IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology seeks to encourage career development and student mentorship opportunities for the next generation of biomedical engineers.

From our new Student Member website you can jumpstart your IEEE EMBS membership, get involved with student clubs/chapters around the corner or around the world, connect with students who share your interests, sign up for summer school sessions, conferences and other events, explore job opportunities, and learn more about the benefits of belonging to IEEE EMBS—the world’s largest international biomedical engineering society. More information about EMBS is available at the EMBS Website.

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EMBS Student News & Announcements

Call for Application: Latin America Regional Student Activities Committee 150 150 IEEE EMBS

Call for Application: Latin America Regional Student Activities Committee

We are excited to announce a call for applications for Student Section Representatives and Regional Student Activities Committee (RSAC) Officers in Latin America.

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Student Membership

IEEE EMBS student members must be registered for at least 50% of a full time academic program in biomedical, electrical, electronics, computer engineering, computer sciences, data science, health informatics; an allied branch of engineering or engineering technology; or the related arts and sciences.

EMBS Student Membership Dues Are Only $10.00!

To become an EMBS student member, you must first be an IEEE student member (dues | benefits | qualifications). Please visit the IEEE membership site for more information about joining IEEE.

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If you are already an IEEE student member, you may become and EMBS student member at any time by adding the Society to your IEEE membership package. Please visit the IEEE site for more information about adding technical societies to your membership package.

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EMBS Students Activities

  • EMBC Student Activities:
    • Lunch with Leaders
    • Student Paper Competition
    • Meet the Editors
    • Women in Engineering Luncheon and Mini-symposium
    • Students and Young Professionals Reception