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The Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society of the IEEE progresses the utilization of designing sciences and innovation to pharmaceutical and science, advances the calling, and gives worldwide initiative to the regale of its individuals and humankind by spreading information, setting measures, encouraging proficient improvement, and perceiving fabulousness. Mission

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World\'s biggest bioengineering society ~8,400 individuals

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IEEE EMBS is solid in its establishment and is the main bioengineering society with a wide exhibit of value items and administrations for the advantage of its individuals and mankind EMBS cultivates between disciplinary exercises inside and without IEEE making chances to team up on tasks (diaries, meetings, and so forth) crossing designing and the life sciences group Many volunteer open doors are accessible. Great volunteers & pioneers expected to make IEEE EMBS more grounded By cooperating, we can change and alter future prescription and human services

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EMBS Members by Employment Academic 52% Members in Medical Curricula 15% Industry 46% Members in Medical Industry (Hospital, MD, and so on) 12% Government 2% Reports keep running on AC individuals from WEBI on 1 November 2005

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Life Sciences Biology 1% Chemistry, Bio Chem 1% Medical 2% Non-specialized 2% Physics 5% Science 1% Unknown 5% Reports keep running on AC individuals from WEBI on 1 November 2005 Engineering Biomedical Engineering 16% Chemical 3% Communications 2% Computer 7% Informatics/Info Science 1% Industrial 18% EE/ECE 34% Mechanical 2% EMBS Members by Degree Program

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Diagnostic Systems Conventional frameworks Point-of-care diagnostics Imaging and different tests Therapeutic Systems Neuromuscular gadgets Cardiovascular gadgets Cancer treatment Drug conveyance Artificial tissues & organs: Silicon retina, cochlear, material sensors, nose, heart, … Healthcare and Bioinformation Systems MIS E-medication D2H2 Genomics, Proteomics, and Physiome Tools in medication revelations Technologies & Methodologies Biosignal Processing Biomedical Imaging: Molecular, X-beams, CT, MRI, PET, ultrasound and optical imaging Medical Instrumentation & Sensors MEMS and Nanotechnology Neural Engineering Rehabilitation Engineering Biorobotics Biosystems Modeling Computational bioengineering and bioinformatics EMBS Areas of Technical Interest

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Member Activities Local - an arrangement of sections worldwide for a wide range of systems administration openings and exercises 117 parts 42 understudy parts/26 understudy clubs Chapter Activities Matching Fund Program: up to $1,000 accessible Distinguished Lecturer Matching Fund Program: up to $1,000 accessible

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EMBS Chapter Locations

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EMBS California Chapters serving individuals locally 2-28 Engineering a Better Cancer 3-8 - Professor Francis J. Doyle III, Associate Director, Army Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Chair in Process Control, Department of Chemical Engineering, UCSB 3-28 Epilepsy and Brain Mapping 4-19 - Professor John M. Boone, Department of Radiology, School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Engineering, University of California, Davis. 4-25 Planetary Protection of Biology Samples coming back to Earth 5-2 - Professor Miguel A. L. Nicolelis, Departments of Neurobiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Psychological and Brain Sciences, Co-Director, Center for Neuroengineering, Medical Center, Duke University 5-30 Strategic Partnering and Start up Funding for Biomedical Industry 6-27 Toward Wearable Kidney 7-25 Medtone Insulin Inhaler 9-26 Biomolecular Manipulations with nanopulse electrical fields 10-24 Non obtrusive optical imaging and spectroscopic advancements 11-14 Tissue Engineering 12-12 Biologically roused Computational Intelligence SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND SAN JOSE SACRAMENTO FRESNO SANTA BARBARA THOUSAND OAKS VALENCIA LOS ANGELES IRVINE SAN DIEGO

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Student Chapters IEEE Student Branch EMBS Chapter

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Student Clubs

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Member Recognition Awards Career Achievement For exceptional commitment and accomplishment in the field of Biomedical Engineering , Career Achievement Award for progressing biomedical building and its practices, Service Achievement and Early Career Achievement Awards Best Chapter and Best New Chapter Awards Outstanding Performance Awards (OPA) for the best understudy section/club and the best new understudy part/club Student Paper Competition Award Student Summer School Travel Grants Journal "Best Paper" Awards Promotion to IEEE Fellows and Senior Members

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IEEE Bio – Content Growing since 1953 Biomedical Engineering 19,470+ reports Neural Networks 78,000+ records Artificial Intelligence 47,300+ archives Physiologic 1,640+ reports Magnetic Resonance Imaging 6,240+ archives Fuzzy Control 11,300+ reports Biocompatibility 780+ reports Tissue Engineering 920+ records Biomolecular/Electronics 292,500+ reports Microtechnology 1,270+ reports Cellular Systems 9,770+ archives Nanobioscience 400+ archives Bioinformatics 4,840+ archives DNA 7,700+ reports Biotechnology 3,100+ reports Clinical Engineering 570+ records Imaging 261,500+ records Radiology 6,740+ records Rehabilitation/Engineering 587,180+ archives Robotics/Surgery 61,750+ archives Telemedicine 2,690+ archives Biomimetic 1,140+ archives 1.5m reports in IEEEXplore Over 42,000 reports with Bio content

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EMBS Sponsored Publications IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME) IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMB) Magazine IEEE Transactions on Information Technology In Biomedicine (TITB) IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE) IEEE Reviews on Biomedical Engineering

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EMBS Co-Sponsored Publications IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging Co-supported with EMBS by the IEEE Nuclear Plasma Sciences Society, IEEE Signal Processing Society, IEEE Ultrasound IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience Co-supported with EMBS by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE CIS, IEEE Nanotechnology Council IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Co-supported with EMBS by ACM, IEEE Computer Society, EMBS, CIS IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems Co-supported with EMBS by the IEEE Circuits & Systems Society

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IEEE Transactions in Medical Imaging The #1 most very refered to diary in Imaging Science and the #3 most-refered to diary in Biomedical Engineering*

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EMBS Sponsored Conferences Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) 2007: Lyon, France 2008: Vancouver, Canada 2009: Minneapolis, USA 2010: Buenos Aires, Argentina 2011: Boston, MA 2012: San Diego, CA EMBC Proceedings are currently ordered in Medline/PUBmed IEEE EMBS STC on Neural Engineering 2009, Antalya, Turkey

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EMBS Co-Sponsored Conferences International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) co-supported by IEEE Signal Processing Society 2009: Boston, USA 2010: Rotterdam, Netherlands 2011: Chicago, IL International Conference on Biomedical Robotics 2008: Scottsdale, AZ co-supported by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics 2009 Kyoto, Japan co-supported by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

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EMBS SUMMER SCHOOLS One week submersion course for understudies in an instructive situation inspecting a specific innovation with one-on-one access to a specialist board of educators International Summer School on Biomedical Imaging International Summer School on Biomedical Signal Processing International Summer School on Biocomplexity International Summer School & Symposia on Medical Devices and Biosensors International Summer School on Information Technology in Biomedicine

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EMBS an International Organization

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2008 EMBS LEADERSHIP Administrative Committee (16 individuals) chose by individuals speaking to the Geographic units of the World and the quantity of delegates in view of participation in every region North America Paolo Bonato Robert Butera Carole Carey Stephen Davies Nathalie Gosset Nicolas Chbat Elliot Sloane Latin America Emilio Sacristan, Mexico Europe Christian Roux, France Claudio Cobelli, Italy Gudrun Zahlmann, Germany Middle East & Africa Ahmed Morsy, Egypt Asia Pacific Kenji Sunagawa, Japan Young Ro Yoon, S. Jyh-Horng Chen, Taiwan Korea Student Representative Christian Linte Gold Representative Lisa Lazareck

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2008 EMBS Leadership Executive Committee chose by the AdCom to serve as senior officers President: Donna Hudson (2007-2008) President Elect: Bin He (2008) VP Publications: Andrew Laine (2008) VP Conferences: Zhi-Pei Liang (2008-2009) VP Member and Student Activities: Jorge Monzon (2008-2009) VP Finances: Craig Hartley (2007-2008)

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EMBS "we like what we do"

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The Future of EMBS Developing International Model Curricula for BME programs coordinated effort endeavors with IEEE Educational Activities Board Standards Activities collaboration endeavors with IEEE Standards Association Continued cooperative endeavors with different Societies/Organizations to create collaboration, advance systems administration open doors for individuals and perceivability to the Biomedical/Bioengineering Community AIMBE, CORAL, EAMBES, IFMBE Next era of EMBS tutoring understudies as future individuals and volunteers

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Local Chapter – "Demonstrate Activities" Speaker occasions Networking occasions Senior Membership Drive Job occasions (organizations meeting experts) Development of corporate patrons Booth at school fairs Mentor Program for understudies to meet experts Support of nearby EMBS understudy Branch, club, or section

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Local Chapter - Structure 4 officers min: Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Se

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