Technology & Networking in Silicon Valley & the SF Bay Area: Upcoming Meetings, Courses and Conferences
SATURDAY June 16, 2012
SCV Computer Chapter, with NAEA and IEEE-Stanford
Speakers: review on website
Time: Registration at 8:30 AM, Presentations start at 9:15 AM
Cost: IEEE Members $40, non-members $50, students/unemployed $20 (through May 15)
Place: Braun Auditorium (Mudd Chemistry Building), 333 Campus Drive, Stanford
RSVP: from website
The intersection of computers with medical data is creating a form of direct and individualized diagnosis and treatment that transform health care to truly being up close and personalized medicine. This seminar presents a series of presentations to technically map out the engineering opportunities in this arena.
Starting with computer based individual medical modeling based on genetics and biometrics, the conference will move on to cover personalized sensors in monitoring, diagnosis, treatment, and prosthetics. It will then present critical technical information on Telemedicine and the Cloud. Finally the important and critical role of the FDA in developing requirements for developers in this area will receive close attention.
This June 16th at Stanford University’s Braun Auditorium, NFIC will cover the challenges and innovations of medical computing for the next generation healthcare and personalized medicine.
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