UC Berkeley bioengineering professor Luke Lee will tout a smart speedy analytical nano-optofluidic diagnostic system (SANDs) during his keynote address at the third annual Medical Sensors Design Conference, coming to San Jose, Calif., on June 25.
The conference, co-located with Sensors Expo & Conference, will take place at the McEnery Convention Center.
Conference topics include connected health, data empowerment, machine learning and artificial intelligence, next-generation wearables, patient engagement, personalized medicine, predictive data and analytics, device design, and startups and entrepreneurship.
“From facilitating chronic disease management to monitoring daily vitals, wearables and electronics are finally starting to deliver real value to consumers, clinicians and patients,” said Bunny Ellerin, conference chair of the Medical Sensors Design Conference.
“We are thrilled to shine a spotlight on the cutting-edge medical sensing technologies and applications designed to improve and advance the healthcare industry,” Ellerin said in a news release.
Medical Design & Outsourcing‘s parent company WTWH Media is holding its own medical device conference in Silicon Valley late this year. DeviceTalks West will take place Dec. 10–11 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.