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Our Co-directors Dr. Mark Ansermino and Dr. Guy Dumont are testing new anesthesia monitoring devices in the OR.Read More about our Work
Improved knowledge is the foundation of improved decision making in the operating room.Read More
Scientifc & Educational Exhibit featuring our "Intelligent Anesthesia Navigator" at the 2009 ASA conference in New Orleans.Read More
The Electrical & Computer Engineering in Medicine research group is a unique collaboration of engineers, computer scientists, psychologists and clinicians focused on performing innovative research at the interface between technology and patient care. Our vision is to e nhance patient-centered care using innovation in technologies and treatments. One of our key objectives is to develop the intelligent anesthesia navigator (IAN), which aims to address the needs of modern anesthesiologists.
Work from Zoya Bastany's MASc thesis reported in local media. http://news.ubc.ca/2016/08/31/scientists-discover-non-invasive-technique-to-monitor-migraines/
Mahdi Yousefi was awarded the Healthy Starts Graduate Studentship for his thesis project “Safe automated anesthesia drug delivery”.
Ainara has been offered a tenure-track position at Twente University. She will be making the move to the Netherlands in April 2016.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering in Medicine (ECEM)
Pediatric Anesthesia Research Team, University of British Columbia
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