Biomedical engineering is the application of engineering principles and techniques to the medical field. It combines the design and problem solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment.
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Bio-Engineering Student Society
Students who share common research interests in bioengineering and applied biology at Rutgers University.
Medical devices and diagnostics portal and B2B marketplace.
Sloan Career Cornerstone Center, a non-profit resource center, provides information on bioengineering as a career.
Wikipedia article on this new discipline which applies engineering principles and techniques to the medical field.
EBME Biomedical Engineering
Medical, biomedical and clinical engineering portal website. Educational articles, discussion forum, recruitment section.
Electrobionics - Electronics in Biology; Biology in Electronics
Research and references on electric and magnetic fields and pulsed power in biological systems.
The Equipment Review
Medical equipment reviews by users.
Human Brain Mapping
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) has evolved in response to the explosion in the field of human functional neuroimaging. Provides an educational forum for Human Brain Mapping research exchanges.
Medical Device Forum
Bulletin board-newsgroup for Medical Device industry professionals. Share ideas, discuss current issues, or seek solutions regarding the design, manufacture, or regulation of medical devices.
Motus Bioengineering, Inc.
Motus uses gyroscopes to quantify gait, tremor, dyskinesia, and range of motion in individuals with Parkinson's, stroke, and sport injuries, and can track rehabilitation outcome.
Marine bioluminescent and fluorescent proteins for medical diagnostics, tumor imaging, and drug discovery.
National Center for Biotechnology Information
U.S. government-funded national resource for molecular biology information. Access to many public databases and other references, including the draft human genome.
Neuroscience and bioengineering blog.
Oliver Wagner, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Taiwan. Includes curriculum vitae and examples of current scientific work.
Provides information on an artificial silicon retina for restoring vision in humans.
Radiophysical Methods in Medicine
Biomedical engineering, biomedical physics, biomechanics, and bioacoustics. Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Links relating to surgical technology and images of surgical tools.
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