Sensors in Medicine 2019 - uniquely among a plethora of biosensor conferences - focuses on the application of sensors in medicine and healthcare.
Sensors in Medicine 2019: bridging the gap between sensor research and the clinic
Introduction of innovative sensor technology requires a pathway from the research lab to a commercial organisation which sees a profit opportunity, and which launches the technology into clinical medicine.
Speakers at SiM19 (11-12 September) are drawn from a mix of academic research, commercial organisations and practicing clinicians. The conference focuses on the current most important trends in sensor appications in healthcare, i.e. Wearble technology, Point-of-Care technology and the diagnosis of Infectious Diseases.
Keynote speakers include:
- Dr. Chris Van Hoof, VP R&D, imec - wearable sensors
- Prof. Molly Stevens FREng, Imperial College Department of Materials - Point of Care
- Prof. Rachel MacKendry, Director i-sense and UCL Division of Medicine - diagnosis of infectious diseases
- Prof. Jonathan Cooper FREng FRSE, Department of Bioengineering, University of Glasgow - low cost diagnostic platforms
See the full program of invited speakers
Registration is now open with an early registration discount available until 10 August.
For more information contact: Suzanne Sisto Brand (Suzanne@sensor100.com)
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