Awards and Recognitions
Research InterestsNeuroengineering microsystems, Analog/mixed-signal/radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuits for neurotechnology, Low-power low-voltage interface circuits for micro/nano-scale sensors and systems, Biomedical microtelemetry, Wireless brain-machine interfaces, Wireless sensing/actuating systems, Point-of-care diagnostic platforms for personalized health
Teaching InterestsMOS Integrated Circuit Design, Electronic Circuits, Advanced Neural Microsystems, Electronic Analysis and Design
Professional Leadership and Service
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News About Pedram Mohseni
National Academy of Inventors names eight Case Western Reserve University researchers to 2023 class of senior members
Eight researchers affiliated with Case Western Reserve University have been named senior members of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI)—the largest class ever from the university—and from any member institution since the academy began the awards in 2018.
CWRU researchers who developed portable sensor to assess blood-clotting ability working with U.S. Navy for more rugged version of portable device
Biomedical engineer leads team at CWRU, Cleveland VA in developing blood test to determine whether patient could get potentially deadly bedsores
Case Coulter Translational Research Partnership awards $1.1 million in funding and support for promising biomedical engineering university technologies
The program provides direct funding and support services to help campus research teams advance products from their laboratories to the marketplace, where they can improve patient care.
The funding is from University Hospitals Research & Education Institute's COVID-19 Rapid Response Pilot Project and from the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative at the School of Medicine
Pedram Mohseni In the News
XaTek Inc. has made a deal with the Navy to make the company's blood clotting assessment device more rugged for military applications.