Smart Biomedical Devices
Our mission is to invent intelligent biomedical devices that advance science, enhance health, and reduce illness and disability.
Latest News and Events
Tad and Dianne Taube Gift $14.5 Million to Launch Youth Addiction and Children's Concussion Initiatives
How much battering can a brain take? Boston Globe
Stanford Engineers Explore Mysteries of Brain Injuries Alliance of Advanced Biomedical Engineering (AABME)
Football's enjoyment is on a fade pattern The Washington Post
Our paper "In Vivo Evaluation of Wearable Head Impact Sensors" by Lyndia Wu et al. has been selected by the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting for the Editor's Choice Award.
Our paper "Model-less hydrid position/force control: A Minimalist Approach For Continuum Manipulators in Unknown, Constrained Environments" by Michael Yip et al. won Best Paper in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters for 2016 (out of 450 papers).
Reinventing The Football Helmet: Is Improving The Technology The Answer? Listen to David Camarillo on NPR's Weekend Edition with Rachael Martin
Why helmets don't prevent concussions - and what might. Listen to David Camarillo's TED.com talk
Camarillo Lab congratulates (newly Dr.) Fidel Hernandez on a successful PhD defense!
Congratulations to Fidel Hernandez for winning one of the Graduate Design and Research Awards at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), and to Lyndia Wu, Calvin Kuo, Kaveh Laksari, Mehmet Kurt, and Michael Fanton for being accepted for podium / poster presentations!