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Education:

A.B. Bioengineering Univ. of California, San Diego 1979 (3.9 UC-GPA)
M.S. Mechanical Engng. Univ. of California, Berkeley 1980 (3.9 UC-GPA)
Ph.D. Bioengineering Univ. of California, Berkeley & San Francisco 1985 (major Biocontrols, minors Biomechanics, Neurophysiology)

 

Professional Experience:

4/00 - present: 

Adjunct Professor

Dept. of Rehabilitation & Physical Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin

2/00 - present: 

John P. Raynor Distinguished Chair

Marquette University -- see personal story

1/00 - present

Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University

1/00 - 8/03: 

Chair, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University

7/95 - 12/00:

Consultant to the Medical Staff

National Rehabilitation Hospital, Washington DC

8/99 - 12/99: 

Founding Chair, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering,  

The Catholic University of America

9/96 - 12/99:

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, The Catholic University of America

8/91 - 8/96:  

Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Catholic Univ. of America

12/91 - 12/93, 1/97 - 7/99:

Director, Biomedical Engineering Program

The Catholic Univ. of America

7/94 - 9/94:  

Visiting Research Associate

Rehab Engng Research Center (RERC) on Rehab Robotics, Univ. Delaware

1/93 - 8/93:  

Associate Program Director, Biomedical Engineering & Research to Aid Persons With Disabilities Program, National Science Foundation (ave. 40% time)

8/85- 7/91: 

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering

Arizona State University (tenure granted 4/91)

8/85 - 7/91:

Lab Director, Joint Function & Gait Laboratory

Harrington Arthritis Research Center (now part of ASU) , Phoenix  

 

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