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Features : Medical
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Jenica Kolhoff, Nitinol, Applications Engineer
Kolhoff has established herself as a subject-matter expert for Nitinol, a material that’s still considered exotic by many due to its unique shape memory and superelastic properties.

Kristin has worked at The Lee Company for 11 years. She is a Lead Project Engineer for the Scientific Products Group with a product focus on...

Features : Medical
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Mahsa Nakhjiri, Senior Director of Technical Product Management, Flex
Nakhjiri is a veteran in creating emerging technologies and loves dealing with their ambiguities and challenges.
Features : Medical
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Yolita Wildman Nugent, Director, Advanced Soft Systems Integration, Flex
As the founder of the Soft Systems program at Flex, Yolita brings electronics, smart textiles and computation together to create new products, digital experiences and functionalities through fibers and textiles.
Features : Medical
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Winnie Yu, PhD, Senior Director of Medical Innovation, Flex - Health Solutions
Yu is passionate about helping customers realize their vision for new products.
Features : Manufacturing & Prototyping
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Katie Farley, Kim Jackson, Sue Marchant, Patricia Santos-Serrao & Erin Wright; MasterControl
These leaders are driving innovation and the next generation of MasterControl solutions.
Features : Design
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Sarah Charette, Product Manager
Sarah has been with The Lee Company for 9 years and is Product Manager of the Control Valve Group.
Features : Medical
Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Dawn F. Massa Stancavish, Chief Innovation Officer & COO
As Chief Innovation Officer, Stancavish brings her keen knowledge of MASSA’s capabilities to new customers and markets.
Dr. Teng has worked for Promex for over 6 years and is currently the CTO.
Features : Robotics, Automation & Control
Digital DHRs: Automating the Last Mile of the Production Process
Many manufacturers still struggle to digitize the “last mile” of their factory floor.
The digital revolution under way in medtech manufacturing will continue to transform the industry into a more connected, efficient, and agile ecosystem.
Booth offers advice to other women looking to work in biomedical engineering and science.
"The transition from the design stage of an idea to the test stage is a fantastic feeling," says Guler.
Meurant shares her most rewarding accomplishment as an engineer in the medical industry.
A chemistry teacher made Tkatchouk believe that any molecule could be created by working hard in the lab.
Zahabi's passion to understand human behavior led her to a career in industrial and systems engineering.

Real-time medical imaging is enabling new levels of care by providing greater insight and decision support. As the use of video in healthcare increases, system designers are under pressure to...

As medical devices become smaller and more complex, designers and manufacturers are utilizing new and more sophisticated components to incorporate into their device designs. Patients...

Features : Connectivity
The Future of Connected Health

The three main global goals of healthcare continue to be: improving the quality of care, universal access to care, and keeping costs under control. Technologies and remote connected healthcare are touted as the...

Nearly half of all adults in the United States have some type of cardiovascular disease. This group of over 121 million people are often diagnosed with potential...

Health and wellness monitoring is a primary way to manage personal health and awareness for a healthy lifestyle. Many wearable activity tracking devices, smart watches,...

The history of silicone rubber is synonymous with advancements in medical materials. Silicones, a family of biocompatible elastomers, provide an attractive balance of...

The long-term structural integrity of the substrate is critical for the development of medical devices approved for demanding cardiovascular applications such as transcatheter...

When a patient experiences 70 percent or greater stenosis in the carotid artery — a condition that can cause lack of cerebral blood flow, stroke, and in some cases, death —...

Computational methods are not widely used in practical medicine, mainly because it is difficult to model specific medical procedures and their effects on the human organism...

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