Terry Sanger (tsanger@usc. edu) is provost associate professor of biomedical engineering, neurology, and biokinesiology and academic director of the Health, Technology, and Engineering Program at USC. He coordinates the Childhood Motor Study Group and the U.S. National Institutes of Health Taskforce on Childhood Movement Disorders, and he is the principal investigator on several research studies at USC. He runs the pediatric movement disorders clinic at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles in the Department of Neurology. His training includes background in child neurology, electrical engineering, signal processing, control theory, neural networks, and computational neuroscience.
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