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  1. Basics of Biomedical Ultrasound for Engineers by Haim Azhari, 2010-03-15
  2. Biotechnology for Biomedical Engineers (Principles and Applications in Engineering)
  3. Management of Medical Technology: A Primer for Clinical Engineers (Biomedical Engineering Series)
  4. Introduction to Molecular Biology, Genomics and Proteomics for Biomedical Engineers (Biomedical Engineering) by Robert B. Northrop, Anne N. Connor, 2008-10-28
  5. Biomedical Ethics for Engineers: Ethics and Decision Making in Biomedical and Biosystem Engineering (Biomedical Engineering Series) by Daniel A. Vallero, 2007-04-13
  6. Proceedings of the 2nd Frontiers in Biomedical Devices Conference 2007
  7. Optical Biopsy III: 23-24 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 11; Proceedings of Spie Volume 3917)
  8. Coherence Domain Optical Methods in Biomedical Science and Clinical Applications IV: 24-26 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 9)
  9. Lasers in Dentistry VI: 23-24 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics, Vol. 1, No. 4)
  10. Molecular Imaging: Reporters, Dyes, Markers, andInstrumentation (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 18)
  11. Optical Diagnostics of Living Cells III: 24-25 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 15)
  12. Proceedings of Lasers in Urology, Gynecology and General Surgery/Volume 1879: 16-18 January 1993, Los Angeles, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics) by D. Daly, 1993-06
  13. Biomedical Diagnostic, Guidance, and Surgical-Assist Systems II: 25-25 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 5)
  14. Biomedical Applications of Free-Electron Lasers: 22 January 2000, San Jose, California (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, Vol. 1, No. 19)

1. Resume Of David A Sebok, Biomedical Engineer
Resume of David Sebok, Ph.D. biomedical engineer.
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OBJECTIVE: The Creative Use of Technology to Improve Health Care Delivery
EXPERIENCE: Program Manager, CT Clinical Solutions (1993-2000) Marconi Medical (formerly Picker) - St. Davids, PA
Manager, Advanced Clinical Applications Development (1990-1993) Dynamic Digital Displays - St. Davids, PA
Assistant Professor Radiology Robert Wood Johnson Medical School - New Brunswick, NJ
Senior Scientist in MRI Advanced Development Technicare Corp. - Solon, Ohio
EDUCATION: Massachusetts Institue of Technology / Harvard University Ph.D. in Medical Engineering - Unique program encompassing 70% of M.D. pre-clinical courses plus qualification through the Dept. of Chem. Eng. Thesis completed at Mass. Gen. Hospital
University of Michigan M.S. Degree in Bioengineering
University of Michigan B.S. Degree in Chemical Engineering
SKILLS: Uncommon common sense
Thorough understanding of clinical problems and the clinical environment Technically competent Proven management skills Strong ability to create and innovate Selected Accomplishments
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2. BMES - Careers
What is a biomedical engineer? A biomedical engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve
http://www.bmes.org/careers.asp
"Planning a Career in Biomedical Engineering"
(Published in 1999 by the Biomedical Engineering Society) CLICK ON QUESTION BELOW
  • What is a Biomedical Engineer? What are Some of the Specialty Areas? Where do Biomedical Engineers Work? How Should I Prepare for a Career in Biomedical Engineering? ...
  • MORE INFORMATION
    What is a Biomedical Engineer? A Biomedical Engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine, providing an overall enhancement of health care. Students choose the biomedical engineering field to be of service to people, to partake of the excitement of working with living systems, and to apply advanced technology to the complex problems of medical care. The biomedical engineer works with other health care professionals including physicians, nurses, therapists and technicians. Biomedical engineers may be called upon in a wide range of capacities: to design instruments, devices, and software, to bring together knowledge from many technical sources to develop new procedures, or to conduct research needed to solve clinical problems. (TOP)
    What are Some of the Specialty Areas?

    3. Botros, Andrew - Software Engineer And Biomedical Engineer, Sydney Australia
    BE MBiomedE. Software engineer and biomedical engineer.
    http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~abotros/resume/
    ANDREW MICHAEL BOTROS BE MBiomedE UNSW
    CURRICULUM VITAE
    www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~abotros/resume/
    WINNER SIEMENS PRIZE FOR INNOVATION 2002
    Resume outline ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT Personal details ANDREW MICHAEL BOTROS 95 Haig St
    Maroubra NSW 2035
    Australia Phone (AH): +61 2 9349 3737
    Phone (BH): +61 2 9425 5277
    Mobile: 0402 112 106
    Fax: +61 2 9349 3737 Email: abotros@phys.unsw.edu.au Date of Birth: November 2, 1979
    Nationality: Australian
    Qualifications Academic history My five years at the University of New South Wales resulted in two engineering degrees and the awarding of the university's highest undergraduate honour, the University Medal

    4. Biomedical Engineer Definition
    Definition of a biomedical engineer. biomedical engineers apply electrical, mechanical, chemical, optical, and other
    http://www.wramc.amedd.army.mil/departments/logistics/biomedical/ced/Biomedi.HTM

    5. Career Descriptions - Biomedical Engineer
    biomedical engineers implement engineering principles and techniques in the solution of problems in biology, medicine, dentistry and veterinary science.
    http://www.labour.gov.za/docs/mycareer/alphabet/b/biomedengi.html
    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER
    Biomedical engineers implement engineering principles and techniques in the solution of problems in biology, medicine, dentistry and veterinary science. They design and develop medical instruments and devices like cardiac valves, surgical implants and mobility aids for the handicapped. Biomedical engineers also undertake research to determine blood flow patterns in the diagnosis of heart and other disorders. This work requires the use of computers which are applied in the medical field.
    What am I going to do in this occupation? The nature of biomedical engineers' work is determined by the specific field in which they work. Some dedicate themselves completely to research and use system analysis, computer simulation and other scientific methods to investigate medical problems. Others focus on the development of instruments, surgical materials, artificial organs and computer programs to be used in the treatment and care of patients. With regard to patient-care, the biomedical engineers work side by side with nurses, doctors, physiotherapists and occupational therapists as part of a multi-professional team in a clinical setting. They may be concerned with the safety and effectiveness of instruments and devices and may also provide advice on patient management and treatment. This leads to the design, construction and development of instruments and devices that help to relieve suffering and improve the quality of the patient's life.
    Requirements What kind of personality do I need?

    6. BiomedicalEngineer.com Biomedical Engineer Jobs Employment Recruiting
    www.BiomedicalEngineer.com is a biomedical engineer jobs listing and recruitingsite for biomedical engineers, biomechanical engineers, technicians and jobs
    http://www.biomedicalengineer.com/
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    7. Biomedical Engineer Education And Knowledge Resources
    More Education and Knowledge Resources coming soon. New! What do BiomedicalEngineers do? What are biomedical engineers paid? BLS Employment Outlook.
    http://www.biomedicalengineer.com/knowledge.htm
    A CareerMarketplace Network / EngineeringCentral.com Site About us Contact us More Education and Knowledge Resources coming soon New! What do Biomedical Engineers do? What are Biomedical Engineers paid? BLS Employment Outlook Top 5 Graduate Engineering Programs: Bioengineering/Biomedical
    1. Johns Hopkins University (MD)
    2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    4. Duke University (NC)
    5. University of Washington For more rankings, go to US News

    8. BMEnet: Job
    Lists vacancies in academia and industry for professionals in biomedical engineering. Monitor the list or subscribe to email notices when new job openings are posted.
    http://www.bmenet.org/BMEnet/db?action=list_by_keyword&keyword=job&ncolu

    9. SMYSP- Biomedical Engineer
    Who are biomedical engineers, and what do they do? biomedical engineers build specialized equipment for treating certain health conditions, such as heart or lung problems.
    http://smysp.stanford.edu/nojava/explore/careers/career04.html
    Health Careers
    Biomedical Engineer
    Who are biomedical engineers, and what do they do? Biomedical engineers build specialized equipment for treating certain health conditions, such as heart or lung problems. They use engineering methods to design equipment that helps in diagnosing and treating health conditions. They develop such equipment as cardiac pacemakers, heart-lung machines and ultrasonic imaging devices. They also design and test supportive health aids such as metal and plastic hips and artificial organs.
    What kind of education and training is required?
  • You must complete high school or your GED and pass certain college-preparatory classes, including English, math and science.
  • Finish at least four years of college in a bachelor's degree program with a major in engineering, physics or a related biological science. You will have an easier time finding a job if you attend a program that is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.
  • To be eligible for a wider range of jobs with more responsibilities and a higher salary, you might want to complete a one-year master¬ís degree program in biomedical engineering after you finish college. You can also get a PhD in biomedical engineering by completing a two-year doctorate program after you complete your master¬ís degree.
    How do biomedical engineers typically spend their work day?
  • 10. Biomedical Engineer
    A description of the the work done by "biomedical engineer" can be found in the occupational outlook handbook. On this page we examine the most common methods of getting into this job category.
    http://econ1.csun.edu/SalByMajor/occup/bioeng.html
    Introduction Salary by Major Salary by Occupation Help ... Comments
    Biomedical Engineer
    A description of the the work done by "Biomedical Engineer" can be found in the occupational outlook handbook . On this page we examine the most common methods of getting into this job category. We have examined all of the people in our data set who were "Biomedical Engineer" and have identified the most common major fields of study. Jobs categories vary considerably in their degree requirements, so we have provided separate rankings for each degree.
    Most common fields of study for workers whose most recent degree was a Bachelors Degree
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    Most common fields of study for workers whose most recent degree was a Masters Degree
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    Most common fields of study for workers whose most recent degree was a Ph.D.

    11. Job Guide 2003 - Job Details
    Alphabetically. DISCLAIMER COPYRIGHT PRIVACY biomedical engineer 212915 sciences.A biomedical engineer may perform the following tasks
    http://jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au/text/jobdetails.cfm?jobid=204

    12. Clinical Engineering Society Of Ontario
    The Clinical Engineering Society of Ontario, CESO, represents the professional interests of Clinical Engineers and biomedical engineering Technologists and Technicians in the Province of Ontario.
    http://www.ceso.on.ca
    Peer Review Mechanism
    for Clinical Engineering Services in Canada
    pdf
    MS-Word
    Peer Review
    Pre-Survey Questionnaire
    pdf
    MS-Word
    DRAFT DOCUMENTS
    Mission and Bylaws

    Goals and Objectives

    Structure and Membership

    Bylaws
    Events Thursday, March 27, Thursday, April 24, CANCELLED CESO Meeting 12:00 - 14:00 Hrs. St. Michaels Hospital Room 16-101 Cardinal Carter Wing (must use Cardinal Carter North elevator to 16th floor) Agenda Location TBD Tentative meeting schedule until July 2003 (MS Excel) CESO recent events February 27, 2003 Meeting Minutes (MS-Word) CESO Event and Meeting Agenda Archive Online Presentations Implementing a Peer Review Process for Clinical Engineering Departments in Canada: RealAudio MS Web CESO Seminars 2002 ESU Presentation Laparoscopic Instrument Testing Presentation CESO Yahoo! E-Mail Group (Sign-in and password required) Subscribe and unsubscribe intstructions email: info@ceso.on.ca

    13. Job Guide 2003 - Job Details
    biomedical engineer, ASCO Code 212915. State/Territory Specific the lifesciences. A biomedical engineer may perform the following tasks
    http://jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au/jobdetails.cfm?jobid=204

    14. MINISCRIPT #373 - Biomedical Engineer
    Visit the biomedical implant center and meet the faculty. Get course descriptions of the MS and PhD programs.
    http://www.mois.org/scripts/373.HTM
    Michigan Occupational Information System
    Miniscript #373 - Biomedical Engineer
    Biomedical Engineers conduct research into the biological aspects of humans and animals to develop new theories and facts or to test, prove, or modify known theories of life systems. Based on research results, they design and/or develop life-support apparatus, utilizing principles of engineering and bio-behavioral sciences. They assist in the application of instrumentation in clinical environments. Please Read: This website is a sample of the MOIS products. MOIS provides career information to students and adults through a wide variety of products, including Your Careeer and College Guideway CD-ROM and myDreamExplorer website. The career information on this (www.mois.org) website is only a fraction of what's available in our products. Your Career and College Guideway CD-ROM includes many self-assessments, job profiles, resume information, EDP, tranition planning, Internet resources, reference materials, plus much more! If you want to experience the full benefit of the MOIS products, please see your career advisor and find out where MOIS is available in your school or community. You may call the MOIS Office toll-free at 866-464-6647 to obtain an order form and license agreement for any of the MOIS products

    15. USAJOBS Job Result List
    TT9983 FC. Job Summary. View announcement for WTEJ03000800OC. biomedical engineer.Salary Range $16,528.00 120,245.00, ANNUAL. Series Grade GS-0858-01/15.
    http://jsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/summary.asp?OPMControl=TT9983

    16. George Kontaxakis, Biographical Sketch
    Biographical sketch and resume for an electrical and biomedical engineer.
    http://www.die.upm.es/people/gkont/kontaxakis_cv.htm
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    17. Biomedical_engineer
    What is a biomedical engineer? A biomedical engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine, providing an overall enhancement of health care.
    http://utbmes.com/about/biomedical_engineer.html
    What is a Biomedical Engineer?
    A Biomedical Engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine, providing an overall enhancement of health care. Students choose the biomedical engineering field to be of service to people, to partake of the excitement of working with living systems, and to apply advanced technology to the complex problems of medical care. The biomedical engineer works with other health care professionals including physicians, nurses, therapists and technicians. Biomedical engineers may be called upon in a wide range of capacities: to design instruments, devices, and software, to bring together knowledge from many technical sources to develop new procedures, or to conduct research needed to solve clinical problems.

    18. BostonWorks - Biomedical Engineer Jobs In Greater Boston
    biomedical engineer. Job Seeker Resources Staffing Firms, The Boston Globe,The New York Times and the Web biomedical engineer Jobs. CLOSE MATCHES,
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    Biomedical Engineer See also: Biochemist Chemical Engineer Chemical Engineer Engineer ... Engineer , and Validation Engineer Job Seeker Resources: Staffing Firms The Boston Globe The New York Times and the Web Biomedical Engineer Jobs CLOSE MATCHES Dir Eng Medisense Abbott Bioresearch Center - Bedford, MA Manufacturing Engineer III Abbott Bioresearch Center - Bedford, MA Sr Design Contspec Abbott Bioresearch Center - Bedford, MA Director of Engineering Abbott Laboratories, Medisense Products - Bedford, MA Chemistry Analyst Agion Technologies. Inc. - Wakefield Development Engineer Agion Technologies. Inc. - Wakefield Fire Protection Engineer Aha Consulting Engineers Inc. - Lexington, MA Cgmp Utilities Engineers Amgen - Boston, MA Engineer II Amgen - Boston, MA Engineer II Amgen - Boston, MA Manager - Manufacturing Amgen - Boston, MA Manufacturing Associate IV Amgen - Boston, MA Process Automation Engineers Amgen - Boston, MA Supervisor - Validation Amgen - Boston, MA

    19. Biomedical Engineer
    The incumbent serves as a biomedical engineer in the NIBIB and assists other NIBIB senior staff in NIBIB policy
    http://careerhere.nih.gov/CHPublic/HRShowVac.taf?&VACANCY_uid1=12846

    20. Biomedical Engineer
    biomedical engineer. biomedical engineers work in different areasof medicine focusing on various ways that technology can be used
    http://www.engineergirl.org/nae/cwe/egcars.nsf/Web - Career Lookup/CGMH-4TN38D?O

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