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  • Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Medical Robotics Fact or Fiction Talk for students and faculty on recently established Bioengineering Initiatives by Dr Kevin Cleary PhD Technical Director at the Sheikh Zayed Institute on April 8 2013 The mission of the Bioengineering Initiative is to serve as an engineering research for the hospital and work with clinical partners to develop technology for minimally invasive interventions Read more Gallery Visit the Heal lab gallery to view images

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  • Heal Gallery – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Search Health Engineering Applications Laboratory Menu Heal Gallery News Student and Faculty Seminar by Dr Kevin Cleary Thermal Tumor Ablation Therapy and Tele health People Ashish Amresh Ashraf Gaffar Bing Wu John Femiani Kevin Gary Nancy Cooke Thomas Sugar Projects ARMY Human Face Landmarks Curve Matching JF Fit Bit IGSTK Image guided surgical Toolkit Implicit Shape Space for Faces Morphometrics for Anthropology Teeth Digitization Publications Heal Gallery Show as slideshow

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  • News – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Matching JF Fit Bit IGSTK Image guided surgical Toolkit Implicit Shape Space for Faces Morphometrics for Anthropology Teeth Digitization Publications News 1 Talk for students and faculty on recently established Bioengineering Initiatives by Dr Kevin Cleary PhD Technical Director at the Sheikh Zayed Institute on April 8 2013 The mission of the Bioengineering Initiative is to serve as an engineering research for the hospital and work with clinical partners to

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  • Student and Faculty Seminar by Dr. Kevin Cleary – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    National Medical Center Washington DC USA The mission of the Bioengineering Initiative is to serve as an engineering research for the hospital and work with clinical partners to develop technology for minimally invasive interventions The technology developments include medical devices medical robotics image registration and fusion and image guided navigation for pediatric interventions The clinical applications include laparoscopic abdominal surgery knee arthoscopy craniosynostosis ureteroscopy and cochlear implant surgery The institute includes scientists radiologists and surgeons that are dedicated to improving the precision and decreasing the invasiveness of pediatric procedures The talk will provide incite into the growing field of technology applications in medicine which open exciting doors for students Download as pdf Faculty Seminar Medical Robotics Fact or Fiction Where When Monday April 8 2013 10am 11am Peralta Hall 145 Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus There has been a great deal of media coverage of medical robotics and the use of robotic systems for surgical procedures has been increasing However the benefits of using robotics in the operating room have not been quantitatively established Still it is envisioned that the use of robotics in medicine will continue to increase and it is believed that these systems can play a role in minimizing invasiveness and improving the precision of medical procedures In this talk I will discuss these issues as well as present some history of medical robotics and some examples of current robotic systems used in the operating room Download as pdf About the Speaker Kevin Cleary PhD Technical Director Bioengineering Initiative Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation Children s National Medical Center Washington DC USA Biography A research professor and engineer Kevin Cleary PhD leads the Institute s interdisciplinary bioengineering team with a focus on improving visualization in pediatric surgery through medical devices and robotics As part of

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  • Thermal Tumor Ablation Therapy and Tele-health – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    search cure and prevention of these diseases Here we will briefly report our recent work in thermal tumor ablation therapy and telemedicine technology for monitoring heart health In the first part of the talk we will present our research on the minimally invasive thermal ablation techniques for locally destroying solid tumors Our work tackles technical challenges in pre operative surgical planning noninvasive intra operative monitoring and post operative assessment The talk will focus on the microwave thermal ablation of liver tumors and stereotactic surgery for brain tumors In the second part of the talk we will present our work on the development of an internet based health monitoring system The talk will address the technical issues such as remote monitoring of patient s vital signs like ECG pulse respiration blood oxygen level temperature etc evaluation of cardiovascular health on the basis of these parameters and construction of a tele health system using the embedded web server About The Speakers Prof Shuicai Wu is the Vice Dean of the College of Life Science Bioengineering at Beijing University of Technology BJUT and the Director of the BJUT Biomedical Engineering Center He received his B S and M S in Electrical Engineering in 1985 and 1993 respectively from Jiangxi University of Technology and Shanghai University of Technology In 2000 he earned his Ph D degree in Biomedical Engineering from Huazhong University of Science Technology Before coming to BJUT he was a member of the faculty at Jiangxi Jiujiang Normal College Currently he is a Professor in Biomedical Engineering at BJUT His research interests are in the design of innovative medical instruments biomedical signal and image processing and telemedicine He is the author of over 80 journal articles and conference publications and he holds 20 hardware and design patents and software IPs Lan Lin

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  • People – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Read More John Femiani is an Assistant professor at Arizona State University in the Department of Engineering Research and teaching interests include Computer graphics Computer Aided Geometric Design and Computer Vision Dr femiani has professional experience working with the Barrow Neurological institute to develop visualization and simulation software for sharing and teaching surgical approaches Read More Dr Gary is an Associate Professor tenured at Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus in the Department of Engineering College of Technology and Innovation Dr Gary is a software engineer by academic training and industry experience His general areas of research include software architecture and design software process specifically agile methods and open source software and entrepreneurship He is currently interested in how all of these areas may be brought to bear on technology to make people smarter and healthier Read More Bing Wu Ph D is an Assistant professor in Dept of Technological Entrepreneurship Innovation Management at Arizona State University He received a B S in Biomedical Engineering from the Huazhong University of Science Technology in 1994 an M S degree in Neurobiology in 1997 from the ShanghaiInstitute of Physiology Chinese Academy of Sciences and a Ph D in Experimental Psychology in 2004 from the University of Louisville Read More Nancy J Cooke is a professor of Cognitive Science and Engineering at Arizona State University and is Science Director of the Cognitive Engineering Research Institute in Mesa AZ She is also Cognitive Section Editor of Human Factors a member at large of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society s Executive Council the chair of the National Research Council s Board on Human Systems Integration and a member of the National Research Council s Soldier System Panel Read More Dr Ashraf Gaffar earned his PhD in Human Computer Interaction HCI and specializes in user research

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  • Ashish Amresh – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Publications Ashish Amresh Amresh is an Assistant Professor in the College of Technology and Innovation and is leading the Computer Gaming curriculum initiatives at Arizona State University where he founded the Computer Gaming Certificate and the Camp Game summer program In the past he worked for Ronin Entertainment as Graphics Software Engineer known for Star Wars Force Commander and Bruce Lee Quest of the Dragon He is the author of

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  • Ashraf Gaffar – Health Engineering Applications Laboratory
    Dr Ashraf Gaffar earned his PhD in Human Computer Interaction HCI and specializes in user research and application design development and testing He brings rich industrial experience in versatile application research He worked for several years as a Senior Design Expert at SAP the leading IT software provider in the world He led the research and design work on several SAP desktop and mobile applications in different domains including health retail assets management and banking Besides application design and productization he was instrumental in establishing the User Experience UX team at SAP as well as a new User Centered Design UCD process This included creating process components methods and templates needed as well as creating the Official Mobile Application Guidelines at SAP He also developed new formative usability testing methods suitable for validating research findings Before SAP he worked as a faculty member at Concordia University Canada where he taught different HCI and usability courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels He developed the curriculum of several new courses as well Dr Gaffar is also a co founder of the Human Centered Software Engineering group HCSE at Concordia as well as its state of the art usability lab Dr Gaffar

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