International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)
Fédération internationale du génie médical et biologique
Federación Internacional de Ingenieria Médica y Biológica
Internationale Federation für Medizinische und Biologische Technik
1959 Paris France
1959, Paris (France), at 2nd International conference, as International Federation for Medical Electronics -- Fédération internationale d'électronique médicale, sometimes also referred to as International Federation for Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering. Present name adopted 1964; new statutes adopted 1984; most recent statutes adopted 2003.
Encourage, support, represent and unify the worldwide medical and biological engineering community in order to promote health and quality of life through advancement of research, development, application and management of technology.
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