Mehdi Shokoueinejd is currently a Ph.D. Candidate within the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison). Mehdi’s research has focused on the development of noninvasive physiological measurement and biomedical signal processing methods for assessment of the cardiovascular and respiratory system (sensors, identification algorithms, and therapeutic devices). Prior to his position at UW-Madison, he served as a R&D intern at Boston Scientific, and few healthcare-related startup Companies. His solid research experience lies at the interface between physiological signal and engineering in disciplines including physiological sensing technologies and the signal processing techniques.
Mehdi was the recipient of the 2016 IEEE-EMBS, NSF Young Professionals Contributing to Smart and Connected Health, FL. Mehdi won the First Place Grand Award at the 2014 Qualcomm Innovation competition, WI. Mehdi has been extensively involved in organizing and contributing to American research societies. For instance, he has served as the Student Representative of the UW-Madison at the Annual Biomedical Society Meetings.
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