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IEEE Pulse Staff
Leslie Mertz, Ph.D.
Book Reviews: Paul King, emeritus, Vanderbilt University
Senior Design: Jay R. Goldberg, Marquette University
State of the Art: Arthur T. Johnson, emeritus, University of Maryland
Jinghzi An, Harvard-MIT
Amir Amini, University of Louisville
Colin Brenan, 1CELLBIO Inc.
Paolo Bonato, Harvard Medical School
John Criscione, Texas A&M
Jay Goldberg, Marquette University
Arthur Johnson, U of Maryland, emeritus
Paul King, Vanderbilt University, emeritus
Roberto Lavarello, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Paul Sajda, Columbia University
Nitish Thakor, Johns Hopkins University
May Wang, Emory University