Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation
Aims and Scope
Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation publishes peer-reviewed scientific articles for the advancement of biomedical engineering in relationship to patient safety, patient care, automated instrumentation for clinical decision making, and rehabilitation. It is the oldest engineering journal that encompasses the individual and collaborative efforts of scientists in clinical medicine, dentistry, basic and applied sciences, engineering, and bioethics. The journal is dedicated to the publication of outstanding articles of interest in the biomedical engineering research community.
Beginning in 1963, the Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium is the oldest, continuously held biomedical engineering symposium in the United States. It was founded by a group of the most visionary and historical individuals at the US Air Force Academy in the engineering field to promote dialog and the exchange of ideas and experiences between attendees, including between professionals and students.
From its beginning as a regional meeting it has grown to a global event regularly attracting attendees from across the world. Since 1970, it has merged with the International Society of Automation Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation Symposium. Submitted papers are peer-reviewed, and those accepted for presentation and publication appear in the yearly issue of Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation journal, an internationally distributed publication by International Academic Express Company Ltd (iaexpress.ca).
Michelle A. Tucci, PhD, FAIMBE, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Hamed Benghuzzi, PhD, FAIMBE, FBSE, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Lynne Jones, PhD, FAIMBE, FBSE, Johns Hopkins University
Adel Mohamed, MD, University of Saskatchewan
Elena Oggero, PhD, University of Wyoming
Guido Pagnacco, PhD, University of Wyoming
Julian Thayer, PhD, The Ohio State University
Yoshiharu Yonezawa Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Jeff Anderson, PhD, University of Wyoming
Steve Barrett, PhD, University of Wyoming
Kenneth Butler, PhD, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Amanda Brooks, PhD, University of North Dakota
Joseph A. Cameron, PhD, Jackson State University
Ibrahim Farah, PhD, Jackson State University
Paul Frenger, MD, A Working Hypothesis, Inc.
Patrick Patterson, PhD, Texas Tech University
David Paulus, PhD, University of Arkansas
Brian Stemper, PhD, University of Wisconsin
John Sollers III, PhD, North Carolina Central University
Gabi Waite, PhD, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
Lee Waite, PhD, Engineering Consultant
Jennifer Wagner, PhD, University of Colorado
Cameron Wright, PhD, University of Wyoming