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Billiar, who has an appointment as an adjunct associate professor of surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, has also been named to the executive board of ASME's Bioengineering Division and appointed an associate editor for ASME's Journal of Biomechanical Engineering.
Technical co-chairs were John Bischof, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota and past chair of the ASME Bioengineering Division, and Paolo Decuzzi of the Methodist Hospital Research institute in Houston.
ASME and its Bioengineering Division are at the center of the application of this toolbox to problems of disease and disability.
One compelling example comes from the laboratory of ASME Bioengineering Division member Srikanth Singamaneni at Washington University in St.
The current ASME Bioengineering Division chair, John Bischof, heads the BioHeat and Mass Transfer Laboratory at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, which focuses on nanoparticle-based adjuvant therapies for a broad range of thermal ablation procedures.
In addition we are active in the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), and we sponsor six prestigious journals in a variety of fields that touch on different aspects of design engineering, including the Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering (co-sponsored with the CIE Division), the Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, the Journal of Mechanical Design, the Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics; Journal of Medical Devices (co-sponsored with Bioengineering Division), and the Journal of Vibration & Acoustics.
In its early days, the ASME Bioengineering Division was concerned largely with the design of prosthetics and other artificial aids for human health and rehabilitation.
Although ASME's bioengineering division has about 6,000 members, many people are unfamiliar with this type of engineering.
In February 1998, ASME's bioengineering division issued a position statement endorsing S.