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The Panel for Biomedical Engineering has produced publications to support its objectives.
Biomedical engineering career case studies
Panel reports from some of its events and activities:
Health apps: regulation and quality control report (March 2015) (247.03 KB)
Summary of a roundtable forum hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering and The Academy of Medical Sciences
Establishing high-level evidence for the safety and efficacy of medical devices and systems (June 2013) (902.84 KB)
Designing cost-effective care for older people: how technology can make a difference (May 2012) (2.19 MB)
Summary of a one-day meeting organised by Age UK and the Panel for Biomedical Engineering
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The panel produces briefing papers on a range of topics. These papers provide information, analysis and key policy recommendations on science, engineering and innovation policy issues, specifically within the biomedical engineering discipline.
Engineering for health (March 2011) (122.28 KB)
Ageing population (March 2011) (128.41 KB)
Cardiac implantable devices (March 2011) (146.56 KB)
Joint replacement (March 2011) (149.33 KB)
m-Heath (March 2011) (137.41 KB)
Neural engineering (March 2011) (145.58 KB)
Regenerative medicine (March 2011) (160.31 KB)
Simulation and medical training (March 2011) (155.41 KB)
Surgical innovation (March 2011) (141.26 KB)
The panel produced a series of career case studies to demonstrate the varied routes into and within the biomedical engineering sector.
Aditi Augustine - Mechanical design engineer (662.31 KB)
Alessandro Ciucco - Software engineer (707.08 KB)
Amy Kinbrum - Research engineer (490.62 KB)
Chloe Grover - Patent attorney (215.89 KB)
Darren Hart - Clinical engineer (811.82 KB)
James May - Biomedical engineer (448.31 KB)
Jasper Daniel - Technical manager (658.58 KB)
Marium Naeem - Clinical scientist (642.53 KB)