The Case Western Reserve University–Coulter Translational Research Partnership and the Department of Biomedical Engineering will sponsor a biosensors and analytics conference April 23-24 at the Richard Desich SMART Commercialization Center for Microsystems on the campus of Lorain County Community College.
This year’s event will cover the role of sensor technology in fields of home health care, hospitals, fitness and obesity. Visit biosensors2014.com/ for more information on the event. Individuals from a variety of professions, such as nursing, medicine, engineering and management, are encouraged to attend.
CWRU students and health care professionals are invited to attend the keynote talk with Michael Roizen, chair of the Wellness Institute of Cleveland Clinic, for free. Tickets for the remainder of the event are $50 per day or $75 for both days. Pre-registration is required online.
Shuttle service will be offered from Case Western Reserve to Lorain County Community College. Contact Bette Cooper at email@example.com or 650.714.1570 with questions.