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Accelerating Development in Biomedical Engineering
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Accelerating Development in Biomedical Engineering: Collaborations between clinicians, engineers and industry
This event concentrates on the ‘how and why’ of collaborating in biomedical engineering. It will show how researchers, clinicians and industry can work together to solve medical and healthcare challenges. The event will have sessions on medical devices, biomechanics, and imaging and informatics, together with discussions on overcoming barriers to collaboration. It also provides the opportunity to meet representatives of the Cambridge biomedical companies and to discuss technical problems with experts from academia, clinical engineering and industry.
All members of the Department interested in collaborating with industry and clinicians are encouraged to attend.
For more details contact Anna Walczyk (email@example.com) and Michael Sutcliffe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This event is organised in conjunction with Cambridge University Health Partners and Addenbrooke’s Clinical Engineering.
Please register at: http://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/department-of-engineering/accelerating-development-in-biomedical-engineering/accelerating-development-in-biomedical-engineering
This talk is part of the Bioengineering Seminar Series series.
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