Keynote speakers at Sensors in Medicine 2019

Sensors in Medicine 2019

Sensor applications in healthcare are undergoing almost explosive growth. The 6th annual Sensors in Medicine 2019 conference has the theme "The Future of Sensors in Healthcare" and will focus on four current trends; keynote speakers in each session are as follows:

  • Dr. Chris Van Hoof, Vice President R&D at imec, BE
    Wearable, implantable and ingestible sensors
  • Prof. Molly Stevens FRENG, Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine
    Imperial College London
    Designing ultrasensitive diagnostics for disease detection and cell explorations
  • Prof. Rachel McKendry, Director of i-sense EPSRC IRC, London Centre for Nanotechnology
    Division of Medicine UCL
    Sensors for infectious diseases
  • Prof. Jonathan Cooper, Wolfson Chair of Bioengineering, University of Glasgow
    Low cost and disposable sensors

Who should attend:

  • Academic researchers in sensor technology applied to healthcare
  • Commercial developers of sensor based diagnostic devices
  • Clinicians responsible for diagnosis and patient monitoring
  • Professional services which support the sensor industry
  • Post graduate students

Registration is now open; early discount closes on 21 July. Register here
The Registration fee includes entry to all sessions, the exhibition, Conference Book of Abstracts, refreshments and lunch each day, the evening networking eception on 11 September.

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