Resume - Biomedical Engr/Scientist
sathyam at eeap.ogi.edu
Sun Mar 24 13:37:30 EST 1996
6320 SW Lombard Street, Apartment 34
Beaverton, OR 97008
Home: (503) 644-3201
Work: (503) 291-2109 or (503) 291-4093
Fax: (503) 291-2422
e-mail: sathyam at eeap.ogi.edu
ujwal_sathyam at phsor.org
A challenging career in research and development of non-invasive
techniques for medical diagnosis and therapy
Three years of experience in experimental and theoretical
research of laser applications in medicine. Strong background in
electrical engineering, physics, mathematics, and computer
programming. Medical background includes human anatomy and
physiology, and participation in animal trials.
1992 - present
Oregon Medical Laser Center
1. Practical experience with a variety of medical lasers from UV - IR.
2. Design of bench-top experiments to simulate invivo situations.
3. Remote temperature sensing using infrared radiometry.
4. Basic investigations of laser ablation of tissue.
5. Theoretical modeling of light transport in tissue.
6. Spectrophotometric measurement of chromophore levels.
7. Measurement of optical properties of tissue.
8. Light delivery with optical fibers and catheters.
9. Good wet lab skills.
10. Participation in animal trials.
11. Graduate level courses in human anatomy and physiology.
1. Signal processing techniques in frequency and time domains.
2. Design and analysis of analog and digital electronic circuits.
3. Extensive lab skills with optical and electronic equipment.
4. Design and alignment of optical systems.
5. Modeling of physical processes during laser-tissue interaction.
6. Modeling of stochastic processes, Monte Carlo methods.
7. Image acquisition of high-speed phenomena.
8. Familiar with LABVIEW software.
1. Programming languages: Pascal, C, Fortran.
2. Environments: Mac-OS, Unix, Windows, DOS.
Presently in Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering.
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology, Portland, OR.
Expected Graduation: July 1996.
M.S., Electrical Engineering.
Oregon Graduate Institute, July 1994.
Bachelor of Engineering, Electronics & Communications.
Mangalore University, India, June 1992.
Laser thrombolysis: Jan.93 - present
Conducted basic research into the mechanism of laser-assisted
arterial recanalization. Optimized laser parameters and
identified principal ablation mechanism. Assisted in animal
trials. Procedure is in clinical trials phase.
Non-invasive detection of structures in human skin: July 95 - Dec.95
Investigated a technique to non-invasively detect structures
embedded in inhomogeneous tissue based on measurement of changes
in surface temperature.
Modeling of light transport in tissue: July 95 - present
Evaluating the applicability of the diffusion approximation to
predict optical penetration depth in tissue.
Speech recognition: Aug.91 - May 92, Mangalore University, India
Implemented a voice command recognition system to recognize
spoken passwords based on end-point location and minimum
prediction residual principle.
Implemented a Monte Carlo algorithm to describe light transport
in turbid tissue (C). Wrote code to determine optical properties
of tissue from surface temperature measurements (PASCAL).
Implemented an algorithm to predict internal temperature
distribution following laser irradiation (PASCAL).
1. Experienced at authoring and reviewing technical papers and grants.
2. Speak, read, and write German.
Optical Society of America
REFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS PROVIDED ON REQUEST
More information about the Diagnost