With the event now only two weeks' away, make sure you book your place for the 2017 Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards to find out which of our invited finalists will win in the Undergraduate/Master's and PhD award categories.
Undergraduate Category Finalists:
A fluidic device for the controlled formation and real-time monitoring of soft membranes self-assembled at liquid interfaces
Arturo Jose Mendoza Meinhardt, Queen Mary University London
The Effect of Ageing on the Viscoelastic Properties of Functionally Distinct Tendon Fascicles
Alice Siyuan Zou, Queen Mary University London
Computational investigation of biofluids in the presence of magnetic fields for non-isothermal laminar and turbulent biomedical flows
Ilias Konstantinou, Imperial College London
Prizes will be awarded to:
- The best Biomedical Engineering project completed by a recent graduate, third/fourth undergraduates and taught Master’s degree course student
- The best PhD student in Biomedical Engineering who passed their viva between 2015 and 2016
- The best posters
Best Poster session:
All entries who satisfy our quality criteria but are not selected for a podium presentation will be entered into the relevant poster category competition.