Track: Biomedical Innovation

Utilizing Human Factors Engineering to Develop Biomedical Innovation

Evan T. Edwards and Larry G. Richards

The utilization of Human Factors Engineering is critical for biomedical device design in order to create safe and effective products for patients, physicians, caregivers and the like. Designing for the end user ...read more>>

Visual Thinking as a Tool for Innovative Product Development in Biomedical Research

Bryan Laffitte

This interactive workshop results from methods developed in a recent NIH-sponsored project, involving colleagues from several academic disciplines, to develop innovative tools for minimally invasive heart surgery...read more>>

Teaching, Service, and Innovation-Oriented Biomedical Engineering Design

Benjamin S. Kelley, Jay Goldberg, Robert Malkin, and Roger Gonzalez

Biomedical Engineering provides ideal opportunities for faculty and students to implement innovations with far-reaching and individual impacts. New applications and discoveries in biotechnology fuel innovations in healthcare ...read more>>

 

 

 
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