IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology	Society
Follow us: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn | Share: Share

Become a member

Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Keep Current on Biomedical Engineering News, Industry Information and Events

Log into MyIEEE

IEEE Pulse

Find Local Events

Latest Articles from EMBS Journals

  • Microwave-Based Stroke Diagnosis Making Global Prehospital Thrombolytic Treatment Possible

    Here, we present two different brain diagnostic devices based on... Read more

  • Controlled Nerve Ablation With Direct Current: Parameters and Mechanisms

    Spastic hypertonus (muscle over-activity) often develops after spinal... Read more

  • An Intelligent Scoring System and Its Application to Cardiac Arrest Prediction

    Traditional risk score prediction is based on vital signs and... Read more

Publications

What’s hot and what’s not in the world of biomedical engineering? EMBS covers the globe to bring you comprehensive coverage and breaking news on emerging trends, mature and cutting-edge technologies, research breakthroughs and so much more.

And if you’re looking for broader coverage on a particular topic, IEEE EMBS covers that too, through professional publishing partnerships that provide an unequaled information resource in every field. As a member of IEEE EMBS, your membership benefits in 2012 will include digital access to EMBS Electronic Resource (ER), which includes all EMBS-owned journals and conference proceedings. But keep reading…because your membership also entitles you to substantial savings on these prestigious IEEE EMBS publications available in print or online. Subscribe and save!

How to publish with IEEE EMBS.

Society Partners

University of Illinois Bioengineering University of Illinois Institute for Engineering in Medicine IET Journals Guger Technologies plux Wireless Biosignals SA bitalino DIY biosignals Xprize IEEE IEEE Standards EMBC'15
Alpinion Great Lakes Neurotechnologies Aldrich EGI NIH NIBIB Cybathalon Brain Vision Materialise BioPak UIC Department of Bioengineering Cortech Shimmer
McGill Neuroengineering MN