This study section reviews SBIR and STTR grant applications involving development of instrumentation and devices for biomedical sensing, measurement, diagnosis and surgery. The work on innovative sensors may range from fundamental physical, material or chemical transduction through basic measurement principles to the design of novel instruments for clinical use. The work on innovative devices may range from basic devices, electrical/photonic devices, and materials for surgical procedural and wound healing applications.
The List of Reviewers lists all present, whether permanent or temporary, to provide the full scope of expertise present on that date. Lists are posted 30 days before the meeting and are tentative, pending any last minute changes.
- Biosensor (e.g., chemical, immunochemical, optical and electrochemical etc.) for investigating, monitoring, diagnosing and treating disorders; developing novel sensor solutions for healthcare.
- Medical, therapeutic and biotechnology products, including biosensors, arrays, nanotechnology, therapeutics, drug delivery platforms, MEMs, biochemistry, and medical instrumentation.
- Photonic, electronic, and chemical technologies for bioinstrumentation and portable point-of-care devices.
- Chemical, physical, and biological assays instrumentation for personal health and environmental monitoring.
- Polymers, membranes, surfaces, films, or microfluidics for biological separations and assays.
- Surgery and wound healing treatment and application.
Shared Interests and Overlaps
SBIB (11) and SBIB (10) have shared interests in optical systems. Applications that are more focused on sensors are typically assigned to SBIB (11). Applications that are more focused on imaging are typically assigned to SBIB (10).
SBIB (11) and SBIB (12) have shared interests in biomedical devices and engineering technology including sensor, balloon and catheter etc. Applications that are focused on the devices with material engineering are typically assigned to SBIB (11). Applications that are focused on the devices with mechanical engineering are typically assigned to SBIB (12).
SBIB (11) and HDM (11) have shared interests in innovative biomedical sensing and measurement. Applications that are focused on advanced development and design of biomedical sensing technologies, devices and systems are assigned to SBIB (11). Applications that are testing new sensing devices for clinical effectiveness may be assigned to HDM (11).