Bronzino, Joseph D.

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BRONZINO, Joseph D. American, b. 1937. Genres: Engineering, Ethics, Medicine/Health, Technology. Career: US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, instructor, 1959-61; New York Telephone Co., NYC, transmission engineer, 1960-61, central office engineer, 1963-64; University of New Hampshire, Durham, instructor, 1964-66, assistant professor of electrical engineering, 1966-67; University of New Hampshire, Engineering Design and Analysis Laboratory, assistant director, 1964-67; Trinity College, Hartford, CT, associate professor, 1968-75, professor of engineering, 1975-, Vernon Roosa Professor of Applied Science, 1977-, chair of department, 1982-90; Hartford Graduate Center, Hartford, CT, director and chair of biomedical engineering program, 1969-97; Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, cooperating staff, 1968-97; University of Connecticut Health Center, clinical associate, 1971-77, project manager, 1980, administrative assistant, 1981, management and computer consultant, 1981-97; Boston University Medical School, adjunct faculty, 1989-98; Biomedical Engineering Alliance for Connecticut, director, 1997-2000; Beacon, president, 2000-. Aetna Institute, educational consultant, 1985-88; conference organizer; Connecticut Science Museum, scientific adviser, 1985-; reviewer for professional journals. Publications: Technology for Patient Care, 1977; Computer Applications for Patient Care, 1982; Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation: Basic Concepts and Applications, 1986; (with V. Smith and M. Wade) Medical Technology and Society, 1990; Expert Systems: Basic Concepts and Applications, 1990; Management of Medical Technology, 1992; The BME Handbook, 1995, 2nd ed., 2000; Introduction to BME, 1999. Address: Dept of Engineering, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 06106, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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