Department of Health Science and Technology

Organisation profile

Department of Health Science and Technology is conducting research and education with a profoundly interdisciplinary character due to the interaction of engineering and medical disciplines.

The department brings together competencies within technological aspects of the health area “from cell to system” with the purpose of developing

  • basic engineering methods to understand and control biological systems (human or animal) for the benefit of mankind 
  • methods for patient specific information retrival, transmission, interpretation and presentation for diagnosis and treatment

The current research activities cover a broad area with a technological focus on basic principles and methods for controlling cell growth, activating excitable tissue, and for recording, analysing, modelling and interpreting and presenting medical and biological information. The clinical applications include neurorehabilitation, motor control, spasticity, pain, work related neuromuscular impairments, diabetes, neurosurgery, stem cells, and hospital information systems.

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Activities (261)

Most frequent journals

  • Pain

    ISSNs: 0304-3959

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 0167-6482

    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, United States

    Journal

  • European Journal of Pain

    ISSNs: 1090-3801

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1532-2149

    JohnWiley & Sons Ltd., United Kingdom

    Journal

  • Experimental Brain Research

    ISSNs: 0014-4819

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 0932-4011

    Springer, Germany

    Journal

  • European Heart Journal

    ISSNs: 0195-668X, 1522-9645

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 0421-752, 1522-9645, 0195-668X

    Oxford University Press, United Kingdom

    Journal

  • Clinical Neurophysiology

    ISSNs: 1388-2457

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1567-424X

    Elsevier Ireland Ltd., Ireland

    Journal

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