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Machine learning in biomedical engineering

Surrey , Guildford GU2 7XH , UK 1 Clive Cheong Took 2 Cheolsoo Park 3 School of Biomedical Engineering, Korea University , 145, Anam-ro, Anam-dong 5-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02841 , Korea Machine learning ... biomedical engineering - Department of Computer Engineering, Kwangwoon University, Nowon-gu, Seoul, Korea areas have given rise to a new research dimension, and the increasing size of biomedical data

Introduction to the Special Issue on Recent Advances in Biomedical Engineering

innovations in biomedical engineering, thus fit well within the scope of this special issue. These seven papers were chosen, as they exhibit innovations across a wide range of biomedical domains. For example, A

Robot-aided electrospinning toward intelligent biomedical engineering

electrospinning in biomedical engineering are introduced briefly from the aspects of drug delivery, tissue engineering, and wound dressing. After that, we conclude the existing problems in traditional ... biomedical engineering. This paper reviews the state of the art of robotics in a widely used biomaterial fabrication process, i.e., electrospinning, including its working principle, main applications

Part I. The Emergence of Degree-Granting Biomedical Engineering Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa

partnership with a Sub-Saharan BME program. This manuscript is the first of two editorials that apprises the U.S. biomedical engineering (BME) community of the growing presence of BME programs in Sub-Saharan ... SOCIETIES The need for regular equipment procurement, management and repair (EPMR) of medical equip2017 Biomedical Engineering Society g , 8ll.:)rraecveyobouuESSBHGOMW itfssebeao0217EBMW ii.t//

Challenges and Opportunities: Building a Relationship Between a Department of Biomedical Engineering and a Medical School

A department of biomedical engineering can significantly enhance the impact of their research and training programs if a productive relationship with a medical school can be established. In order to ... a relationship, significant hurdles must be overcome. This editorial summarizes some of the major challenges and opportunities for a department of biomedical engineering as they seek to build or

Fabrication of naturel pumice/hydroxyapatite composite for biomedical engineering

a remarkable potential for biomedical engineering applications such as bone graft and implant. ... Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering-Architecture, Istanbul Arel University , Istanbul , Turkey 14 National Institute of Materials Physics , 077125 Magurele-Ilfov , Romania Background

The Pursuit of Engineering the Ideal Heart Valve Replacement or Repair: A Special Issue of the Annals of Biomedical Engineering

unintended introduction of a new problem (e.g. new issues resulting from the need for anticoagulation therapy). This explains the strong need and the current pursuit of engineering the ideal heart valve ... replacement or repair solution? While the best solution is prevention of valve disease, we will not be discussing preventative approaches in this edition because that would entail engineering in a different

Electron cryomicroscopy as a powerful tool in biomedical research

structure-based drug design. In this review, we describe the basics of cryo-EM and highlight its growing role in biomedical research. Furthermore, we discuss latest developments as well as future perspectives. ... difficult to study proteins that only properly fold and function when glycosylated [ 23 ]. In single-particle cryo-EM, however, the engineering of proteins is normally not needed and the full-length, post

A Review on Graphene-Based Nanomaterials in Biomedical Applications and Risks in Environment and Health

recent developments of GBNs for biomedical applications; (2) GBNs uses as therapeutics, drug/gene delivery and antibacterial materials; (3) GBNs applications in tissue engineering and in research as ... nanomaterials; Biomedical; Delivery; Biosensors; Tissue engineering; Bioimaging; Health and environment risks Highlights Structures and properties of graphene-based nanomaterials (GBNs) including graphene

Fond Memories of our Mentor J. David Hellums, Annals of Biomedical Engineering

Engineering Rice University 2 Scott I. Simon Department of Biomedical Engineering University of California , Davis - There are giants amongst us in many fields of science, individuals who have led the way ... of the pioneers of the field of what is now called cellular engineering. What set David apart from his colleagues was his easy manner; he was a quintessential gentleman with an easy Texas drawl who was

Main findings and advances in biomedical engineering and bioinformatics from IWBBIO 2015

contributions from the 3rd International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (IWBBIO 2015), which was held during April 15-17, 2015 in Granada (Spain) [1, 2]. These contributions have ... show their latest ideas, discoveries and outcomes. The conference sought to focus on diverse fields to create multidisciplinary researches integrating areas like biomedical engineering, computer science

Comparative Study of the Electrochemical, Biomedical, and Thermal Properties of Natural and Synthetic Nanomaterials

structures and morphologies on their electrochemical, biomedical, and thermal properties. Based on the obtained results, the natural nanomaterials with low dimension and surface area have zero cytotoxicity ... electrochemical properties, have been used in many activities in most areas of science and engineering [ 15 ]. Besides, in many cases, these nanomaterials have many applications in biomedical fields [ 12, 16, 17

Analytical Review of Contemporary Fatwas in Resolving Biomedical Issues Over Gender Ambiguity

as hermaphroditism). While biomedical studies have appeared to provide a large amount of information on abnormal human biological development, i.e. Disorders of Sex Development (DSDs). However, the ... . Fatwa; Khuntha; Gender ambiguity; Disorders of Sex Development; Islamic biomedical ethics Introduction Issues of gender ambiguity have been discussed over time from both Islamic and medical perspectives


Even though Biomedical engineering contributes significantly to health care delivery, its full potential is yet to be comprehended and appropriated by the health sector in Ghana. This paper therefore ... Boadu Emmanuel Tetteh Emmanuel Offei Elsie Effah Kaufmann 0 0 Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Sciences, University of Ghana , Legon, Accra , Ghana Even though Biomedical


Even though Biomedical engineering contributes significantly to health care delivery, its full potential is yet to be comprehended and appropriated by the health sector in Ghana. This paper therefore ... Boadu Emmanuel Tetteh Emmanuel Offei Elsie Effah Kaufmann 0 0 Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Sciences, University of Ghana , Legon, Accra , Ghana Even though Biomedical

Development and properties of duplex MgF2/PCL coatings on biodegradable magnesium alloy for biomedical applications

The present work addresses the performance of polycaprolactone (PCL) coating on fluoride treated (MgF2) biodegradable ZK60 magnesium alloy (Mg) for biomedical application. MgF2 conversion layer was ... properties, surface modifications and potential as a biodegradable orthopaedic implant . American Journal of Biomedical Engineering . 2012 ; 2 ( 6 ): 218 ± 40 . 8. Shadanbaz S , Dias GJ . Calcium phosphate

Biomedical Engineering Accredited Undergraduate Programs: 4 Decades of Growth

represented. Since 2010, 17 additional BME programs have been accredited. As of January 2015, there were 92 ABET accredited BS programs in Bioengineering/Biomedical Engineering.3 Financial opportunities ... , expansion of research applications for engineering methods and techniques to biomedical problems, and the associated eruption of the quantity and quality of quantitative life science investigations have

Engineering synthetic optogenetic networks for biomedical applications

light stimulation. It has enabled user defined control of various cellular behaviors with spatiotemporal precision and minimal invasiveness, creating unprecedented opportunities for biomedical ... , The University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong SAR 999077 , China 1 Shanghai Key Laboratory of Regulatory Biology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences and School of Life Sciences, East China Normal University

Kinetic studies of complex biomedical process by magnetic resonance: Cuban experiences

The potentials of the magnetic resonance (MR) methods in the research of biomedical systems have been demonstrated during the 70 years of its existence. It is presented that the Cuban experience in

Special section: Advancing medical image analysis through biomedical engineering and health informatics

articles were subject to final review and acceptance by the APESM Editor in Chief.) Advancing Medical Image Analysis through Biomedical; Engineering and Health Informatics ... University , Western Australia 1 Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences , China 2 School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, The University of Western Australia The