Whether in the institution, the home or the street, IBBME’s clinical engineers are transforming lives, one idea at a time.
IBBME’s clinical engineers are designing the technologies, devices and strategies for people suffering from chronic disease and traumatic injury, persons with disabilities and stroke patients to integrate more fully with the world around them.
- Technologies for mobile and home monitoring of patients with diabetes, heart failure, and other chronic conditions
- Enabling technologies that help disabled children to participate more fully in physical activity, play, arts, and music in and outside of healthcare facilities
- Advanced body-machine interfaces for children and youth with severe disabilities
- Study and engineering of medical and point-of-care devices
- Electronic monitoring and record keeping systems
- Efficiencies and studies in medication delivery systems
- Study of safe and accessible environments in all weathers including slopes, cross-slopes and pedestrian crossings, stairs, clothing and footwear
- Hospital and home hygiene solutions for health care professionals, people suffering cognitive deficiencies.
IBBME professors working in this area include:
Mohammed F. Shamji
Visit the faculty profiles for detailed information on IBBME’s researchers.