The Clinician Engineer Hub was launched in 2019 in collaboration between clinicians and engineers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Imperial College London and King’s College London. This international hub is a non-profit organisation that brings together the clinical and biomedical engineering fields and provides medical students and early career clinicians exposure to the world of biomedical engineering, the challenges doctors face in diagnosing and treating patients and how to solve these issues with cutting edge engineering solutions.

We offer regular training workshops in the UK and internationally as well as webinars, podcasts and research opportunities. During training workshops, participants will benefit from attending lectures and seminars by leading experts in both fields. All participants will take part in small-group activities with peers and seniors to ensure they develop team working and leadership skills ready for real life working. Research opportunities offered include internships, MSc, PhD and postdoctoral positions.

The Clinician Engineer Hub allows medical students and clinicians fascinated by disease pathology to understand the current diagnostic and treatment gaps in the clinical field and design effective solutions based on solid engineering principles. It will be revolutionary for your career with the unique opportunity to receive mentorship across world renowned academic centres in the UK and abroad.

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Clinician Engineer Global Health Lab

The Clinician Engineer Global Health Lab is a space specifically for clinicians and engineers with an interest in solving global health problems with engineering solutions. This unique lab is positioned to help tackle the world's most burdensome diseases comprising heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pulmonary diseases, dimentia, kidney disease and cancer. Our engineering solutions include photonic sensors, artificial intelligence, tissue engineering, 3D printing, nanotechnology and responsive biomaterials that can address the most challenging healthcare problems. For further information regarding internships, masters project and PhD level projects, please e-mail Dr. Ali Yetisen.

Female Clinician Engineer Webinar Series

In recognition of International Women in Engineering Day June 23 #INWED20, the Clinician Engineer Hub is holding a series of webinars to celebrate female engineers in collaboration with EIT Health Alumni. These exciting series of webinars will take place over 4 weeks during the month of July. Connect with us every Saturday of July (4th, 11th, 18th and 25th ) and get to know some of the great female engineers from across the globe. They will share success stories in the different fields of Engineering with relevance to Healthcare.

Clinician Engineer Hub for Female Clinical Engineers