abstract submission deadline is 15th May 2017

The early registration deadline is 21st May 2017

Poster submission deadline is 21st May 2017

A Euroscicon live streamed event gives you access to a wider range of international speakers at a fraction of the cost of a real world event. Furthermore, you no longer have to worry about travel or accommodation expenses, or any arrangements you have which clash with our events.

Biomedical Engineering has an open abstract session:

Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to Biomedical Engineering

Abstract Submission

Poster Submission

Advisory Board Members

Dr. Nicholas R ForsythKeele University Medical SchoolUnited Kingdom
Dr Marco TatulloTecnologica Research InstituteItaly
Dr Ali DoostmohammadiShahrekord UniversityIran
Dr Xuebin YangUniversity of LeedsUnited Kingdom

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Why attend a Live Streamed Event

As Euroscicon are the first to run virtual Life Science conferences we thought you might be unfamiliar with the benefits of attending.  

Please view these meetings as you would a usual conference,  but with the following advantages

  • Less travel time means more time for you at work and at home`
  • Access the whole event from the com­fort of your own home or office
  • Reg­is­tra­tion Fees are much less than a “bricks and mor­tar” event
  • No expen­di­ture on hotels and sundries
  • Con­nect with a larger and more global audi­ence, many of whom may have not attended due to cost and travel constraints
  • Catch up on missed talks in the evening or your free time
  • No flight delays, pass­port con­trol or secu­rity checks
  • Jug­gle work demands with con­fer­ence attendance
  • Dip in and out of talks with­out being noticed
  • No pack­ing and unpack­ing and won­der­ing whether your lug­gage will make it through to the other side
  • Access all con­fer­ence mate­ri­als and audio online for 1 month after the event
  • Eas­ily locate con­fer­ence atten­dees and arrange a con­fer­ence call, rather than search­ing hotel lob­bies for your clients
  • Save hun­dreds of thou­sands of gal­lons of air fuel because of the aggre­gate efforts of attendees

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