Innovation at the Intersection of Medicine and Engineering: Michael McLoughlin, "Robotic Prostheses"
Thursday, September 19, 2013
5:30 p.m. UMD BioPark, Baltimore
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Innovation at the Intersection of Medicine and Engineering Series Robotic Prostheses: Implications and applications in post-traumatic and post-stroke patients
University of Maryland BioPark Life Sciences Conference Center 801 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Note: Street parking as well as parking in a garage across the street is available. The venue is a short walk, across MLK Blvd, from the Medical, Dental, Nursing and Pharmacy schools.
Michael McLoughlin Deputy Business Area Executive Research & Exploratory Development Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Michael McLoughlin is a renowned expert on robotics whose work was recently featured on "60 Minutes."
Moderators Reuben Mezrich MD PhD, FACR School of Medicine, University of Maryland Baltimore; Site Miner, UM Ventures
Gilmer Blakenship PhD, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, Site Miner, UM Ventures
Biography Michael P. McLoughlin received his B.E.E. and M.S.E.E. degrees from the University of Delaware in 1983 and 1985 respectively. He joined the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in 1985, and currently leads the Biomedicine Branch. His experience includes application of systems engineering expertise to a wide range of biomedical, homeland security and military applications. He is also an instructor in the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering and is a member of the APL Principal Professional Staff.
About the series UM Ventures and the Maryland Innovation Initiative are pleased to announce the fourth talk in the ongoing Seminar series "Innovation at the Intersection of Medicine and Engineering." The goal of the series is to stimulate conversations and interactions between engineers and health care faculty and students. The Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII) is eager to solicit new ideas, new inventions, new procedures, new software and new collaborations on topics at the intersection of engineering and medicine and provides funding to demonstrate "proof of principle," with the hope that this can lead to start-ups or licensing opportunities that can ultimately help to improve care of our patients. Attend to learn more.