Clinical Diagnosis & Healthcare Monitoring

Sensor technology plays an ever increasing role

Clinical diagnostic medicine and healthcare monitoring are arguably the most important applications of biosensor technology. The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated both the need for advanced diagnostic sensors as well as the capability of research groups around the world to respond rapidly to this unprecedented need. The 11th Annual Sensors in Medicine 2024 conference will highlight the newest trends in sensor technology, their medical and healthcare applications, and the most recent commercial developments.

Trending Technologies

Sweat analysis Sensors for infectious diseases
Molecular sensors

Future sensor technology

Wearable sensors




The Conference will take place in virtual space each day from 5th through 7th March 2024 from 9:00am to 6:00pm (London Time)

Invited and contributed presentations: Send brief (about 200 words) abstracts to by 31 December

Sponsorship and virtual exhibits are invited; see more details

Posters are invited, partcularly from post-graduate students: details here

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Organising Committee

Dr. Michael Brand FRSC, Sensor100

Dr. Noé Karl Brasier, ETH Zurich and USB Basel

Prof. Jonathan Cooper FRSE, Wolfson Chair of Bioengineering, University of Glasgow

Prof. Pedro Estrela, Director, Centre for Bioengineering & Biomedical Technologies, University of Bath

Dr. Timothy Miles Rawson, Imperial College, Department of Infectious Diseases

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