IEEE Journal of
Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine

IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine's unique aim is to publish original work in the intersection of engineering and clinical translation. The journal's focus is interdisciplinary collaborations between researchers, healthcare providers, and industry and aims to publish results and best practices from these translational efforts.
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Pamela Bhatti, PhD
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Pamela Bhatti (S’05-M’06-SM'19) is an Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. Her research is dedicated to overcoming sensory loss in human hearing through focused neural stimulation, and novel implantable sensors. Dr. Bhatti also conducts research in cardiac imaging to assess and monitor cardiovascular disease. She received her B.S. in Bioengineering from the University of California, Berkeley (1989), her M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington (1993), and her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2006). In 2013 she earned an M.S. in Clinical Research from Emory University and serves as the Georgia Tech Research, Education, and Career Development Director for the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, an NIH-funded center. Committed to translating technology... Read more

Pamela Bhatti (S’05-M’06-SM'19) is an Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. Her research is dedicated to overcoming sensory loss in human hearing through focused neural stimulation, and novel implantable sensors. Dr. Bhatti also conducts research in cardiac imaging to assess and monitor cardiovascular disease. She received her B.S. in Bioengineering from the University of California, Berkeley (1989), her M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington (1993), and her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2006). In 2013 she earned an M.S. in Clinical Research from Emory University and serves as the Georgia Tech Research, Education, and Career Development Director for the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, an NIH-funded center. Committed to translating technology to the clinical setting, in 2016 she co-founded Camerad Technologies, a company dedicated to improving throughput and quality in radiology imaging.
Before completing her Ph.D. degree, she researched the detection of breast cancer with ultrasound imaging in the Department of Radiology, University of Michigan (1997-1999). Her industry experience includes embedded systems software development at Microware Corporation, Des Moines, IA, USA (1996-1997), local operating network applications development and customer support at Motorola Semiconductor, Austin, TX, USA (19941995), and research and fabrication of controlled-release drug delivery systems at Alza Corporation, Palo Alto, CA, USA (1986-1990).

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IEEE Journal of

Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine

2020
VOLUME 8
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The IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine Volume 8 has been published.
Ultrasound-Based Attenuation Imaging for the Non-Invasive Quantification of Liver Fat – A Pilot Study on Feasibility and Inter-Observer Variability
Attenuation imaging is a novel, ultrasound-based technique to objectively detect and quantify liver steatosis. In this study, we evaluated the performance and inter-observer variability of attenuation imaging and compared it to a known quantification method of liver fat, the hepatorenal... Read more
Teleoperation of Collaborative Robot for Remote Dementia Care in Home Environments
As a senile chronic, progressive and currently incurable disease, dementia has an enormous impact on society and life quality of the elderly. The development of teleoperation technology has changed the traditional way of care delivery and brought a variety of... Read more
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Development of a Patch-type Flexible Oxygen Partial Pressure Sensor
Oxygen concentration in living organisms is one of the important vital indicators in emergency care and bedside medical settings. However, the oximetry method has limitations: the measurement site is limited to the tissue containing blood and the absolute value of... Read more
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Total iron measurement in human serum with a novel smartphone-based assay
Abnormally low or high blood iron levels are common health conditions worldwide and can seriously affect an individual’s overall well-being. A low-cost point-of-care technology that measures blood iron markers with a goal of both preventing and treating iron-related disorders represents... Read more
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Rapid, low-cost dielectrophoretic diagnosis of bladder cancer in a clinical setting
Bladder cancer is the 9th most common cancer worldwide. Diagnosing bladder cancer typically involves highly invasive cystoscopy, with followup monitored using uteroscopy. Molecular methods have been developed as an adjunct to this, but tend to be expensive or require expert... Read more