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Faculty in the department are active in a number of areas of medical and health engineering—to improve quality of life—including; wireless pressure sensing to prevent ulcers (bed sores), wireless electromyogram sensors (e.g., for controlling hand-wrist prostheses), compressive sensing of electroencephalograph (EEG) signals, geo-location of sensors within the gastrointestinal tract, assistive technologies, radio frequency (RF) coil design for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of breast cancer patients, electromagnetic modeling of direct current within the body.

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Ted Ted Clancy

Laboratory for Sensory and Physiologic Signal Processing
Biomedical Signal Processing / Modeling, Smart Prosthetics, Assistive Technology, Wearable Sensors, Biomedical Instrumentation hand wrist prosthesisControl of Hand Wrist Prosthesis 
Xinming Huang image Xinming Huang

Embedding Computing Lab
Biomedical Signal Processing / Modeling, Smart Prosthetics, Assistive Technology, Wearable Sensors, Biomedical Instrumentation non-contact breathing detection machine Non-Contact Breathing Detection 
Reinhold Ludwig image Reinhold Ludwig Wearable Sensors, Biomedical Instrumentation, Medical Imaging, Optimization Methods for MRI imaging and sensing machineryCenter for Imaging and Sensing
Sergey Makarov image Sergey Makarov

Antenna Lab
Medical Imaging, Computational "Virtual Human" Modeling, On-Body Antenna Prototyping, Computational Human Models, Simulations for Safety Evaluations, Modeling of Brain Stimulation, Electromagnetic / Biomechanical Simulations, Numerical Methods

brain xray scanHuman Computational Modeling 1

                   Human Computational Modeling 2

                   Human Computational Modeling 3