< Back to all press Share this article Thursday November 5th, 2020 Dr. Sanchez joins B-Secur’s Scientific Advisory Board B-Secur warmly welcome newest member of the Scientific Advisory Board Release: Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK Dr. Benjamin Sanchez joins the team as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board. Having spent the past six years at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Neurology, Dr. Sanchez is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Utah’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. “I joined B-Secur’s Scientific Advisory Board because we share a deep mutual belief in the importance of bioimpedance and health. B-Secur have already demonstrated tremendous value in their HeartKey® technology and proprietary algorithms.” “By sharing my years of hands-on bioimpedance research, I believe it can help propel B-Secur technology forward. Together, we will define the new generation of wearable devices and algorithms capable of providing medically accurate analytics.” Dr. Benjamin Sanchez Dr. Sanchez’s expertise in bioimpedence alongside our existing ECG research will expand our capabilities into biosensing, greatly aiding our research into electrodermal activity (EDA) and bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA). Enabling our partners and clients to produce exceptional products with the world’s most accurate biometric capabilities. “We are excited to welcome Dr. Sanchez to our Scientific Advisory Board. He is a world class expert in electrical bioimpedance and has advised and consulted with leading technology companies around the world. We are confident that Dr. Sanchez’s exceptional understanding of electrical bioimpedance will be a key influence on our ongoing technology development.” Adrian Condon, CTO B-Secur are on a mission to revolutionise the way people experience technology in the connected world through their heartbeat. We have harnessed the power of ECG to create HeartKey®, a suite of powerful ECG algorithms and analytics for user identification, wellness and health, ready for integration into leading devices and systems.