EMBS presents

2014 EMBS Fellows

IEEE EMBS Fellows elevated 1 January 2014

Martin Buss
Technische Universitaet Muenchen
for contributions to haptic telepresence systems and autonomous robots


Branko Celler
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisations (CSIRO)
for contributions to telehealth services for the management of chronic disease


Christos Davatzikos
University of Pennsylvania
for contributions to automatic analysis and interpretation of biomedical multi-dimensional data


Alejandro Frangi Caregnato
University of Sheffield
for contributions to medical image analysis and image-based computational physiology


Christopher Johnson
University of Utah
for leadership in scientific computing and scientific visualization


William Karl
Boston University
for contributions to statistical signal processing and image reconstruction


Hermano Krebs 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
for contributions to rehabilitation robotics and the understanding of neuro-rehabilitation


Jinyi Qi
University of California, Davis
for contributions to statistical image reconstruction for emission-computed tomography


Norma Riley
Northrop Grumman Corporation
for contributions to ultra-wideband phased array technologies


Cheryl Schrader
Missouri University of Science and Technology
for leadership and contributions in engineering education


Yi Wang
Cornell University
for contributions to cardiovascular MRI development and quantitative susceptibility mapping


Ed Wu
University of Hong Kong
for contributions to in vivo magnetic resonance imaging methods