58th annual Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium
April 8-10, 2021
Virtual Platform
e-presentations and e-posters

Submit 200 word abstract electronically at: https://rmbs.org/submissions
by November 15, 2020
The abstract should describe the problem investigated, methods used and results obtained.

Abstract acceptance notices will be sent on or about December 19, 2020
Completed papers are due on February 17, 2021

Suggested topics for podium and poster presentations
(not all inclusive)

Aerospace Medicine
Biomaterials Laser
Biomedical Ethics
Bioengineering Education
Biophysics & Biochemistry
Biological Sensors
Biological Signal Acquisition & Processing
Cardiovascular Mechanics
Clinical Engineering
Computers in Medicine
Dental Materials
Drug Delivery Systems

Gait Analysis
Genetic Engineering
Applications in Medicine
Neural Networks
Orthopedic Biomechanics
Pharmacological Systems
Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
Rehabilitation and Prostheses
Tissue Engineering
Trauma and Impact
Ultrasound Instrumentations
Wound Healing

Since its inception in 1964, the RMBS has provided a forum to
1) promote the free exchange of ideas between students and professionals,
2) foster the professional development of students, and
3) advance the field of bioengineering.

Initially at sites in and around the Rocky Mountain area, the conference has grown to become a regional symposium with international attendance, providing an environment to present groundbreaking research and establish long lasting collaborations and friendships. Attendance and professional paper presentation by individuals from outside the Midwest are encouraged and welcome. Accepted papers are published in a nationally distributed Conference Proceedings through the Instrument Society of America (ISA) which will be available at the meeting and indexed on PubMed.

Dr. Hamed Benghuzzi
Conference Chair


Dr. Joseph A. Cameron
Conference Chair


Dr. Kenneth Butler
Program Chair


Dr. Ibrahim Farah
Program Chair


Dr. Michelle Tucci
Program Chair


For more information, call or contact any of this year’s Conference or Program Chairs.