EMBS is the largest international engineering society for biomedical engineers dedicated to the
study of biomedical engineering. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society is a chapter of
IEEE COMSATS University Islamabad that fosters the development in medicinal technology.
EMBS provides its members with access to the people, practices, information, ideas and opinions
that are shaping one of the fastest growing fields in science.

EMBS at COMSATS is fully
functional in providing the students with seminars and on-hand workshops. It primarily works to
encourage the scholastic efforts of students, to improve and disseminate education in medicinal
technology, to provide guidance to aspiring students and to provide students a chance to see and
talk to industry leaders from all over Pakistan.


  • Provides a unique opportunity, to explore the advancement of medicine and biology through the application of engineering sciences and technology worldwide.
  • Introducing volunteers to the fresh biomedical innovations globally.

  • IEEE EMBS members have access to IEEE Pulse, which is an award-winning electronic magazine covering a range of topics in biomedical engineering.
  • Providing EMBS members the opportunity to present their work in front of an international audience through Student paper competitions.
  • Allow for networking opportunities via the EMBS Young Member Blog.

Advisor’s Message

Being faculty advisor of IEEE EMBS CUI, it has been a wonderful journey throughout. The volunteering spirit of students and their passion to deliver back to society is commendable. I’ve seen them working day and night for the cause, and their efforts have made this chapter an example to look up to. The working environment is amiable just so that everyone regardless of their position can put forward their views and ideas which are respected by everyone.

 We’ve accomplished our milestone and looking forward for much more achievements in the near future. I wish all the best of luck to the ExCom along with the team for their future endeavors.

— Sir Saqib Mumtaz