George Tolomiczenko (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an assistant professor of clinical neurology and biomedical engineering and administrative director of the Health, Technology, and Engineering Program at the University of Southern California (USC). His interdisciplinary work has included director-level roles in a variety of clinical, research, academic, and funding agency contexts. He is now focusing on developing USC’s interdisciplinary collaborative strengths applied to medical device and process innovation. He teaches courses designed to form and train teams linking engineering and medicine to create innovative and licensed technologies and start-up companies.
IEEE PULSE, Feature November/December 2015Linking Engineering and Medical Training
Medical students are attracted by the prospect of a meaningful addition to their clinical work. Engineering students are excited by a unique opportunity to learn directly alongside their medical student peers. For both, as well as the scientific community at... Read more
Posted on 16 NOV 2015
JTEHM, ArticlesOpportunities for Regulatory Changes to Promote Pediatric Device Innovation in the United States: Joint Recommendations from Pediatric Innovator Roundtables, August 5, 2020 & January 6, 2021
Terence Sanger, Anthony Chang, William Feaster, Sharief Taraman, Nadine Afari, Debra Beauregard, Brent Dethlefs, Tiffani Ghere, Mustafa Kabeer, George Tolomiczenko, Michael Billig, Jon Brophy, Kolaleh Eskandanian, Juan Espinoza, Sherry Farrugia, Michael Harrison, Christopher Horvat, Claudia Hoyen, Chester Koh, Allison Komiyama, Krista Nelson, Omkar Kulkarni, Robert Levy, Kevin Maher, Michael O’Donnell, Todd Ponsky, Frances Richmond, Jessica Richter, Shuvo Roy, Shreim Samir, Srinivasan Suresh, Charlette Stallworth, Usha Thekkedath, Kara Toman, James Wall, Leanne West, Dawn Wolff
Objective: The purpose of this report is to provide insight from pediatric stakeholders with a shared desire to facilitate a revision of the current United States regulatory pathways for the development of pediatric healthcare devices. Methods: On August 5, 2020,... Read more
Posted on 20 JUL 2021