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  1. Biomedical Engineering: Bridging Medicine and Technology (Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering) by W. Mark Saltzman, 2009-06-29
  2. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (2nd Edition) by Michael M. Domach, 2009-07-03
  3. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, Second Edition by John Enderle, Susan M. Blanchard, et all 2005-04-20
  4. The Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Third Edition - 3 Volume Set (Electrical Engineering Handbook)
  5. Introduction to Medical Imaging: Physics, Engineering and Clinical Applications (Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering) by Nadine Barrie Smith, Andrew Webb, 2010-12-31
  6. Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering (Series in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering) by B.H Brown, R.H Smallwood, et all 1999-06-15
  7. Medicine by Design: The Practice and Promise of Biomedical Engineering by Fen Montaigne, 2006-04-05
  8. The Physics of Modern Brachytherapy for Oncology (Series in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering) by Dimos Baltas, Loukas Sakelliou, et all 2006-09-28
  9. Career Development in Bioengineering and Biotechnology (Series in Biomedical Engineering)
  10. Introductory Biomechanics: From Cells to Organisms (Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering) by C. Ross Ethier, Craig A. Simmons, 2007-04-09
  11. Biomedical Engineering & Design Handbook, Volumes I and II by Myer Kutz, 2009-08-21
  12. Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics: Fundamentals, Biomedical Applications, and Bio-Inspired Systems by Rahul Sarpeshkar, 2010-02-22
  13. Basic Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering, 2nd Edition by Ronald Fournier, 2006-07-07
  14. Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering by Stanley Dunn, Alkis Constantinides, et all 2005-11-21

1. Biomedical Engineering At Washington University: Default
Courses, Faculty, Research.
Home Graduate Undergraduate Applications ... Whitaker Hall
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Founded in 1997, our department benefits from an extensive and collegial relationship with our world-renowned medical school. We now have thirteen full-time faculty and more than 300 undergraduate and nearly 80 graduate students.
  • New Building In Dec., 2002 The Uncas A. Whitaker Hall for Biomedical Engineering a splendid state-of-the-art teaching and research facility was completed. Bird's eye view. For more photos, click Whitaker Hall.
  • Of note The average starting job offers for our 2004 undergraduate BME majors was $56,444 more than $10,000 above the national average. One of our senior design teams is one of the top three winners in the national BME-IDEA competition click news for details
  • New Program In 2004 we launched a new three-year dual master's, MBA/MS-BME, program with our School of Business. See MS/MBA program for an overview. For specific details about the BME component click here.
  • 2. The Wallace H. Coulter Department Of Biomedical Engineering
    Features academic programs, student resources, faculty and staff information, news and events, research details, and job opportunities.
    Jump to Content Campus Map The Wallace H. Coulter
    Department of Biomedical Engineering
    Georgia Tech
    College of Engineering Biomedical Engineering
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    News Congratulations to Angela Bailey, BME Undergraduate Dr. Bellamkonda 2005 Best Professor Award Dr. Boyan in Atlanta Woman Magazine Dr. Yoganathan Recipient of the 2005 Theo C. Pilkington Outstanding Educator Award Highlights Job Opportunities Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Search
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    Chair: Larry V. McIntire At GT 313, Ferst Drive, Room 2127 Atlanta, GA 30332-0535 Phone: 404-385-0124 Fax: 404-894-4243 101 Woodruff Circle, Suite 2001 Atlanta, GA 30322 Phone: 404-712-9715 Fax: 404-727-9873
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    3. Neural Engineering Center, Department Of Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Re
    Analyzing the function of the nervous system, developing methods to restore damaged neurological function, and creating artificial systems by integrating physical, chemical, mathematical and engineering tools. Free neuron simulation software provided (Neurocal).
    CASE.EDU BME The Neural Engineering Center is a coordinated group of scientists and engineers dedicated to research and education in the area at the interface between neuroscience and engineering. They share the common goal of analyzing the function of the nervous system, developing methods to restore damaged neurological function, and creating artificial neuronal systems by integrating physical, chemical, mathematical and engineering tools.
    • Special Events
    Sep/30/05 Neural Engineering Seminar Series Neural Imaging Peter Saggau, Baylor University Jun/3/05 Neural Engineering and Rehabilitation Lectures (NERL) Affiliated Centers and Programs News May/9/05 Matthew Schiefer wins the Marcus Singer graduate student competition at Case Western Reserve University for his work in peripheral nerve modeling (Advisor: Dustin Tyler) April/10//05 The Neural Engineering Center received an outstanding design award from the American School and University Magazine. George Calwallader (Director of construction) and Hasenstab Architects received the award.

    4. BMES - Biomedical Engineering Society
    Organization dedicated to promoting the increase of biomedical engineeringknowledge and its utilization.
    Biomedical Engineering Society Home Contact Sitemap Login ... Shop BMES
    8401 Corporate Dr.
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    Landover, MD
    Statement on Hurricane Katrina
    The Changing Face of
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    Celebration of the Whitaker Foundation
    September 28 - October 1, 2005 Hyatt Regency Baltimore, Baltimore, MD The Hyatt Regency Hotel is now sold out . Please call "A Room With A View" at 1-800-780-4343 for hotel overflow assistance. They will secure the lowest available rate within walking distance of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. This is a FREE SERVICE for all BMES attendees. Visit the Official site for the 2005 BMES Annual Fall Meeting Student/Industry Events Abstract Submission visit the COS Abstract Management System Invitation to Exhibit (pdf) ... more... Biomedical engineering integrates physical, chemical, mathematical, and computational sciences and engineering principles to study biology, medicine, behavior, and health. It advances fundamental concepts; creates knowledge from the molecular to the organ systems level; and develops innovative biologics, materials, processes, implants, devices and informatics approaches for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, for patient rehabilitation, and for improving health.

    5. The Whitaker Foundation: Supporting Research And Education In Biomedical Enginee
    Private funding source for biomedical engineering research and education in theUnited States.
    supporting research and education in biomedical engineering
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    Hand-held Medical Lab
    Biomedical engineers are designing a diagnostic "laboratory" the size of a paperback book that field workers could use to quickly diagnose malaria, measles, flu, and other disorders in remote villages of the developing world. Cells Bind With Plastic Biomedical engineers have identified a protein that helps human cells attach to plastic molecules, an advance that could have applications in tissue engineering and other areas. New International Program Announced The Whitaker Foundation, which has invested more than $720 million in biomedical engineering education and research, and the Institute of International Education, a world leader in international exchange programs, are launching an international fellows and scholars program for American biomedical engineers early in their careers. Infant Heart Pump Biomedical engineers and physicians have developed a ventricular assist device to treat end-stage heart failure in newborns and children.

    6. BioMedical Engineering OnLine | Home Page
    Published by BioMed Central, the journal covers all aspects of biomedical engineering.
    Home Browse articles Search Weblinks ... About BioMedical Engineering OnLine Editor-in-Chief:
    Alvin Wald,
    Columbia University View the editorial board Open Access to all articles Store your searches View the 10 most accessed articles E-mail articles to a friend Comment on published articles using the discussion system Quick guide to the website EndNote/Reference Manager download tool SFX to help libraries fully integrate their information resources E-mail alerts of the latest articles RSS feed of latest articles
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    Start a new Open Access journal with BioMed Central
    BioMed Central works with researchers in biology and medicine to start new online open-access specialist journals. We provide free hosting and technical support, including online submission, and publication. The editorial group has full editorial control.
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    or contact us Welcome to BioMedical Engineering OnLine An online journal published by BioMed Central CALL FOR PAPERS
    BioMedical Engineering OnLine is ready to receive papers on all aspects of biomedical engineering. BioMedical Engineering OnLine is indexed/tracked/covered by PubMed and MEDLINE.

    7. Biomedical Engineering And Medical Physics - UMass Medical School
    The Program in biomedical engineering and Medical Physics at UMass Medical Schoolis an interdisciplinary group of UMass faculty members with a common
    directory contacts index this section only About Us
    Graduate Program

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    Laboratory Rotations
    Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
    About the Program in Biomedical Engineering.
    The Program in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics at UMass Medical School is an interdisciplinary group of UMass faculty members with a common interest in biomedical research. Members of the program have diverse research interests. However, 3 major research areas: Imaging, Biomechanics, and Tissue Engineering,
    Admissions to the Program.
    Applicants may apply to the program through either UMMS or WPI. While there are no specific prerequisites, applicants should have a strong background in engineering, physical sciences or mathematics.
    top print This is an official Page/Publication of the University of Massachusetts Worcester Campus
    Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics S4-245, 55 Lake Avenue North Worcester, MA 01655
    Questions or Comments? Email: Phone: 508-856-2513

    8. BMES - Biomedical Engineering Society
    Organization dedicated to promoting the increase of biomedical engineering knowledge and its utilization.

    9. BMES - Biomedical Engineering Society
    How should I prepare for a career in biomedical engineering? How do I select abiomedical engineering academic program? biomedical engineering programs
    Biomedical Engineering Society Home Contact Sitemap Login ... Shop BMES
    8401 Corporate Dr.
    Suite 140
    Landover, MD
    "Planning a Career in Biomedical Engineering"
    (Published in 1999 by the Biomedical Engineering Society)
  • What is a biomedical engineer? What are some of the specialty areas? Where do biomedical engineers work? What does the future demand look like for biomedical engineers? ...
    What is a Biomedical Engineer? A Biomedical Engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine, providing an overall enhancement of health care. Students choose the biomedical engineering field to be of service to people, to partake of the excitement of working with living systems, and to apply advanced technology to the complex problems of medical care. The biomedical engineer works with other health care professionals including physicians, nurses, therapists and technicians. Biomedical engineers may be called upon in a wide range of capacities: to design instruments, devices, and software, to bring together knowledge from many technical sources to develop new procedures, or to conduct research needed to solve clinical problems.

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    11. The Biomedical Engineering Network
    Complete coverage for biomedical engineering jobs, resources, grants, databases,publications, societies, academic programs and focused Internet searches.

    12. Biomedical Engineering - History
    biomedical engineering originated during World War II. Biologists were needed to do work involving advances on radar technology.

    13. BMEnet: Job
    Lists vacancies in academia and industry for professionals in biomedical engineering.Monitor the list or subscribe to email notices when new job openings

    14. - Medical Engineering Website
    Medical, biomedical and clinical engineering portal website. Educational articles,discussion forum, recruitment section.

    Jobs Training Forum ... Contact New Members uzymedphys - Member # 2521, 17. September 2005 vincenzorai - Member # 2520, 16. September 2005 M J Boscoe - Member # 2519, 15. September 2005 Press releases September promotion from TSI!
    13 September 2005 Huntleigh Healthcare launches new Maternity Information System
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    15. SMBE Australia, Society For Medical And Biological Engineering
    Professional organization for biomedical engineering; technical meetings and newsletters.
    SMBE Aust NSW QLD SA TAS VIC WA Affiliations Conferences Education ... Vacancies updated 6 Sept 2005 Links
    Welcome to the Society for Medical and Biological Engineering (SMBE) Australia.
    The SMBE is a society for people interested in the application and use of engineering techniques in medicine and biology.
    Updated August 18, 2005 SMBE Enquiry

    16. The Biomedical Engineering Network
    Complete coverage for biomedical engineering jobs, resources, grants, databases, publications, societies, academic programs and focused Internet

    17. Biomechanics Classes On The Web
    A resource for faculty and students who are interested in biomechanics classes. Includes information on animal biomechanics, biomedical engineering, and related subjects, plus textbooks and related links.
    Biomechanics Classes on the Web
    This site was originally designed as a link from Biomechanics World Wide and serves as a resource for faculty and students who are interested in biomechanics classes with information on the internet. There are currently links to over 100 classes. If you have a class that you want added, please email Andrew Karduna with a the class website. If you don't have a website for your class, you can email the syllabus and it will be posted as a pdf file. Updated July 14, 2004 Visitors since October 21, 2002

    18. What Is Biomedical Engineering?
    WHAT IS biomedical engineering? The University of Texas at Austin Department of Chemical Engineering

    19. The Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Institute At Johns Hopkins
    biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins is right at the intersection of inquiry and The Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering Department has
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    BMES 2005 Annual Meeting hosted by Johns Hopkins University held at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore, MD For:
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    NEWS: Research Highlights The Laboratory of Auditory Neurophysiology (Dr. Xiaqin Wang) discovers region of the brain that processes "Pitch"

    20. Biomedical Engineering Consultants
    Texas engineering firm, with expertise relating to product failures.
    1111 Hermann Drive, Suite 12 B
    Houston, Texas 77004
    Voice: (713) 522-6666 / Fax: (713) 522-6686
    E-Mail: Medical Technology Management

    Strategic Technology Planning YADIN DAVID, M.Sc., Ed.D., P.E., C.H.S.P., C.C.E. Yadin David has served as the Director of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Texas Children's Hospital, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital and Texas Heart Institute since 1982. In this capacity, he directs one of the most comprehensive hospital-based Clinical Engineering Programs in the country. He is responsible for the initiation and technical development of the Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital TeleHealth Center. Dr. David is the Director of the TeleHealth Center at Texas Children's Hospital and he is also serving as the first elected President of the Center for Telemedicine Law (CTL). Dr. David received his Master and Doctorate degrees from West Virginia University in 1975, and 1983 respectively. He holds academic appointments of Adjunct Associate Professor in Anesthesia at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, and of Assistant Professor at the Department of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Clinical Engineer, and a Certified International Healthcare Safety Professional. Dr. David has published over 100 abstracts, articles, and chapters in scientific literature. Together with Thomas Judd he published the book on "Principles and Practices of Medical Technology Management", and the Clinical Engineering Section in the "Biomedical Engineering Handbook" published by CRC Press (1995) and the Electrical Safety and Risk Control Chapter in the ACritical Care Monitoring; From Pre-Hospital to the ICU@, published by Mosby-Year Book, Inc (1995). He lectures extensively both nationally and internationally on Biomedical Engineering, Technology Management topics, and Telemedicine.

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