This highly experienced expert has decades of experience in Biomedical Engineering, Medical Device Testing and Failure Analysis. His specific area of expertise and professional interest is in medical devices and instrumentation. He is Emeritus Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society as well as being a Fellow of multiple prestigious professional societies. He has published almost 250 peer reviewed articles on various Biomedical Engineering subjects in publications such as IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Open Biomedical Engineering Journal and Medical Engineering Physics. He was director of research at a biomedical device company as well as is professor emeritus of Biomedical Engineering at a large university. He is working with a Neurological Surgery Professor to develop a permanently implanted passive pressure sensor to measure intracranial pressure (ICP). He has testified many times in patent litigation and personal injury.
Location: Wisconsin B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Cornell University M.S.E.E., Electrical Engineering, University of Rochester Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Rochester Fellow, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Fellow, Institute of Physics Fellow Instrument Society of America Fellow, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Emeritus Fellow, Biomedical Engineering Society Award, Benjamin Smith Reynolds Award for Excellence in Teaching Engineers Award, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation Prize Award, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Career Achievement Award Reviewer, Journal of Clinical Engineering, Physiological Measurement Published, almost 250 peer reviewed articles Edited, 24 Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation books Lectures, invited speaker both nationally and internationally Former, Director of Research at a Biomedical Engineering company Current, Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Engineering at a major university