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Biomedical Engineering: Referencing

Resources for getting started doing research in Biomedical Engineering science

One style format?

Biomedical Engineering is a field of science on engineering applications for the medical and healthcare fields. This includes different specializations such as biomedical imaging systems, orthopaedic biomechanics, tissue, and cellular engineering, biomaterials, artificial organs, human-computer interfaces, cardiovascular devices, rehabilitation, and human factors engineering.

The interdisciplinarity of biomedical engineering research allows not to use one citation nor one writing style format.

You have to check with your professor or editor the format required for your paper or article.

The recommended styles:

  • IEEE
  • Vancouver (National Library of Medicine)
  • Harvard
  • APA (American Psychological Association)
  • AMA (American Medical Association)
  • AIP (American Institute of Physics)
  • ACS (American Chemical Society)
  • ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineering.

Here you can find sources to a number of recommended style guides:

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