Abstracts

 

The 2020 BMES Annual Meeting is now 100% virtual! 

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic and our members' concerns about travel, BMES collaborated with our San Diego colleagues in the city, the convention center, and our host hotels to bring the 2020 BMES Annual Meeting to you!

Please "save-the-dates" of October 14-17 for a four-day completely virtual experience with your BME community. We are working hard on the details and look forward to sharing more with you when online registration opens on July 8. 


We know you have questions, and we are working on the answers. Feel free to email us at membership@bmes.org. More meeting details are coming soon!

 

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS



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‚ÄčMEETING THEME: A 20/20 Vision of Biomedical Engineering

Early-bird deadline (discounted submission fee):
April 30

Final deadline (deadline extended with no late fee):
June 15

After the submission deadline, no additional authors will be allowed or the author's order changed.
Author notification will be sent via email from bmes@mirasmart.com by Wednesday, July 15.

The 2020 Scientific Planning Committee invites you to submit an abstract for the scientific program of the 2020 BMES Annual Meeting, October 14-17.

Annual Meeting Co-Chairs

Debra Auguste, Northeastern University - 
d.auguste@northeastern.edu
Kent Leach, University of California, Davis - 
jkleach@ucdavis.edu
Tanmay Lele, Texas A&M University - 
tanmay.lele@tamu.edu

 

UNDERGRADUATES
There will be a special summer submission for undergraduates in July.  Submitters/Presenters
must be undergraduates at the time for the 2020 BMES Annual Meeting. Therefore current seniors or those graduating before the Annual Meeting should submit in the general scientific program because they will not be eligible for this special summer submission.

Undergraduates are invited to submit to the General Scientific Program as well as the summer submission. The summer submission must be different than the general program submission, not a duplicate.