Expertise: Computational medicine, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, cerebrospinal physiology, patient monitoring, modeling, estimation, critical care
Thomas Heldt is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering with the Institute for Medical Engineering & Science and the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he directs the Integrative Neuromonitoring and Critical Care Informatics Group. His research interests focus on signal processing, mathematical modeling, and model identification to support real-time clinical decision making, monitoring of disease progression, and titration of therapy, primarily for cardiovascular, respiratory, and cerebrovascular applications. Dr. Heldt has served as IEEE EMBS Distinguished Lecturer and Chair of the IEEE EMBS Cardiopulmonary Systems Technical Committee. He is currently serving on the IEEE EMBS Conference Student Paper Competition Committee and also as the co-Chair of the conference’s Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems Engineering Theme.