IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine Volume: 24 Issue: 1, May/June 2005 pages 7-11, 17

Từ Thư viện Khoa học VLOS
Bước tới: chuyển hướng, tìm kiếm
Kỹ thuật y sinh tại Việt nam ngày nay
Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam Today
 Tạp chí IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 2005 May/June; 24 (1):7-11
 Tác giả   Vo Van Toi 1, Dudley Childress 2, Robert Jaeger 3, David Kaplan 1, Murray H. Loew 4, Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic5 and John G. Webster6
 Nơi thực hiện   1 Tufts University, Medford, MA,

2Northwestern University, Chicago, IL,

3National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD,

4George Washington University, Washington DC,

5Harvard - MIT, Cambridge, MA,

6University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

 Từ khóa   Vietnam,Biomedical engineering
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Abstract

Interest in Biomedical Engineering activities has grown considerably in Vietnam. The high quality researchers possess a firm willingness to focus on emerging technologies that provide an appropriate programmatic structure. The traditions, environment and conditions within the country offer unique research opportunities. The Vietnamese government and policymakers at the universities are aware of the importance of the biomedical engineering field. They are putting forth great effort toward developing this field and are actively looking for international support, particularly from the United States. In this article, Vietnamese institutional activities related to Biomedical Engineering are described. These government operated establishments are devoted to research, education, or providing services. The information in this article contributes to the understanding of the current state of development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam thus useful for international researchers and educators who desire to propose coherent joint projects with Vietnamese scientific communities and to advise Vietnamese policymakers about effective approaches for future development.

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