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Graduate Life
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IEEE PULSE, News and Notes March/April 2014
Crowdfunding the Next Generation of Scientists?
A biomedical engineering lab at UC Irvine is trying a bold new experiment: crowd-funding a lab project to address lagging rankings of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematic education (STEM) in the United States. Michelle Khine’s Lab at UC Irvine has launched... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature May/June 2018
PULSE On Stage: Can Healthcare Be Artificially Intelligent Yet Naturally Smart?
Concurrent with EMBC18, IEEE Pulse on Stage hosted industry experts to explore the challenges and opportunities artificial intelligence holds for healthcare and research. Presenters included Michael Taborn, Chief Architect, IOTG Health Sector at Intel, and Doug Raymond, GM of Semantic... Read more
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Archives
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IEEE PULSE, Feature January/February 2016, March/April 2016
PULSE On Stage: Electronic Health Records
The first IEEE PULSE On Stage event on electronic health records happened February 28th, 2016, in Las Vegas. Couldn’t Attend? See the Highlights Now Electronic health records (EHR) held the promise of allowing better, secure information sharing, and helping practitioners to provide... Read more
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IEEE PULSE, News and Notes September/October 2014
How We Should Be Teaching Math
If you’ve ever wondered why science and math education lag in the United States, EMBS Executive Committee Member Barbara Oakley, has an idea. In part, it’s because students are never allowed a true mastery of science, technology, engineering and math... Read more
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Point of View
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Featured
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IEEE PULSE, Society News May/June 2019
Save the Date: 2019 IEEE EMBS International Student Conference
Global Young Professionals Addressing Today’s MedTec Challenges for a Healthier Tomorrow Please visit the conference website to learn more and to register!... Read more
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It's a Question of Ethics
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IEEE PULSE, Feature July/August 2017
The Virtual Human Project
What if there were a way to optimize cancer treatments, design safer and more efficient noninvasive brain and spinal cord treatments and assess the hazards of implanted medical devices without ever touching a human body? Today, there is a way... Read more
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Senior Design
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IEEE PULSE, Entrepreneurs Corner September/October 2015
Bringing a Modular Biosignal Toolkit to Market
Ahmed Morsy, Deputy EIC of IEEE Pulse, talks with Gregory Stern of PLUX about the challenges and rewards of bringing a low-cost innovative product to market Poor signal to noise ratios, cross-talk, complex characteristics of body tissue, and signal variability are... Read more
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From the Editor
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IEEE PULSE, News and Notes May/June 2014
IEEE Pulse Receives Award
We are pleased announce that the November/December 2013 issue of IEEE Pulse (vol. 4, no. 6) has recently won a 2014 Apex Award for Design and Illustration (Photography) for cover image (photo provided by 3D Systems). APEX 2014 awards were based... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Entrepreneurs Corner July/August 2018, September/October 2018
Patient Technology for Tracking Movement Disorders
Above: Examples of 3-D-printed prototypes of the PDMonitor wearable devices. (Image courtesy of PD Neurotechnology Ltd.) PD Neurotechnology specializes in an innovative medical device, the PDMonitor, designed to assist patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD). The company was founded by four diverse... Read more
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Event
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IEEE PULSE, In Memoriam January/February 2016, March/April 2016
In Memoriam: Michael R. Neuman
Michael R. Neuman, M.D., Ph.D., former editor of IEEE Pulse Magazine and an IEEE Fellow, passed away on 18 February 2016. Michael Neuman was a friend and mentor to many, an accomplished researcher and academic as well as a dedicated... Read more
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Student's Corner
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IEEE PULSE, Society News March/April 2015
Call for Papers: IEEE EMBS International Student Conference
ISC 2015 – Call for Papers 1st IEEE EMBS International Student Conference (ISC) Welcome to the 1st International Student Conference organized by IEEE EMBS, the first in our series of conferences organized by the students, for the students. This first edition will... Read more
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Online Exclusive
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Cover Story
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IEEE PULSE, Society News September/October 2019
Six NICU Device Innovators Share $150K in Awards at 7th Annual Pediatric Device Innovation Symposium
Children’s National Hospital and the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announce the six winners of the $150,000 “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition, each receiving a $25,000 award and the opportunity to participate in NCC-PDI’s... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Society News September/October 2017
Our Next Generation's Reflections of EMBC'17
EMBC is the annual flagship conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. EMBC’17 was held from 11-15 July on the gorgeous Jeju Island of South Korea. The conference attracted around 2,802 participants representing 64 countries. More than... Read more
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President's Message
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IEEE PULSE, News and Notes September/October 2015
Pediatric Medical Device Innovators Win $100K in Awards
Two pediatric medical device innovators, AventaMed of Cork, Ireland and Prospiria, Inc. of Galveston, Texas, were selected from eight finalists to each receive a $50,000 award in the annual competition held by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Health... Read more
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News
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IEEE PULSE, Feature May/June 2014
Engineering Education Today
Michael C. Loui is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and University Distinguished Teacher-Scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from M.I.T. in 1980. Barbara Oakley is an Associate Professor of Engineering... Read more
IEEE PULSE, News and Notes July/August 2018
Call for Pediatric Cardiovascular Devices: $100K Competition Now Accepting Proposals
Children’s National Health System is now accepting proposals for its annual “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition. New this year, the competition is focused on pediatric cardiovascular devices to address a significant unmet need for children. The competition... Read more
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Ideas
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IEEE PULSE, Feature November/December 2016
The Future and Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on Healthcare
December 8, 2016, 2:45 pm – The Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, CA Please join us at the HIMSS Southern California Chapter 9th Annual CIO Forum for a Special IEEE PULSE On Stage Presentation on The Future and... Read more
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Society News
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IEEE PULSE, Feature May/June 2015
Leonardo da Vinci, Artist-Engineer
Dr. Domenico Laurenza In August at EMBC15 in Milan, Dr. Domenico Laurenza, of bgC3, Kirkland-Seattle, USA and the Museo Galileo, Florence, Italy, will deliver a keynote speech entitled “Machines and microcosms. Leonardo on the human body.” Laurenza’s talk will look at... Read more
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Retrospectroscope
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IEEE PULSE, Student's Corner November/December 2019
Students Host Successful Congress in Turkey
The IEEE Balikesir University student branch hosted the 17th IEEE Turkey Students and Young Professionals Congress (17.IEEE Turkey SYPC) in Balikesir,Turkey, between 23-27 August, 2019. The 17th IEEE Turkey Students and Young Professionals Congress (SYPC) is the IEEE Turkey Section’s... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature November/December 2017
Previously Published Articles
Several articles in the November 2017 print edition of IEEE PULSE were previously published online. These articles have been updated since their initial publication. Sharing Data to Solve the Riddle of Autism by Leslie Mertz, originally published July/August 2017 Despite ASD’s high rate... Read more
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IEEE PULSE, From the Editor November/December 2015
Mirror Image
Throughout time, the eyes have been viewed as a portal— to the soul, to the mind, to what lies hidden. In this issue of IEEE Pulse, authors explore similar terrain by examining recent research into the eye as a means... Read more
IEEE PULSE,
Masthead
Mission Statement The Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) of the IEEE advances the application of engineering sciences and technology to medicine and biology, promotes the profession, and provides global leadership for the benefit of its members and humanity by... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature July/August 2014
Biomedical Innovation in 2014
In just a few weeks time, the EMBS will be meeting in Chicago for EMBC 2014. Each year we enjoy several days of thought-provoking discussion. In preparation, we spoke with three keynote speakers from various arenas about key developments in... Read more
IEEE PULSE, News and Notes November/December 2018
6 Pediatric Device Innovators Awarded a Total of $150K at Children’s National 6th Annual Pediatric Device Symposium
Six companies presenting innovative medical devices that address significant unmet needs in pediatric healthcare were awarded a total of $150,000 in grants yesterday in Philadelphia, Penn. at the Sixth Annual Pediatric Device Innovation Symposium organized by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at... Read more
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Entrepreneurs Corner
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IEEE PULSE, News and Notes November/December 2016
Tackling Healthcare Challenges in the United Arab Emirates
Above: Panelists and moderators at the IEEE Life Sciences Grand Challenge Conference held in Abu Dhabi in early 2016. The United Arab Emirates is dealing with many of the same healthcare challenges faced in other regions of the world, including problems with... Read more
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Book Reviews
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IEEE PULSE, From the Editor July/August 2015
Biomedical Research in Italy
From the Colosseum to the Roman aqueducts, Italy has historically been admired, envied, and imitated for its feats in advanced engineering. Beginning with Leonardo da Vinci’s military tanks and extending through today in such diverse arenas as high-performance automobiles and... Read more
IEEE PULSE,
State of the Art
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IEEE PULSE, Society News March/April 2014
2014 Elected EMBS Fellows
The IEEE Board of Directors approved the newly elevated Fellows for 2014. Please join us in congratulating our colleagues on this prestigious accomplishment! Martin Buss Technische Universitaet Muenchen for contributions to haptic telepresence systems and autonomous robots Branko Celler Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisations... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature January/February 2018, March/April 2018
PULSE On Stage: Can AI Truly Transform Healthcare? Reality vs. Hype
IEEE PULSE On Stage brings together global thought leaders in the fields of biomedical engineering and medicine to inform, connect and effect change to benefit human life through inspiring talks and engaging dialog. We focus on solving the issues of today... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature November/December 2015
The Saudi Human Genome Program
Oil wells, endless deserts, stifling heat, masses of pilgrims, and wealthy-looking urban areas still dominate the widespread mental image of Saudi Arabia. Currently, this image is being extended to include a recent endeavor that is reserving a global share in... Read more
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Contact Pulse
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IEEE PULSE, Society News September/October 2014
IEEE Ceremony Honors Excellence in Engineering
CAPTION: Pictured above, from left to right, Robert de Marca, IEEE President, Leroy Hood, recipient of the 2014 IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology, Donna Hudson, past EMBS president and current chair of the IEEE Lifesciences Technical Community and... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Student's Corner May/June 2019
EMBS' Next Generation Reflects on EMBC’18
EMBC’18 was held from 17–21 July on the beautiful Waikiki beach of the Hawaiian island Oahu. Around 3,000 Biomedical Engineers participated in the annual meeting of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS). Participants spanned the spectrum from academics... Read more
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IEEE PULSE, Society News May/June 2017
2nd Annual EMBSCT '17 in Istanbul, Turkey
The 2nd Annual Conference of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Turkey Chapter (EMBSCT’17) was held in Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey on May 6-7, 2017. The aim of the conference was to foster collaborations among various disciplines such as... Read more
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Continuing Education
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IEEE PULSE, Society News July/August 2015
Open for Comments: "Rehabilitation Engineers, Technologists, and Technicians: Vital Members of the Assistive Technology Team"
RESNA’s Rehabilitation Engineer and Technologist Professional Specialty Group (PSG 4) is requesting public comments on a draft white paper that seeks to define the current roles and responsibilities of the following AT practitioners: Rehabilitation Engineers, Rehabilitation Technologists, and Rehabilitation Technicians. Rehabilitation... Read more