Dieter Haemmerich

Dieter Haemmerich, Ph.D., is Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina, and Adjunct Faculty of Bioengineering at Clemson University. He is a senior member of IEEE-EMBS, a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS), past President of the Society for Thermal Medicine (STM), and past chair of the EMBS Technical Committee on Therapeutic Systems and Technologies. His research interests include thermal ablation, biomedical instrumentation, measurement of thermal and dielectric tissue properties, and computational modeling of biological heat transfer problems and targeted drug delivery (see

Associated articles

IEEE PULSE, Challenges and Opportunities, January/February 2016, March/April 2016
Challenges in Patient-Specific Computer Simulations of Image-Guided Therapies
For many therapeutic interventions, imaging has become an essential component of initial diagnosis, as well as the monitoring of treatment progress and outcome. Imaging data can now be acquired in real-time, which has led to the emergence of image-guided interventions... Read more
OJEMB, Articles
Untargeted Large Volume Hyperthermia Reduces Tumor Drug Uptake From Thermosensitive Liposomes
Goal: The impact of hyperthermia (HT) method on tumor drug uptake with thermosensitive liposomes (TSL) is not well understood. Methods: We created realistic three-dimensional (3-D) computer models that simulate TSL-encapsulated doxorubicin (TSL-DOX) delivery in mouse tumors with three HT methods... Read more