The IEEE EMBs Yarmouk University Student Chapter in Jordan has been honored with the prestigious Best Regional Student Chapter/Club Award in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMBs). This esteemed accolade recognizes outstanding student chapters or clubs within a specific region and celebrates their exceptional achievements and contributions to the field.

The award serves as a testament to the unwavering commitment, dedication, and accomplishments of the Yarmouk University Student Chapter. Since its inception in 2014, when IEEE was founded in Jordan, the chapter has continuously set itself apart from others in the region through its unique approach, ambitious goals, and unwavering determination.

Under the supervision of Dr. Ateka Khader and Dr. Hiam Alquran, the committee comprising Yanal Omar, Ghena Nsour, Mohammad Yasser, Faris Meqbel, and Bushra Qaqeash, has played a pivotal role in showcasing the efforts and achievements of both the present and previous committees. Their outstanding leadership and management skills have paved the way for remarkable progress in advancing the intersection of engineering, medicine, and biology.

The IEEE EMBs Yarmouk University Student Chapter’s exceptional achievements are rooted in their diverse activities and initiatives. The chapter has been at the forefront of promoting knowledge, innovation, and collaboration among students, fostering a vibrant community of future professionals in EMBs. Through various events, workshops, and projects, they have consistently provided opportunities for members to expand their expertise, connect with industry leaders, and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field.

Furthermore, the chapter’s membership has flourished, attracting enthusiastic students passionate about the intersection of engineering, medicine, and biology. Their inclusive approach has created an environment that encourages active participation and collaboration, leading to impactful projects and initiatives that have positively influenced the EMBs community.

The impact and outreach efforts of the IEEE EMBs Yarmouk University Student Chapter have extended beyond their immediate community. By organizing outreach programs, engaging with local schools and universities, and actively participating in regional and international conferences, the chapter has inspired a new generation of aspiring professionals in the Middle East and Africa region.

The IEEE EMBs Yarmouk University Student Chapter’s recognition as the Best Regional Student Chapter/Club in the Middle East and Africa is a testament to their remarkable contributions and commitment to advancing the field of EMBs. This prestigious award not only acknowledges their achievements but also serves as an inspiration to student chapters and clubs worldwide.