January/April 2024

Biomedical Signal Processing: A Modern Approach

Biomedical Signal Processing: A Modern Approach 150 150 IEEE Pulse
This book is aimed at researchers, graduate students in biomedical signal processing, signal processing, electrical engineering, neuroscience, and computer science,” and aims to present “the theoretical basis and applications of biomedical signal analysis and processing. read more

The Challenges and Opportunities of Global Health

The Challenges and Opportunities of Global Health 150 150 IEEE Pulse

Author(s): Mike Hess Few themes in health care require the breadth of innovation as closing disparities found in low resource settings. Defining an unmet need for regions and populations who…

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Solving an Unmet Need: Effective, Inexpensive Diagnostics for Resource-Limited Settings

Solving an Unmet Need: Effective, Inexpensive Diagnostics for Resource-Limited Settings

Solving an Unmet Need: Effective, Inexpensive Diagnostics for Resource-Limited Settings 789 444 IEEE Pulse
How do you design affordable and easy to use diagnostics for where they are needed most? read more
Health Care Innovation for Low-Resource Settings: The Value of Local Immersion and Partnership

Health Care Innovation for Low-Resource Settings: The Value of Local Immersion and Partnership

Health Care Innovation for Low-Resource Settings: The Value of Local Immersion and Partnership 789 444 IEEE Pulse
In this academic program, students learn in the field and with the help of regional experts to design innovative medical technology solutions read more
Navigating Breast Cancer Innovation in Uganda: Within and Without the Textbook

Navigating Breast Cancer Innovation in Uganda: Within and Without the Textbook

Navigating Breast Cancer Innovation in Uganda: Within and Without the Textbook 789 444 IEEE Pulse
Innovation teams must focus their efforts to bring the greatest impact, using solid field research to guide them read more
Reversing the Innovation Pathway Could Be the Key to Cost-Efficient Health Care

Reversing the Innovation Pathway Could Be the Key to Cost-Efficient Health Care

Reversing the Innovation Pathway Could Be the Key to Cost-Efficient Health Care 789 444 IEEE Pulse
Can technologies designed for the low resource settings find a home in established well funded systems? read more
Training Biomedical Engineers for Humanitarian Emergencies

Training Biomedical Engineers for Humanitarian Emergencies

Training Biomedical Engineers for Humanitarian Emergencies 789 444 IEEE Pulse
Populations displaced by war, famine or disease are particularly vulnerable and poorly supported for healthcare. How can biomedical engineering help? read more
Taking Aim at Sepsis to Save Millions From Sudden Death

Taking Aim at Sepsis to Save Millions From Sudden Death

Taking Aim at Sepsis to Save Millions From Sudden Death 789 444 IEEE Pulse
A global epidemic, sepsis is an especially fast acting attack on the body. Now scientists are working on new techniques to diagnose more quickly and improve outcomes read more