©2019 by BioMedEng19. Created and maintained by Kemi Aofolaju & Gifty Tetteh 

 

The BioMedEng19 conference brought together over 430 delegates from 36 UK universities, 22 international institutions and research centres, and 26 other organisations including the NHS, charities, research councils and MedTech companies.


The 2019 UK's largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers was held at Imperial College London from 5-6th September 2019 and comprised of four (4) plenary sessions, eight (8) keynotes, 130 oral presentations and 162 poster presentations. 


In addition to the scientific presentations, there were workshops on Translation, Fellowships/funding opportunities for Early Career Researchers, Randomised Controlled Trials and Public Engagement.


The conference was organised under 42 bioengineering themes, and partnered with the Organ-on-a-Chip Technologies Network, the Virtual Physiological Human Institute (UK chapter), Imperial College Cancer Technology Network, the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Neurotechnology, and the University of Strathclyde CDT in Medical Devices & Health Technologies.


Hosted by Imperial’s Bioengineering Department, the conference was supported by the British Heart Foundation, Versus Arthritis, and the Imperial Centre of Excellence in Musculoskeletal Medical Engineering - MSk MEC.  Other sponsors include Academic Labs, ICU Medical, The IET, Kirkstall, Merck, Minnetronix Medical, and the Cancer Research UK–AACR Joint Conference.

BioMedEng19 Organising Committee - 

•    Conference Chair –

Professor Anthony Bull

Professor of Musculoskeletal Mechanics
Head, Department of Bioengineering
Imperial College London

•    Conference Director –

Dr Gifty Tetteh

Centre Manager, Musculoskeletal Medical Engineering
Imperial College London

•    Communications Manager –

Ms Kemi Aofolaju

Communications and Events Officer 
Imperial College London

•    Industrial Liaison Manager -

Mr Robert Ferguson

Imperial College London

BioMedEng19 Award Recipients - 

•    The 2019 BioMedEng Legacy Prize – Professor Lionel Tarassenko
•    The 2019 BioMedEng Innovation Prize - Dr Katerina Spranger
•    Early Career Researcher Award - Simao Laranjeira, University College London
•    Best Student Talk - Vanessa Mancini, University of Leeds
•    Best Poster Award - Sander R Holthof, University of Warwick
•    Best Rapid Fire Presentation - Zubia A Khan, King's College London
•    Best UG / MSc Project Presentation Award - Sean S Cullen, Brunel University


BioMedEng19 - BHF Travel Award Recipients - 

  • Alex Ainscough                   Imperial College London

  • Esfandiar Khaleghi              Kingston University

  • Gareth Jones                      Swansea University

  • Haipeng Liu                        Anglia Ruskin University

  • Josefin Jansson-Edqvist    Imperial College London

  • Samuel Vennin                   King’s College London

  • Phakakorn Panpho            University of Liverpool

  • Limor Zwi Dantsis              Imperial College London

  • Syed Ghufran Khalid         Anglia Ruskin University

  • Mehwish Arshad                Imperial College London

BioMedEng19 - Versus Arthritis Travel Award Recipients -

  • Taiwo Kelani                       Imperial College London

  • Emily S Kelly                      University of Southampton

  • Jeff N Clark                        Imperial College London

  • Claude F Hayford               University of Sheffield

  • Daniel Nolte                        Imperial College London

I am delighted to invite you to be part of BioMedEng19. 

 

The large number of BioMedEng science and technology themes on our website is reflective of the breadth and depth of our discipline and of the scope of attendees that we can expect: this twelfth meeting in the series follows on from last year’s successful conference at which we had over 500 delegates from 67 separate universities and 32 companies and other organisations.

This congress truly has become the annual jamboree for all of those who consider themselves Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers and Medical Engineers and so I invite you to join us in presenting your work and participating in what is sure to be another stimulating and enjoyable meeting. See you in London in September.

Anthony Bull

 

Conference Chair, on behalf of the Scientific Committee

Supported by

Sponsors

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