We have a new Thrust 2 lead, Dr Hatice Ceylan Koydemir. We would however like to first thank Dr. Kristen Maitland for her service within PATHS-UP and wish her all the best in her future endeavours. We recently had a Q&A with our new Thrust 2 lead which is an assistant professor at Texas A&M. […]
Congratulations to our PATHS-UP team on getting a top 10 cited paper, Sources of Inaccuracy in Photoplethysmography for Continuous Cardiovascular Monitoring of 2021 in Biosensors. This was a Thrust 3 paper, spear headed by two PhD students, and Dr Jessica Ramella- Roman and her team in FIU. Figure 1 (a) Photoplethysmography (PPG) waveform: 1. systolic peak; 2. […]
Introducing the newest SLC members. Read their bios below: Andres is a 4th year graduate student working toward a Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University. His research interests include medical devices, biomedical optics, and wearables. He hopes to make a positive impact on students and underserved communities by promoting our ERCs innovation ecosystem […]
PATHS-UP is committed to a culture of inclusivity, and all of our members reject and condemn all forms of racism, discrimination, brutality and violence. As an NSF Engineering Research Center whose focus is to develop health technologies and systems for underserved and underrepresented populations, we actively promote diversity and inclusion within our field not limited […]
PATHS-UP has recently wrapped up the second quarter of our second year. Check out what’s been going on in the PATHS-UP Community in our 2nd quarter newsletter:
PATHS-UP would like to congratulate Dr. Mark Benden being named a Senior member of the National Academy of Inventors inaugural class.
Congratulations to Jessica Ramella-Roman who has been elected to the grade of SPIE Fellow.