Series in Physics and Engineering in Medicine and Biology

The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) and the Institute of Physics Publishing (IOPP) have been journal-publishing partners for more than 40 years have created a new ebook programme specifically designed for the medical physics and biomedical engineering communities.

Through IOP’s award-winning ebooks programme, the new books will be available in PDF, ePub and Kindle format. This means that books will be available to read on different devices and with the option for multimedia and mathML. Content will be without digital rights management, therefore allowing unlimited concurrent usage. Print on demand will also be available.

The new book series will be hosted on IOPscience alongside the two IPEM journals published by IOP, Physics in Medicine & Biology and Physiological Measurement, providing all content to researchers in one place.   Subjects include Clinical Engineering,Diagnostic Radiology,Informatics and Computing,Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Physiological Measurement, Radiation Protection, Radiotherapy, Rehabilitation and Biomechanics Engineering, Ultrasound and Non Ionising Radiation.

Latest E-books available 

FREE for Full Members and Fellows for a limited time 


Biomechanical Modeling of the Cardiovascular System cover

Soft Biological Shells in Bioengineering

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Published July 2019

 

 

 

  Biomechanical Modeling of the Cardiovascular System

The book brings together the challenges and experiences of academic scientists, leading engineers, industry researchers and students to enable them to analyse results of all aspects of biomechanics and biomedical engineering.

Authors: Prof Ricardo L Armentano, Dr Edmundo I Cabrera Fischer and Dr Leandro J Cymberknop
Published: April 2019
  Principles of Biophotonics: Linear systems and the Fourier transform in optics

The book aims to teach students, instructors and professionals the basis of optical techniques for biological investigation.


Published: 
 
Anthropomorphic Phantoms in Image Quality and Patient Dose Optimization: A EUTEMPE network

The book and the EUTEMPE-NET course, is unique in providing advanced training for medical physicists in the field of diagnostic and interventional radiology.

Published: December 2018


Computational Anatomical Animal Models: Methodological developments and research applications

The book provides a comprehensive review of the history and technologies used for the development of computational small animal models

Editor: Habib Zaidi
Published: 



Members can order a hard copy of the book at a 30% discount (available to all membership grades)   To obtain this discount please email the IPEM office for a discount code. We will then send you the code.  Full price is £99 for non members). 

If you are a Full Member or a Fellow you can download the book for FREE for your personal use. Please log in and go to our Journals page.  When you are logged in you  need to click on one the Journal TITLE which takes you to the IOPP website.  

When you are on the IOPP page please click on Books (top navigation line) and the expand the SERIES button on the right hand side.  Then click on the IPEM-IOP Series.

 

Other books in the series

         

Practical Radio-
biology in Proton
Therapy Planning
Design and Shielding
of Radiotherapy
Treatment  Facilities
 
Magnetic
Nanoparticals for 
Medical Diagnosis
Lasers in Medical
Diagnosis and 
Therapy
Guidance on the Personal
Monitoring Requirements
for Personnel Working
in Healthcare

To obtain a 30% discount please email the IPEM office for a discount code. We will then send you the code.  To buy a printed copy please click here (Full price is £99 for non members).  Currently they are all available to download free for Full members and Fellows for personal use (see instructions above)

Forthcoming titles in the series

Click here for a list of books that are planned and in development over the next few years 

Author's Guide

Editorial Advisory Board

Professor Frank Verhaegen, PhD, FIPEM, FInstP – Chair of the EAB 

Professor & Head of Clinical Physics Research, Maastro Clinic, Maastricht, Netherlands

Professor Carmel Caruana PhD - area of specialism is diagnostic and interventional radiology, radiation protection, medical devices   
Associate Professor, Head, Medical Physics Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malta, Malta

Professor Rory Cooper PhD – area of specialism is rehabilitation engineering    
Professor of Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physical Medicine & Rehab, and Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, USA

Professor Alicia El Haj - area of specialism is bio engineering   
Director, Institute for Science & Technology in Medicine, Keele University, UK

Professor John A Hossack – area of specialism is ultrasound in both clinical/pre-clinical imaging and to effect localized drug delivery
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, USA

Penelope Allisy-Roberts - area of specialism is Radiological Protection
formerly of BIPM, Sevres, France

Professor Indra J. Das - areas of specialism: radiation dosimetry, nanoparticles, treatment planning, proton beam, small field, Radiochromic film and MRI. 
New York University Langone Medical Center, USA

Tingting Zhu
Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford, UK

Dr Dennis Schaart 
Head of Section Medical Physics and Technology, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Professor Kwan Hoong Ng
Department of Biomedical Imaging, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur

Retired from the board – with thanks for their contribution

Dr David Clifton – area of specialism is informatics and computing 
Group Leader - Computational Health Informatics (CHI) Laboratory, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford, Governing Body Fellow of Balliol College, UK

Professor David Thwaites  - area of specialism is radiotherapy physics     Professor of Medical Physics, Director, Institute of Medical Physics, University of Sydney, Australia, and Honorary Prof. Oncology Physics, Medical Physics, University of Leeds, UK





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