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Key Research on Technologies for Parkinson’s Disease Management Published in IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics

London, United Kingdom, 2nd November 2015 – The latest technology advances for the clinical management of Parkinson’s disease are explored in cutting-edge research published today by the IEEE’s Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI). Authored by distinguished researchers in the field, the papers of the Special Issue on “Enabling Technologies for Parkinson’s Disease Management” are available to download now from the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library via http://jbhi.embs.org/

Parkinson’s disease is the most common neurological movement disorder, with a prevalence of up to 2% in the elderly. The new research published in this Special issue represents the edge between the current technical abilities of engineering solutions and clinical applications for the management of Parkinson’s disease, spanning wearable technologies and the Internet of Things, body sensor networks and smart home techniques.

Major New Papers on Big Data for Health Published in IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics

London, UK, 24th July 2015 – A major collection of papers exploring the very latest research and key developments in Big Data for health informatics has been published by the IEEE’s Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI). Authored by research teams from the world’s leading institutions, the papers of the Special Issue on “Big Data for Health” are available to download now via the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library at http://jbhi.embs.org/2015/07/08/special-issue-big-data-for-health/

GENEU Chief Scientific Officer Professor Christofer Toumazou Honoured With IEEE Field Medal In Biomedical Engineering

London, UK, 27th May 2015 – GENEU, creator of the world’s first in-store DNA test for personalised skincare, today announces that GENEU’s Chief Scientific Officer and inventor of the core technology behind its high street revolution, Professor Chris Toumazou, has been awarded the prestigious IEEE Field Medal in Biomedical Engineering. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – the world's largest technical professional society – has honoured Professor Toumazou with the IEEE Field Medal in Biomedical Engineering in recognition of his “outstanding contributions to biomedical circuit technology”. The award was president by IEEE President and CEO, Howard E. Michel, during the ISCAS international symposium in Lisbon.

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