Mentors

David Borkholder

 

16 Years in Academia - Kate Gleason College of Engineering
David Borkholder
Bausch & Lomb Professor, Microsystems Engineering, Director PHT180

Education
Stanford University, MS, PhD, Electrical Engineering
Rochester Institute of Technology, BS, Microelectronic Engineering

Areas of Research

Implantable Microsystems MEMS
Drug delivery Physiological monitoring
Biosensors Cardiovascular health


Funding Sources

NIH (K25, R01) NSF
DARPA USMC (SBIR Phase I and II)
ONR AFRL
Google Other industry

Caroline Easton

 

26 Years in Academia - College of Health Sciences and Technology
Caroline Easton
Professor, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Health Sciences & Technology

Education
Yale School of Medicine, Fellow
University of Massachusetts, PhD, Clinical Psychology
University of Connecticut Health Center, Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Connecticut, PhD, Psychology
Rochester Institute of Technology, BS, Biotechnology / Psychology

Areas of Research

Addiction Psychiatry Family Violence
Randomized Clinical Trials Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Interactive Technologies Integration of Care
Treatment Outcome Studies
 
Global Health Clinical Trials (Cross Cultural Applicability of Treatment Addiction and IPV)


Funding Sources

NIH (K08, R01, LRP) Donaghue Foundation
Byrne Foundation Economic and Social Research Council
DMHAS Monroe County

Thomas Gaborski

 

8 Years in Academia - Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Thomas Gaborski
Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Education
University of Rochester, MS, PhD, Biomedical Engineering
Cornell University, BS, Biological Engineering

Areas of Research

Nanomaterials Biomaterials
Tissue Engineering

Lab-on-a-chip


Funding Sources

NIH (R35, R21, R43, F31) NSF (STTR Phase I and II)

NYSTAR CEIS

 

 Daniel Ornt

40 Years in Academia - College of Health Sciences and Technology
Daniel Ornt
Vice President, Dean and Professor, Health Sciences & Technology

Education
University of Michigan, National Kidney Foundation Research Fellow, 1980-81
School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester- MD, 1976
Colgate University – BA 1973

Areas of Research

Renal physiology/potassium homeostasis Clinical drug trials
Clinical trials/hemodialysis treatment-multicenter trials

Clinical research center associate director (URMC)


Funding Sources

NIH (NIRA, UO1) HHS

American Heart Association

National Kidney Foundation
Pharma

Macy Foundation (educational research)

Gill Tsouri

12 Years in Academia - Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Gill Tsouri
Professor, Electrical Engineering

Education
Ben-Gurion University, Israel, BS, MS, PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Areas of Research

Wireless body area networks Biomedical signal processing

Wireless physical layer security

 


Funding Sources

NIH (R01) Google

Welch Allyn

General Motors
nBn Technologies

Rochester General Health Systems

linwei wang

11 Years in Academia - Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Linwei Wang
Professor, Computing & Information Sciences

Education
Rochester Institute of Technology, PhD, Computing and Information Sciences
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, MPhil, Electronic and Computer Engineering
Zhejiang University, BS, Optic-electrical Engineering

Areas of Research

IStatistical inference Medical image / signal analysis

Uncertainty quantification

Machine learning


Funding Sources

NSF (Career)

NIH (R21, R15, R01)