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Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference

The University of Melbourne | Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
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Title: Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference
Specialty: Clinical Biochemistry
Dates: From Nov, 22, 2015 to Nov, 25, 2015
Location: Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Type: Meeting
Registration Cost: From 150 to 550 AUD
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Welcome message:

Ratko Magjarevic

IFMBE President


 


Dear Colleagues,


After the very successful World Congress of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, held in Beijing in May this year, a new triennial cycle of Federation’s activities has began. First of all, I would like to introduce you to the newly elected Officers of the IFMBE: Professors James Goh from Singapore, the President –Elect; S.M. Krishnan from Boston, elected Secretary General, and Marc Nyssen from Brussels as the new treasurer. Prof. Herbert Voigt did an outstanding job as the President of the IFMBE in the previous term of office and it will be a real challenge to keep his pace. I am very glad that Herb took over the leadership of the International Union for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine (IUPESM) and from his first actions after taking the Presidency, I expect a growth of activities and better representation of MP and BME on the International scene. Prof. Voigt will continue his work in the Administrative Council of the Federation as the Immediate Past President. I have been collaborating with Herb, James, Krishnan and Marc for a number of years and I am sure that we will be able to serve the Federation in the forthcoming three years up to our best abilities.


It is not only that the leadership of the Federation has changed. In Beijing, the IFMBE General Assembly has adopted changes in the Statutes of the Federation which I hope will improve the governance of the Federation through the newly structured Administrative Council and open a lot of new opportunities for the affiliated societies, regional groups, divisions and the Academy. For all of those who were not able to follow the changes, I tried to elaborate in the message published in the latest IFMBE News.


The second change that is effective since the WC2012, is transformation of the Society Committee into the Council of Societies. The council shall consist of one representative of each affiliated organization, but shall be responsible for execution of the elections of regional representatives. The Charter of the Council is under preparation and the affiliated societies will soon get the draft for approval. The Chair of the Council of Societies is according to the new organization an ex-officio member of the Administrative Council.


Let me at this point thank AC members who have already served for one term and continue for another term, profs. Luis Kun and Olaf Lindahl for their support to the Federation in their first term of office, welcome newly elected AC members, Profs. Maria Siebes, the Netherlands and Mario Secca, Portugal, as well as the new, ex-officio AC members, Profs. Roger Kamm, Chair of the IAMBE, Saide Calil, Chair of the CED, Nicolas Pallikarakis, Chair of the HTAD and Andrei Linnenbank, Interim Chair of the Council of Societies. I would like to thank the interim members of the AC, Profs. Akos Jobbagy, Sun Kim and Jan Wojcicki, for their support and willingness to continue their positions until the elections of regional representatives are concluded.

The new management structure of the Federation is a step forward in boosting the activities and the influence of the IFMBE in development of global health care policies and research in the field of biomedical engineering and sciences. This growth of activities is going to be a challenge for the Officers and the AC and at the same time it will demand a lot of new volunteers to join the activities. I am looking forward to working with you!


August 2012

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