was established in December 2010 in Cambridge, Massachusetts as a subsidiary of Eisai's U.S.
ITRI's specialized manpower spanning the fields of biomedicine
, medical equipment and devices, precision machinery, and materials gives the institution a strength that is hard to match anywhere in the world, Shyu claimed.
It is worth remembering that biomedicine
is in its infancy as a medical system compared to our traditions and as such, is plagued with the problems of immaturity such as unnecessary surgery (re the recent report re the Alfred Hospital and the horrific Dr Death saga in Queensland), terrible side-effects from many of its medications and a lack of person focus in its application of medicine.
Candidates should strongly consider incorporating into their training plan formal courses in relevant areas of biomedicine
, behavioral science, bioimaging, or bioengineering; this program offers a unique opportunity to devote protected time to this activity.
In a relevant development in January, Iranian researchers at Amir Kabir University developed a new type of polyester fibers with applications in biomedicine
and production of synthetic leather.
and its US-based precision medicine research and development subsidiary H3 Biomedicine
Human health care company Eisai Inc reported on Monday the election of Lihua Yu, PhD as president & chief data sciences officer of its cancer genomics drug discovery company, H3 Biomedicine
Winners representing smart machinery accounted for 15 percent of winners, while stand out products in biomedicine
accounted for 8 percent of award recipients.
The A-Stromal kit was developed completely in-house by Cellular Biomedicine
Written for researchers and practitioners in the field of biomedicine
, this collection of research articles stressed the need for broader applications of natural language processing (NLP) for a more fluid exchange of information in the field.
Individual biomedical informatics fellowships provide support for the training of informatics scientists able to perform research into basic informatics problems or to application of informatics to any area of biomedicine
, including clinical medicine, basic biomedical research, clinical and health services research, public health, professional education, and administration.
Kluwer Academic Publishers (KAP) consists of: Kluwer International Law, the publisher of a variety of resources for the international legal community, including more than 4000 books, journals, looseleaf and electronic products in all areas of practice; Kluwer, the publisher of more than 700 journals and 20,000 books in the life sciences, humanities, physical science, biomedicine
and engineering; and, Kluwer Plenum, including units Plenum Publishers, Human Sciences Press and Consultants Bureau.