EMBS presents

Past Professional Career Achievement Award Recipients

2019: Richard Boudreault

Reason for Nomination: For the development of femtosecond laser in-situ bio-imagery, with application to the detection and characterization of breast cancer and to pharmaceutical research with a Small Animal Molecular Imager technology.

2018: Howard Levin

Reason for Nomination: For outstanding scientific, medical and technical contributions to the development of novel medical technologies and devices for the treatment hypertension and heart failure.

2017: Karl E. Friedl

Reason for Nomination: In recognition of his technical contributions in metabolic monitoring, physiological status monitoring, and neuropsychological assessments as a biomedical researcher and technical leader in the military, government, academia, and professional societies.

2012: Reese S. Terry, Jr.

Reason for Nomination: For the invention of theraputic implantable devices and procedures for the treatment of epilepsy and drug-resistant chronic depression

2011: Rahul Mehra

Reason for Nomination: For outstanding contributions to the understanding and treatment of malignant heart rhythms with implantable devices for patients at risk of sudden cardiac death

2010: Mark Kroll

Reason for Nomination: For harnessing the power of the charge „burping effect‟ into the design of biphasic defibrillation waveforms and extensive contributions to the clinical success of defibrillators

2009: Dorin Panescu

Reason for Nomination: For groundbreaking contributions to the invention and development of medical devices for cardiac ablation, mapping, imaging and cardiac resynchronization
therapy.