Welcome to the Association of Biomedical Engineering, Medical Engineering and Bioengineering (The BioMedEng Association). The Association represents a remarkably broad field of multidisciplinary programmes that use of engineering tools and techniques to solve problems arising from biology and medicine.
The BioMedEng Association has been operating as an unincorporated entity since 2008 but has now opted to formalise its arrangements and attain charitable status. Under a variety of similar names, the organisation has held the annual UK bioengineering conference for over ten (10) years. These meetings have grown to become the UK’s largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers.
Beyond the successful conferences, the BioMedEng Council, comprised of representatives from 20+ UK universities and institutions that offer qualifications in the discipline commenced proceedings to formalise the association, and promote the study and practice of the discipline.
Our incorporation with the Charity Commission is now complete (RCN 1191005), and we are keen to start welcoming members to join the BioMedEng Association.
Our next conference is at the University of Sheffield between 6 – 7 September 2021. The conference programme has four key tracks, Image and Signal Processing; Diagnostics, Devices and Sensors; in silico Modelling; and Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering.
Cutting across the tracks will be different strands including Cardiovascular and Respiratory; Musculoskeletal; Neurological; Endocrine System and the Immune System.
Membership is open to practicing Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers, (academics, students or interested parties) with a UK-based affiliation.
Members can join the Association as Full, Student and Retired/Emeritus Members, from academic institutions, educational establishments, governmental establishments or related industry.