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Biomedical Engineering: The Engine of Growth for a better Life, Israel 2019

Biomedical Engineering: The Engine of Growth for a better Life, Israel 2019

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Date of beginning

Monday, 25 February 2019

Duration

2 days

City

Haifa

Country

Israel

Contact

Naama Kappon

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This conference provides a unique meeting place for the leading biomedical engineering scientists, from Israel and abroad, medical doctors and industry leaders, who will present their latest scientific and technological advances. It is a highly multidisciplinary conference that focuses on the various disciplines of biomedical engineering, including medical instrumentation, imaging, nano-medicine, tissue engineering, neuro-engineering, drug release, etc. This is the 7th time this conference is given, and we are expecting more than 700 participants. This year, we will aim at extending the conference duration from one day to two days, and will host 15-16 oral presentation sessions. In addition, this year, world-renowned scientists from abroad will give several keynote lectures. Furthermore, this year, we will open a special popular biomedical engineering science session.   Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/315832-2?pid=5569  Date and Time: On Monday February 25, 2019 at 8:00 am ends Tuesday February 26, 2019 at 5:00 pm Venue details: International Convention Center Haifa, 2 Kdoshei Jassy Street, Haifa, Israel Price:Early Bird Registration: USD 100.0 Speakers: Prof. Meital Zilberman, Prof. Natan T. Shaked