The 1st Annual IEEE Healthcare Innovation Conference, sponsored by the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), will be held in Houston, Texas from November 7-9, 2012 at the Methodist Hospital Research Institute.
The conference is devoted to the exploration of the intersection of engineering, medicine, and health. Emphasis will be placed on novel innovations that have a foreseeable impact on human health and disease. Specific areas of interest include Imaging; Nano Medicine; Data Mining and the Use of Large Datasets; Remote Sensing; Applied Metabolomics; Aerospace and Harsh Environments; Ideation and Commercialization; and Global Health.
Representation: Michael K. Dempsey, Entrepreneur in
Residence and Accelerator Program Leader, is speaking
at the Commercialization Keynote Panel to discuss the
future of healthcare commercialization on Friday, November 9 from 2:15-3:45
Schedule: The conference will be inaugurated by a keynote lecture and evening reception on Wednesday, November 7. The following two days will feature plenary, break-out sessions and poster presentations focusing on Translational Engienering in Health & Medicine. The theme is Translational Engineering in Health & Medicine: the intersection of the lab, the clinic and the community. Some of the tracks will be: Imaging Nano Medicine Data Mining Applied Metabolomics Global Health Aerospace Ideation and Commercialization Harsh Environments. View the complete schedule with detailed information for all poster and track sessions »
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More Information: For complete conference details and information, visit the conference website. For questions or concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org.