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The Biomedical Engineering Network  
Complete coverage for biomedical engineering jobs, resources, grants, databases, publications, societies, academic programs and focused Internet searches.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
D y n a M e d  
DynaMed is a new company committed to placing enhancing diagnostic imaging tools in the hands of doctors. Their mission is to assist physicians in providing safer, more accurate and cost-effective treatments.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Biomimetics  
Biomimetic Products, Inc. is a manufacturer & designer of products & systems incorporating smart materials such as active soft polymeric & polymer-metal composite materials also known as Artificial Muscles that show remarkable response to external stimuli.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
biomedicalengineer.org  
Southern California's local source for local Biomedical News.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Medical Device Forum  
The Medical Device Forum is a place for Medical Device industry professionals to share ideas, discuss current issues, or seek solutions regarding the design, manufacture, or regulation of medical devices. Anyone may read, post or reply to the messages in the Forum. You may register as a member of the Medical Device Forum.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
The Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society of the IEEE  
The Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society of the IEEE advances the application of engineering sciences and technology to medicine and biology, promotes the profession, and provides global leadership for the benefit of its members and humanity by disseminating knowledge, setting standards, fostering professional development, and recognizing excellence.
Submitted: Sep 03, 2000
Neuro Therapeutics Inc.  
Neuro Therapeutics Inc. (NTI) is a privately held biomedical company developing therapies to promote the functional repair of the damaged spinal cord and brain. The lead technology for NTI involves a patent-pending process for the transient immunological suppression of myelin surrounding a CNS injury site. In animal models of spinal cord injury, the temporary removal of myelin has been shown to promote the regeneration of injured neurons leading to improved functional outcomes.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
ASD GmbH  
Virtual product development and optimization with computer simulation - CFD / FEM - in biomedicine and engineering.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Biomedical Technologies, Inc.  
Biomedical Technologies Inc. provides different reagents for life science research -- cell growth factors, antibodies, assay kits, cyclic amp and gmp.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Biomedical Research  
There currently are more than 320 Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators. Widely recognized for their creativity and productivity, they include several Nobel Prize winners and more than 60 members of the National Academy of Sciences.
Submitted: Sep 03, 2000
The WILMER Research Group  
Body powered arm prostheses and orthoses. Products and current research. Other research subjects: instruments for minimally invasive surgery, orthopaedic directional drilling device, balanced biped walking device, neutral equilibrium spring mechanism design.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Certified Software Solutions, Inc.  
Provides support from custom medical device software development to independent testing and 510(k) submission services.
Submitted: Sep 20, 2000
ALARIS Medical Systems  
ALARIS is a provider of intravenous infusion pumps, periodic patient monitoring devices and related disposables.
Submitted: Dec 21, 2000
Motus Bioengineering, Inc.  
Motus uses gyroscopes to quantify gait, tremor, dyskinesia and range of motion in individuals with Parkinson's, stroke and sport injuries and can track rehabilitation outcome.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Biomedical Engineering at Washington University  
Biomedical Engineering department at Washington University in St. Louis.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Jim Crumpley Jobs  
Recruiter for technical/engineering professionals for the pharmaceutical/Medical Device industries.
Submitted: Sep 20, 2000
Medical Device Link  
Medical Device Link offers medical manufacturers free information on industry suppliers, regulatory affairs, industry events, job opportunities, useful resources, and more.
Submitted: Dec 21, 2000
Organization for Human Brain Mapping  
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) has evolved in response to the explosion in the field of human functional neuroimaging, and its movement into the scientific mainstream. One of the primary functions of the organization is to provide an educational forum for the exchange of up-to-the-minute and ground breaking research across modalities exploring Human Brain Mapping.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
RehabEngineer  
Site containing the designs and experiences of a graduate Rehabilitation engineer, formerly located at rehabengineer.homepage.com.
Submitted: May 05, 2001
American Institute for Cancer Research  
Cancer prevention information from the American Institute for Cancer Research - AICR - the leading national charity for research and education programs in diet, nutrition and cancer prevention.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Fresenius HemoCare  
Fresenius HemoCare: Innovative products & services in extracorporeal blood treatment through adsorber technology (arthritis, lupus, hypercholesterolemia), immune therapy, transfusion and infusion technology.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
MedNets  
Free medical specialties web based search engines searching only medical databases and the best free consumer health and disease information sources on the Web at mednets.com and mednets.org.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
NLM's Databases & Electronic Information Sources  
U.S. National Library of Medicine provides a wide variety of resources related to the biomedical and health sciences, both past and present. The format of these resources varies: searchable databases & databanks, bibliographic citations, full text (when available), archival collections, and images.
Submitted: Dec 08, 2000
SwRI Medical Device Design  
For more than 25 years, the Bioengineering Department at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has performed: medical device design, medical device development, and medical device testing in support of the healthcare industry.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Blackwell Science  
An international publisher in medicine, science and technology. Keep abreast of their latest developments and browse and buy publications online.
Submitted: Sep 16, 2000
Friedrich Miescher Institute  
A biomedical research institute in Basel. Researchers at the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) invite all people, groups, school classes as parents to get first hand infomations out of the labs running biomedical research and plant research projects.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
Howard Hughes Medical Institute  
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigators have been involved in many important recent advances, from the discovery of genes related to cystic fibrosis, obesity, and other diseases, to new insights about how human cells develop or communicate.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
NjeX  
Breakthrough medical device implanting systems technology licensing to Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical implant manufacturers.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
ReyLab  
Laboratory for Nonlinear Dynamics in Medicine (ReyLab), an interdisciplinary research laboratory at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The laboratory is affiliated with Harvard Medical School, Harvard-M.I.T. Division of Health Sciences & Technology and the Center for Polymer Studies at Boston University.
Submitted: Oct 25, 2000
SurModics  
SurModics Inc., formerly BSI Corporation, develops, manufactures and markets innovative surface modifications for medical and diagnostic products. SurModics also produces and markets a line of proprietary biomolecule immunoassay stabilizers and activated slides for DNA immobilization.
Submitted: Dec 09, 2000



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