EMBS presents

2011 EMBS Fellows

IEEE EMBS Fellows Elevated as of January 2011

Stephen Boppart
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
for contributions to optical biomedical imaging


Gert Cauwenberghs
University of California San Diego
for contributions to integrated biomedical instrumentation


Emad Ebbini
University of Minnesota
for contributions to ultrasound temperature imaging and dual-mode ultrasound


John Fitzpatrick
Vanderbilt University
for contributions to medical image registration and surgical navigation


Voicu Groza
University of Ottawa
for contributions to floating-point analog-to-digital conversion


Craig Hartley
Baylor College of Medicine
for contributions to  high frequency ultrasonic medical instrumentation


Paul Kinahan
University of Washington Medical Center
for contributions to positron emission tomography


Niels Kuster
IT’IS Foundation
for contributions to the area of near-field exposures and dosimetry for radiofrequency fields in biomedical research


Patrick Loughlin
University of Pittsburgh
for contributions to time-frequency analysis and nonstationary signal processing


Nigel Lovell
University of New South Wales
for contributions to medical device technologies including telehealth systems and visual prostheses


John Moreland
National Institute of Standards and Tech
Electromagnetic Division
for contributions to magnetic applications of scanning probe microscopy and microsystem technologies


Larry Nagahara
National Cancer Institute
Office of Physical Sciences – Oncology
for leadership in nanotechnology devices and measurement applications


Yoshihiko Nakamura
The University of Tokyo
for contributions to robotics


Allison Okamura
Johns Hopkins University
for contributions to the design and control of haptic systems and medical robotics


Dorin Panescu
NewCardio, Inc.
for contributions to medical devices for cardiac applications


Robert Puers
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
for contributions to implantable microelectromechanical systems


Thomas Ryan
Freefall Consulting
for applications of electromagnetic and acoustic systems and techniques for thermal therapy


Guang-Zhong Yang
Imperial College London
for contributions to medical imaging and robotic surgery


Fan-Gang Zeng
University of California Irvine
for contributions to auditory prostheses


Gengsheng Zeng
University of Utah
for contributions to instrumentation and image reconstruction algorithms in single photon emission computed tomography