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RCBE is honoured to host IAMPOV 2020. This Symposium highlights new and developing technologies for monitoring Perfusion, Oxygenation and Ventilation, with a focus on instrumentational innovations, new applications, and advancements in monitoring, processing and analysing biosignals. It also provides an educational forum for clinicians, device regulators, engineers, and researchers.

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Members of RCBE have authored and co-authored over 500 publications in high impact engineering, science and clinical journals, prestigious international conferences, invited chapters in books, books and monographs. On average, 10 papers per year are presented at the main IEEE conferences and some clinical conferences. A selective group of conferences that the centre makes a significant contribution are: IEEE EMBC, IEEE Sensors, IEEE International Symposium in Biomedical Imaging, IEEE International Conference in Image Processing, IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Annual International Conference on Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine Research, and World Congress of Cardiology. Members of the Centre also currently hold several patents with inventions in the area of Biomedical Instrumentation and Optical Biomedical Sensors.

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Media coverage of the Research Centre

The Optical Society OSA CAM Videos


Subhasri Chatterjee, City, University of London, U.K., shares her passion for biomedical optics.

Media coverage of MyCard project

MyCare: your entire medical history on a smart card: Developed in the UK, the cards could be especially useful for medical emergencies in rural countries that lack infrastructure, but would it work in "network- and mobile-centric" America? - article featured on ZDNet by Janet Fang on June 16, 2011.

MyCare – the ‘card’ that could save your life. Making life-saving data more accessible. - article featured on the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) news site on 28 July 2011.

City University London develops life-saving MyCare Card. Prototype of new medical device trialled in the UK. - article by Ruth Shepherd featured on City, University of London's news site on 9th June, 2011