Mitigating magnetic resonance imaging hazards for implanted medical devices.
An interactive medical image segmentation tool to meet the need for expert-guided segmentation of complex medical images.
Many types of human tissue—such as the brain and spinal cord of the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system, and muscles, including the heart muscle—are fibrous in nature. Isotropic human models that assume homogeneous volumes for every individual tissue do not properly take this
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a ubiquitous tool used in clinical settings around the world to provide detailed three-dimensional information on the internal anatomy and physiology of human patients without the use of ionizing radiation.
Test beds for the development of microwave diagnostic and therapeutic technologies.
Rita Paradiso of Smartex is engineering clothes that can monitor a wearer’s condition.
While other engineering disciplines stumble, BME represents a success story in attracting American women to a male-dominated field.
Humans have been using technology to improve their vision for many decades, but options are far fewer for those who have not seen since birth or who have reached stages of blindness in later life.
James Weiland, IEEE Fellow, explores the unique challenges of retinal prostheses.
Although doctors still cannot simply order new, functioning organs for patients who need replacements, researchers in labs around the world are making the important advances in tissue engineering that set the stage for regenerative medicine as well as make other biomedical technologies possible.