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Peter J. Stern Professor & Chair, COM Orthopaedic Surgery

5508 Medical Sciences Building

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Michael Archdeacon, MD

Michael T. Archdeacon is a Peter J. Stern Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. He serves as the Medical Director of Operative Services and Director of the Division of Musculoskeletal Traumatology at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and specializes in difficult fracture care.

Dr. Archdeacon attended Tulane University School of Engineering and obtained his BS in Biomedical Engineering. He then attended the Ohio State University College of Medicine where he received his M.D. He obtained a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering at the Ohio State University College before he completed a General Surgery Internship and an Allen Orthopaedic Surgical Research Fellowship. After completing his residency training at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine he obtained fellowship training in Orthopaedic Traumatology at Tampa General Hospital.

Dr. Archdeacon is currently serving on the OTA Board of Directors, the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association-Finance Committee as well as the Executive Board of the Ohio Orthopaedic Society as the Treasurer Elect.  He currently has more than fifty peer-reviewed publications and book chapters.

Dr. Archdeacon grew up in Hamilton, Ohio, and now resides in the West Side of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Education

Medical Degree, The Ohio State University 1993

Residency, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2000 (Orthopaedic Surgery)

Fellowship, Florida Orthopaedic Institute 2001 (Orthopaedic Traumatology)

Bachelor's Degree, Tulane University School of Engineering 1989 (Engineering)

Master's Degree, Ohio State University 1994 (Engineering)

Fellowship, Case Western Reserve, School of Medicine 1996 (Orthopaedic Surgical Research)

Internship, Case Western Reserve, School of Medicine 1995 (General Surgery)

Research Support

Grant: #N000188502 / R01AR055267 Investigators:Archdeacon, Michael; Le, Theodore Toan 09-15-2008 -02-28-2014 National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Fixation using Alternative Implants for the Treatment of Hip Fractures (FAITH) Role:PI $10,140.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NCRADA-NMCP-12-188 Investigators:Archdeacon, Michael; Casstevens, Chris 01-01-2012 -06-30-2013 Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Haitian Earthquake Relief: Orthopaedic Care Aboard USNS Comfort Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Collaborative Clincial Trial Agreement Investigators:Archdeacon, Michael 06-21-2013 -06-21-2013 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Fixation using Alternative Implants for the Treatment of Hip Fractures (FAITH) Role:PI $5,757.12 Awarded Level:Foreign Other

Grant: #SRS6329 Investigators:Archdeacon, Michael; Le, Theodore Toan 09-22-2008 -06-30-2010 National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Hip Fracture Evaluation Alternatives of Total Hip vs. Hemi-arthroplasty (HEALTH) Role:Collaborator $16,852.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FOT-2016 Investigators:Archdeacon, Michael; Avilucea, Frank; Finnan, Ryan; Schroeder, Amanda 09-01-2016 -08-31-2017 Foundation for Orthopedic Trauma The Impact of Topical Tranexamic Acid on Pre & Post-Operative Hemoglobin/Hematocrit in Isolated Operative Posterior Wall Acetabular Fractures: A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Multi-Ctr Stud Role:PI $11,300.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Dailey, Steven K; Casstevens, E Christopher; Archdeacon, Michael T; Mamczak, Christiaan N; Burgess, Andrew R (2014. )Assessment of pelvic fractures resulting from the 2010 Haiti earthquake: opportunities for improved care.The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, ,76 (3 ),866-70

d'Heurle, Albert; Le, Toan; Grawe, Brian; Casstevens, E Christopher; Edgington, Jon; Archdeacon, Michael T; Wyrick, John (2013. )Perioperative risks associated with the operative treatment of clavicle fractures.Injury, ,44 (11 ),1579-81

Casstevens, Chris; Archdeacon, Michael T; d'Heurle, Albert; Finnan, Ryan (2013. )Intrapelvic Reduction and Buttress Screw Stabilization of Dome Impaction of the Acetabulum: A Technical Trick.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,

Archdeacon, Michael T; Kazemi, Namdar; Collinge, Cory; Budde, Bradley; Schnell, Scott (2013. )Treatment of protrusio fractures of the acetabulum in patients 70 years and older.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,27 (5 ),256-61

Casstevens, Chris; Le, Toan; Archdeacon, Michael T; Wyrick, John D (2012. )Management of extra-articular fractures of the distal tibia: intramedullary nailing versus plate fixation.The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, ,20 (11 ),675-83

Connelly, Camille L; Archdeacon, Michael T (2012. )Transgluteal posterior column screw stabilization for fractures of the acetabulum: a technical trick.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,26 (10 ),e193-7

Casstevens, E Christopher; Jentzsch, Thorsten; Archdeacon, Michael T; Foad, Mohab B (2012. )Olecranon nail disengagement: a case report.Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery / American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons ... [et al.], ,21 (9 ),e11-5

Collinge, Cory; Archdeacon, Michael T; Dulaney-Cripe, Elizabeth; Moed, Berton R (2012. )Radiographic changes of implant failure after plating for pubic symphysis diastasis: an underappreciated reality?.Clinical orthopaedics and related research, ,470 (8 ),2148-53

Connelly, Camille L; Archdeacon, Michael T (2012. )The lateral decubitus approach for complex proximal femur fractures: anatomic reduction and locking plate neutralization: a technical trick.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,26 (4 ),252-7

Kazemi, Namdar; Archdeacon, Michael T (2012. )Immediate full weightbearing after percutaneous fixation of anterior column acetabulum fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,26 (2 ),73-9

Kazemi, Namdar; Foad, Mohab; Archdeacon, Michael T (2011. )Fellow's corner: grand rounds from the university of cincinnati medical center - chronic osteomyelitis of the tibia.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,25 (11 ),691-4

Archdeacon, Michael T; Kazemi, Namdar; Romanowski, James R; Mobberley-Schuman, Paula S; Weiss, Alison A (2011. )Reaming as an adjuvant to irrigation on bacterial presence and propagation: an open, cadaveric intramedullary fracture model.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,25 (6 ),325-30

Archdeacon, Michael T; Kazemi, Namdar; Guy, Pierre; Sagi, Henry C (2011. )The modified Stoppa approach for acetabular fracture. The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, ,19 (3 ),170-5

Archdeacon, Michael T; Kuhlman, Greg; Kazemi, Namdar (2010. )Fellow's Corner: Grand rounds from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center--painful superior and inferior pubic rami nonunion.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,24 (11 ),e109-12

Russell, George V; Graves, Matt L; Archdeacon, Michael T; Barei, David P; Brien, Glenn A; Porter, Scott E (2010. )The clamshell osteotomy: a new technique to correct complex diaphyseal malunions: surgical technique.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,92 Suppl 1 Pt 2 ,158-75

Collinge, Cory A; Archdeacon, Michael T; LeBus, George (2009. )Saddle-horn injury of the pelvis. The injury, its outcomes, and associated male sexual dysfunction.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,91 (7 ),1630-6

Paterno, Mark V; Archdeacon, Michael T Is there a standard rehabilitation protocol after femoral intramedullary nailing?.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,23 (5 Suppl ),S39-46

Pape, Hans-Christoph; Archdeacon, Michael T Introduction: Biology and new technical trends in intramedullary nailing of the femur.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,23 (5 Suppl ),S1

Russell, George V; Graves, Matt L; Archdeacon, Michael T; Barei, David P; Brien, Glenn A; Porter, Scott E (2009. )The clamshell osteotomy: a new technique to correct complex diaphyseal malunions.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,91 (2 ),314-24

Archdeacon, Michael T; Arebi, Sameh; Le, T Toan; Wirth, Rene; Kebel, Roland; Thakore, Mayur (2009. )Orthogonal pin construct versus parallel uniplanar pin constructs for pelvic external fixation: a biomechanical assessment of stiffness and strength.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,23 (2 ),100-5

Herscovici, Dolfi; Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Cannada, Lisa K; Scaduto, Julia M (2009. )Avoiding complications in the treatment of pronation-external rotation ankle fractures, syndesmotic injuries, and talar neck fractures. Instructional course lectures, ,58 ,37-45

Cannada, Lisa K; Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Herscovici, Dolfi; Ostrum, Robert F (2009. )Avoiding complications in the care of fractures of the tibia. Instructional course lectures, ,58 ,27-36

Ostrum, Robert F; Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Cannada, Lisa K; Herscovici, Dolfi (2009. )Prevention of complications after treatment of femoral shaft and distal femoral fractures. Instructional course lectures, ,58 ,21-5

Archdeacon, Michael T; Cannada, Lisa K; Herscovici, Dolfi; Ostrum, Robert F; Anglen, Jeffrey O (2009. )Prevention of complications after treatment of proximal femoral fractures. Instructional course lectures, ,58 ,13-9

Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Cannada, Lisa K; Herscovici, Dolfi; Ostrum, Robert F (2009. )Avoiding complications in the treatment of humeral fractures. Instructional course lectures, ,58 ,3-11

Cannada, Lisa K; Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Herscovici, Dolfi; Ostrum, Robert F (2008. )Avoiding complications in the care of fractures of the tibia. The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,90 (8 ),1760-8

Anglen, Jeffrey O; Archdeacon, Michael T; Cannada, Lisa K; Herscovici, Dolfi (2008. )Avoiding complications in the treatment of humeral fractures. The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,90 (7 ),1580-9

Pittner, Douglas E; Levin, Linda; Archdeacon, Michael T (2008. )In vitro corrosion analysis in low-intensity, pulsed ultrasound. American journal of orthopedics (Belle Mead, N.J.), ,37 (2 ),E32-7

Archdeacon, Michael T; Simon, Patrick M; Wyrick, John D (2007. )The influence of insurance status on the transfer of femoral fracture patients to a level-I trauma center.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,89 (12 ),2625-31

Greiwe, R Michael; Archdeacon, Michael T (2007. )Locking plate technology: current concepts. The journal of knee surgery, ,20 (1 ),50-5

Archdeacon, Michael T; Safian, Christian; Le, T Toan (2007. )A cadaver study of the trochanteric pelvic clamp for pelvic reduction.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,21 (1 ),38-42

Archdeacon, Michael T; Stern, Peter J (2006. )Level-I orthopaedic trauma care: a model for longevity.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,88 (10 ),2305-9

Paterno, Mark V; Archdeacon, Michael T; Ford, Kevin R; Galvin, Doug; Hewett, Timothy E (2006. )Early rehabilitation following surgical fixation of a femoral shaft fracture. Physical therapy, ,86 (4 ),558-72

Archdeacon, Michael T; Wyrick, John D (2006. )Reduction plating for provisional fracture fixation. Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,20 (3 ),206-11

Archdeacon, Michael T; Messerschmitt, Patrick (2006. )Modern papineau technique with vacuum-assisted closure.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,20 (2 ),134-7

Archdeacon, Michael T; Hiratzka, Jayme (2006. )The trochanteric C-clamp for provisional pelvic stability. Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,20 (1 ),47-51

Archdeacon, Michael T (2005. )Comment on "a laboratory model to evaluate cutout resistance of implants for pertrochanteric fracture fixation". Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,19 (6 ),432; author reply 43

Qureshi, Abid A; Archdeacon, Michael T; Jenkins, Mark A; Infante, Anthony; DiPasquale, Thomas; Bolhofner, Brett R (2004. )Infrapectineal plating for acetabular fractures: a technical adjunct to internal fixation. Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,18 (3 ),175-8

Archdeacon, Michael T (2003. )Combined olecranon osteotomy and posterior triceps splitting approach for complex fractures of the distal humerus. Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,17 (5 ),368-73

d'Heurle, Albert; Kazemi, Namdar; Connelly, Camille; Wyrick, John D; Archdeacon, Michael T; Le, Theodore T (2015. )Prospective Randomized Comparison of Locked Plates vs. Non-Locked Plates for the Treatment of High-Energy Pilon Fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,

Archdeacon, Michael T (2015. )Comparison of the ilioinguinal approach and the anterior intrapelvic approaches for open reduction and internal fixation of the acetabulum.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,29 Suppl 2 ,S6-9

Bonnaig, Nicolas S; Casstevens, Chris; Archdeacon, Michael T; Connelly, Camille; Monaco, Nathan; Wyrick, John D; Le, Theodore T (2015. )Fix it or discard it? A retrospective analysis of functional outcomes after surgically treated patella fractures comparing ORIF with partial patellectomy.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,29 (2 ),80-4

Archdeacon, Michael T (2014. )Editorial comment: fractures of the acetabulum.Clinical orthopaedics and related research, ,472 (11 ),3330-1

Archdeacon, Michael T; d'Heurle, Albert; Nemeth, Nicole; Budde, Bradley (2014. )Is preoperative radiation therapy as effective as postoperative radiation therapy for heterotopic ossification prevention in acetabular fractures?.Clinical orthopaedics and related research, ,472 (11 ),3389-94

Dailey, Steven K; Archdeacon, Michael T (2014. )Open reduction and internal fixation of acetabulum fractures: does timing of surgery affect blood loss and OR time?.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,28 (9 ),497-501

Karns, Michael; Dailey, Steven K; Archdeacon, Michael T (2014. )Treatment of Calcaneal Fracture with Severe Soft Tissue Injury and Osteomyelitis: A Case Report.The Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, ,

Forslund, Johan M; Archdeacon, Michael T (2015. )The Pathobiology of Diabetes Mellitus in Bone Metabolism, Fracture Healing, and Complications. American journal of orthopedics (Belle Mead, N.J.), ,44 (10 ),453-7

Kakazu, Rafael; Archdeacon, Michael T (2016. )Surgical Management of Patellar Fractures.The Orthopedic clinics of North America, ,47 (1 ),77-83

Archdeacon M.; Engin A.; Ostrum R. (01-01-1994. )Physiological loading with a single axial force and two bending moments in human cadaveric tibiae im .American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Petroleum Division (Publication) PD, ,64 (4 ),105-113

Archdeacon M.; Davy D.; Jepsen K. (01-01-1996. )Effects of torsional loading conditions and damage on bovine cortical bone strength .Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference - Proceedings, ,445-448

Archdeacon M.; Berilla J.; Peyser A.; Singerman R. (04-01-1999. )In vitro forces in the normal and cruciate-deficient knee during simulated squatting motion .Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, ,121 (2 ),234-242

Archdeacon M.; Herscovici D.; Sanders R. (12-01-2001. )Wound care: Debridement, coverage, and antibiotic utilization .Techniques in Orthopaedics, ,16 (4 ),398-408

Archdeacon M.; Wilber R. (03-19-2002. )Fractures of the talar neck.Orthopedic Clinics of North America, ,33 (1 ),247-262

Archdeacon M.; Bottlang M. (07-01-2005. )Letter to the editor (multiple letters).Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,19 (6 ),432

Anderson R.; Archdeacon M.; Harris A.; Wilber J. (03-01-2006. )Concomitant fractures of the acetabulum and spine: A retrospective review of over 300 patients.Journal of Trauma - Injury, Infection and Critical Care, ,60 (3 ),609-612

Archdeacon M.; Ford K.; Hampton S.; Hewett T.; Ludwig M.; Paterno M.; Wyrick J. (01-01-2008. )A prospective functional outcome and motion analysis evaluation of the hip abductors after femur fra.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,22 (1 ),3-9

Anglen J.; Archdeacon M.; Cannada L.; Herscovici D.; Scaduto J. (04-01-2008. )Avoiding complications in the treatment of pronation-external rotation ankle fractures, syndesmotic .Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - Series A, ,90 (4 ),898-908

Archdeacon M.; Connelly C. (05-28-2011. )Pulsatile lavage irrigator tip, a rare radiolucent retained foreign body in the pelvis: A case repor.Patient Safety in Surgery, ,5 (1 ),

Archdeacon M.; Collinge C.; Sagi H. (09-01-2011. )Quality of radiographic reduction and perioperative complications for transverse acetabular fracture.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,25 (9 ),538-542

Archdeacon M.; Myeroff C. (12-07-2011. )Autogenous bone graft: Donor sites and techniques.Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - Series A, ,93 (23 ),2227-2236

Archdeacon M.; Connelly C. (05-01-2012. )Cannon-fire demonstration causing an unusual civilian missile injury.Current Orthopaedic Practice, ,23 (3 ),255-257

Archdeacon M. (08-30-2014. )Editorial Comment: Fractures of the Acetabulum.Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®, ,

Archdeacon M.; Frantz T.; Jewell C.; Lazaro L.; Lorich D.; Sagi C.; Zlowodzki M. (01-01-2015. )Postsurgical displacement of femoral neck fractures is problematic .Techniques in Orthopaedics, ,30 (1 ),9-15

Archdeacon M.; Kakazu R. (01-01-2015. )Displaced subtrochanteric hip fractures with fixed-angle plating.Techniques in Orthopaedics, ,30 (2 ),97-103

Archdeacon M.; Dailey S. (01-01-2015. )Efficacy of routine postoperative CT scan after open reduction and internal fixation of the acetabul.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,29 (8 ),354-358

Archdeacon M.; Dailey S.; Karns M. (01-01-2015. )Treatment of Calcaneal Fracture With Severe Soft Tissue Injury and Osteomyelitis: A Case Report.Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, ,54 (5 ),973-977

Collinge, Cory A; Hymes, Robert; Archdeacon, Michael; Streubel, Phillip; Obremskey, William; Weber, Timothy; Watson, J Tracy; Lowenberg, David (2016. )Unstable Proximal Femur Fractures Treated With Proximal Femoral Locking Plates: A Retrospective, Multicenter Study of 111 Cases.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,30 (9 ),489-95

Archdeacon M.; Connelly C.; D'Heurle A.; Kazemi N.; Le T.; Wyrick J. (01-01-2015. )Prospective randomized comparison of locked plates versus nonlocked plates for the treatment of high.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,29 (9 ),420-423

Dailey, Steven K; Phillips, Caleb T; Radley, Joseph M; Archdeacon, Michael T (2016. )Achieving Anatomic Acetabular Fracture Reduction-When is the Best Time to Operate?.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,30 (8 ),426-31

Archdeacon M.; Casstevens C.; d’Heurle A.; Finnan R.; Hiratzka S.; McCoy B. (11-16-2015. )Do Surrogates Of Injury Severity Influence The Occurrence Of Heterotopic Ossification In Fractures O.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,

Kakazu, Rafael; Dailey, Steven K; Schroeder, Amanda J; Wyrick, John D; Archdeacon, Michael T (2016. )Iatrogenic Radial Nerve Palsy After Humeral Shaft Nonunion Repair: More Common Than You Think.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,30 (5 ),256-61

Archdeacon M.; Kakazu R.; Kazemi N. (01-01-2015. )Modified clamshell osteotomy for treating acute tibial shaft fracture with pre-existent malunion.Fractures of the Tibia: A Clinical Casebook, ,251-262

Dailey, Steven K; Archdeacon, Michael T (2016. )Step-Cut Osteotomy for Recalcitrant Humeral Shaft Nonunion.Orthopedics, ,39 (3 ),e587-91

d'Heurle, Albert; Archdeacon, Michael T; Hiratzka, Shannon; Casstevens, Christopher; Finnan, Ryan; McCoy, Brett (2016. )Do Surrogates of Injury Severity Influence the Occurrence of Heterotopic Ossification in Fractures of the Acetabulum?.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,30 (4 ),213-6

Nadkarni, Girish N; Patel, Achint A; Ahuja, Yuri; Annapureddy, Narender; Agarwal, Shiv Kumar; Simoes, Priya K; Konstantinidis, Ioannis; Kamat, Sunil; Archdeacon, Michael; Thakar, Charuhas V (2016. )Incidence, Risk Factors, and Outcome Trends of Acute Kidney Injury in Elective Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. American journal of orthopedics (Belle Mead, N.J.), ,45 (1 ),E12-9

Mir, Hassan R; Boulton, Christina L; Russell, George V; Archdeacon, Michael (2016. )Lower Extremity Fracture Reduction: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques So That You Leave the Operating Room Satisfied. Instructional course lectures, ,65 ,25-39

Zielinski, Stephanie M; Heetveld, Martin J; Bhandari, Mohit; Patka, Peter; Van Lieshout, Esther M M (2015. )Implant Removal After Internal Fixation of a Femoral Neck Fracture: Effects on Physical Functioning.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,29 (9 ),e285-92

Archdeacon, Michael T; Dailey, Steven K (2015. )Efficacy of Routine Postoperative CT Scan After Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of the Acetabulum.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,29 (8 ),354-8

Burgers, Paul T P W; Poolman, Rudolf W; Van Bakel, Theodorus M J; Tuinebreijer, Wim E; Zielinski, Stephanie M; Bhandari, Mohit; Patka, Peter; Van Lieshout, Esther M M (2015. )Reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index for elderly patients with a femoral neck fracture.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,97 (9 ),751-7

Zielinski, Stephanie M; Keijsers, Noël L; Praet, Stephan F E; Heetveld, Martin J; Bhandari, Mohit; Wilssens, Jean Pierre; Patka, Peter; Van Lieshout, Esther M M (2014. )Functional outcome after successful internal fixation versus salvage arthroplasty of patients with a femoral neck fracture.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,28 (12 ),e273-80

Bonnaig, Nicolas; Dailey, Steven; Archdeacon, Michael (2014. )Proper Patient Positioning and Complication Prevention in Orthopaedic Surgery.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,96 (13 ),1135-1140

, (2014. )Fixation using alternative implants for the treatment of hip fractures (FAITH): design and rationale for a multi-centre randomized trial comparing sliding hip screws and cancellous screws on revision surgery rates and quality of life in the treatment of femoral neck fractures.BMC musculoskeletal disorders, ,15 ,219

Mathew, G; Kowalczuk, M; Hetaimish, B; Bedi, A; Philippon, M J; Bhandari, M; Simunovic, N; Crouch, S; Ayeni, O R (2014. )Radiographic prevalence of CAM-type femoroacetabular impingement after open reduction and internal fixation of femoral neck fractures.Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA, ,22 (4 ),793-800

Zielinski, S M; Bouwmans, C A M; Heetveld, M J; Bhandari, M; Patka, P; Van Lieshout, E M M (2014. )The societal costs of femoral neck fracture patients treated with internal fixation.Osteoporosis international : a journal established as result of cooperation between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA, ,25 (3 ),875-85

Dailey, Steven K; Archdeacon, Michael T Chronic Bilateral Tibial Stress Fractures with Valgus Treated with Bilateral Intramedullary Nailing: A Case Report.Journal of orthopaedic case reports, ,4 (1 ),39-43

Zielinski, Stephanie M; Keijsers, Noël L; Praet, Stephan F E; Heetveld, Martin J; Bhandari, Mohit; Wilssens, Jean Pierre; Patka, Peter; Van Lieshout, Esther M M (2013. )Femoral neck shortening after internal fixation of a femoral neck fracture.Orthopedics, ,36 (7 ),e849-58

Hebert-Davies, Jonah; Laflamme, G-Yves; Rouleau, Dominique (2012. )Bias towards dementia: are hip fracture trials excluding too many patients? A systematic review.Injury, ,43 (12 ),1978-84

Zielinski, Stephanie M; Viveiros, Helena; Heetveld, Martin J; Swiontkowski, Marc F; Bhandari, Mohit; Patka, Peter; Van Lieshout, Esther M M (2012. )Central coordination as an alternative for local coordination in a multicenter randomized controlled trial: the FAITH trial experience.Trials, ,13 ,5

Connelly, Camille L; Archdeacon, Michael T (2011. )Pulsatile lavage irrigator tip, a rare radiolucent retained foreign body in the pelvis: a case report.Patient safety in surgery, ,5 ,14

Bhandari, Mohit; Sprague, Sheila; Schemitsch, Emil H (2009. )Resolving controversies in hip fracture care: the need for large collaborative trials in hip fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,23 (6 ),479-84

Karanicolas, Paul J; Bhandari, Mohit; Walter, Stephen D; Heels-Ansdell, Diane; Guyatt, Gordon H (2009. )Radiographs of hip fractures were digitally altered to mask surgeons to the type of implant without compromising the reliability of quality ratings or making the rating process more difficult.Journal of clinical epidemiology, ,62 (2 ),214-223.e1

Archdeacon, Michael T; Anderson, Richard; Harris, A Michael; Wilber, John H (2006. )Concomitant fractures of the acetabulum and spine: a retrospective review of over 300 patients.The Journal of trauma, ,60 (3 ),609-12

Collinge CA, Hymes R, Archdeacon M, Streubel P, Obremskey W, Weber T, Watson JT, Lowenberg D (2016. )Unstable Proximal Femur Fractures Treated with Proximal Femoral Locking Plates: A Retrospective Multicenter Study of 111 Cases .J Orthop Trauma, ,30 (9 ),489-95

Archdeacon M.; Avilucea F.; Schroeder A. (12-28-2016. )Posterior Wall Osteotomy of the Acetabulum to Access Incarcerated Marginal Impaction.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,

Archdeacon M.; Barei D.; Bergin P.; Cooper S.; Donohue D.; Higgins T.; Mir H.; Romeo M.; Sagi C.; Sciadini M.; Siebler J. (10-07-2016. )Institutional and Seasonal Variations in the Incidence and Causative Organisms for Post-traumatic Wo.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,

Archdeacon M.; Collinge C.; Hymes R.; Lowenberg D.; Obremskey W.; Streubel P.; Watson J.; Weber T. (09-01-2016. )Unstable proximal femur fractures treated with proximal femoral locking plates: A retrospective, mul.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,30 (9 ),489-495

Archdeacon M.; Dailey S.; Phillips C.; Radley J. (08-01-2016. )Achieving anatomic acetabular fracture reduction - When is the best time to operate?.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,30 (8 ),426-431

Archdeacon M.; Dailey S. (05-01-2016. )Step-cut osteotomy for recalcitrant humeral shaft nonunion.Orthopedics, ,39 (3 ),e587-e591

Archdeacon M.; Dailey S.; Kakazu R.; Schroeder A.; Wyrick J. (05-01-2016. )Iatrogenic Radial Nerve Palsy after Humeral Shaft Nonunion Repair: More Common Than You Think.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,30 (5 ),256-261

Archdeacon M.; Auston D.; Avilucea F.; Collinge C.; Mir H.; Ross D.; Sagi H.; Sciadini M.; Whiting P. (04-01-2017. )Negative Stress Examination under Anesthesia Reliably Predicts Pelvic Ring Union Without Displacemen.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, ,31 (4 ),189-193

Schroeder, Amanda J; Avilucea, Frank R; Archdeacon, Michael T (2017. )Posterior Wall Osteotomy of the Acetabulum to Access Incarcerated Marginal Impaction.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,31 (5 ),e163-e166

, (2017. )Fracture fixation in the operative management of hip fractures (FAITH): an international, multicentre, randomised controlled trial.Lancet (London, England), ,389 (10078 ),1519-1527

Whiting, Paul S; Auston, Darryl; Avilucea, Frank R; Ross, Daniel; Archdeacon, Michael; Sciadini, Marcus; Collinge, Cory A; Sagi, Henry C; Mir, Hassan R (2017. )Negative Stress Examination Under Anesthesia Reliably Predicts Pelvic Ring Union Without Displacement.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,31 (4 ),189-193

Sagi, H Claude; Donohue, David; Cooper, Seth; Barei, David P; Siebler, Justin; Archdeacon, Michael T; Sciadini, Marcus; Romeo, Michelle; Bergin, Patrick F; Higgins, Thomas; Mir, Hassan (2017. )Institutional and Seasonal Variations in the Incidence and Causative Organisms for Posttraumatic Infection following Open Fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,31 (2 ),78-84

Mauffrey, Cyril; Stacey, Stephen; York, Philip J; Ziran, Bruce H; Archdeacon, Michael T (2017. )Radiographic Evaluation of Acetabular Fractures: Review and Update on Methodology.The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, ,

Southam, Brendan R; Archdeacon, Michael T (2017. )"Iatrogenic" Segmental Defect: How I Debride High-Energy Open Tibial Fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,31 Suppl 5 ,S9-S15

Sprague, Sheila; Slobogean, Gerard P; Bogoch, Earl; Petrisor, Brad; Garibaldi, Alisha; O'Hara, Nathan; Bhandari, Mohit (2017. )Vitamin D Use and Health Outcomes After Surgery for Hip Fracture.Orthopedics, ,40 (5 ),e868-e875

Dailey, Steven K; Branam, Barton; Archdeacon, Michael T (2013. )Chronic (Ten Years) Ischial Tuberosity Avulsion Fracture Nonunion Treated with Fragment Excision and Simultaneous Primary Repair of the Hamstring Tendon: A Case Report.JBJS case connector, ,3 (4 Suppl 8 ),e137-e5

d'Heurle, Albert; Archdeacon, Michael T Compartment Syndrome After Intraosseous Infusion Associated with a Fracture of the Tibia: A Case Report.JBJS case connector, ,3 (1 ),e20

Sprague, Sheila; Schemitsch, Emil H; Swiontkowski, Marc; Della Rocca, Gregory J; Jeray, Kyle J; Liew, Susan; Slobogean, Gerard P; Bzovsky, Sofia; Heels-Ansdell, Diane; Zhou, Qi; Bhandari, Mohit (2018. )Factors Associated With Revision Surgery After Internal Fixation of Hip Fractures.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,32 (5 ),223-230

Sprague, S; Bhandari, M; Heetveld, M J; Liew, S; Scott, T; Bzovsky, S; Heels-Ansdell, D; Zhou, Q; Swiontkowski, M; Schemitsch, E H (2018. )Factors associated with health-related quality of life, hip function, and health utility after operative management of femoral neck fractures.The bone & joint journal, ,100-B (3 ),361-369

Archdeacon, Michael T; Papp, Steven R; Bernstein, Mitchell; Giannoudis, Peter V; Bhandari, Mohit; Harvey, Edward J (2018. )How Does Orthopaedic Research Affect Patient Care?.Journal of orthopaedic trauma, ,32 Suppl 1 ,S25-S28

Research and Practice Interests

Orthopaedics, Foot & Ankle, Trauma Surgery, Musculoskeletal Trauma, Clinical Outcomes fo fractures of the acetabulum (hip joint) and pelvis, Treatment methods for complex fractures that do not heal incorrectly (nonunions & malunions), Fractures that occur around joint replacement implants (periprosthetic fractures), Public Health strategies for fractures in diabetic patients and obese patients.

Preferred Information

Peter J. Stern Professor & Chair, Archdeacon, Mike MD

Contact Information

Academic - Medical Sciences Building
Room 5508
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-2978
Fax: 513-558-5757
michael.archdeacon@uc.edu

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Angela Zachman Boronyak link

Asst Professor - Educator, CEAS - Biomedical Eng

501H Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-3164

Education

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tenn., 2014 (Biomedical Engineering)

M.S., Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tenn., 2011 (Biomedical Engineering)

B.S., University of Georgia Athens, Ga., 2009 (Biological Engineering)

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Donita Bylski-Austrow link

Research Director, Biomechanics Research Laboratory<br> Professor, COM Orthopaedic Surgery

R543 Childrens Hospital Bldg R

513-803-2283

Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Director, Biomechanics Research Laboratory, CCHMC
Education

BSE, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1978 (Mechanical Engineering)

MS, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1981 (Bioengineering)

MSE, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1983 (Applied Mechanics)

PhD, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1986 (Bioengineering)

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Glos, David L; Bonifas, Anne C; Carvalho, Max F; Coombs, Matthew T; Sturm, Peter F (2015. )Flexible growing rods: a pilot study to determine if polymer rod constructs may provide stability to skeletally immature spines.Scoliosis, ,10 (Suppl 2 ),S16

Thawrani, Dinesh P; Glos, David L; Coombs, Matthew T; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Sturm, Peter F (2014. )Transverse process hooks at upper instrumented vertebra provide more gradual motion transition than pedicle screws.Spine, ,39 (14 ),E826-32

Jain, Viral; Lykissas, Marios; Trobisch, Per; Wall, Eric J; Newton, Peter O; Sturm, Peter F; Cahill, Patrick J; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I (2014. )Surgical aspects of spinal growth modulation in scoliosis correction. Am Acad Orthop Surg Instructional course lectures, ,63 ,335-44

Coombs, Matthew T; Glos, David L; Wall, Eric J; Kim, Jay; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I (2013. )Biomechanics of spinal hemiepiphysiodesis for fusionless scoliosis treatment using titanium implant.Spine, ,38 (23 ),E1454-60

Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Glos, David L; Sauser, Frank E; Jain, Viral V; Wall, Eric J; Crawford, Alvin H (2012. )In vivo dynamic compressive stresses in the disc annulus: a pilot study of bilateral differences due to hemiepiphyseal implant in a quadruped model.Spine, ,37 (16 ),E949-56

Glos, David L; Sauser, Frank E; Papautsky, Ian; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I (2010. )Implantable MEMS compressive stress sensors: Design, fabrication and calibration with application to the disc annulus.Journal of biomechanics, ,43 (11 ),2244-8

Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Wall, Eric J; Glos, David L; Ballard, Edgar T; Montgomery, Andrea; Crawford, Alvin H (2009. )Spinal hemiepiphysiodesis decreases the size of vertebral growth plate hypertrophic zone and cells.The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume, ,91 (3 ),584-93

Wall, Eric J; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Kolata, Ronald J; Crawford, Alvin H (2005. )Endoscopic mechanical spinal hemiepiphysiodesis modifies spine growth.Spine, ,30 (10 ),1148-53

Takeshita, Katsushi; Peterson, Erik T K; Bylski-Austrow, Donita; Crawford, Alvin H; Nakamura, Kozo (2004. )The nuchal ligament restrains cervical spine flexion.Spine, ,29 (18 ),E388-93

Wall EJ.; Bylski-Austrow DI.; Crawford AH.; Jain VV.; Reynolds JE.; Thompson GH. (2016. )Growth modulation techniques: Titanium clip-screw implant system (HemiBridge).The Growing Spine: Management of Spinal Disorders in Young Children, Second Edition, ,769-781

Kumar B.; Bylski-Austrow D.; Liu Y. (12-01-2012. )Finite element model of spinal hemiepiphysiodesis: Effect of contact conditions, initial conditions,.Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, ,176 ,99-103

Bylski-Austrow D.; Wall E.; Glos D.; Ballard E.; Stringer K.; Crawford A. (12-01-2006. )Spinal hemiepiphysiodesis correlates with physeal histomorphometric gradients .Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, ,123 ,261-266

Bylski-Austrow D.; Glos D.; Sauser F.; Papautsky I.; Crawford A.; Wall E. (12-01-2006. )Bilateral intra-annular spinal compressive stresses in vivo .Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, ,123 ,398-403

Bylski-Austrow D.; Crawford A.; Roy D.; Rupert M.; Wall E. (11-12-2001. )Growth plate forces in the adolescent human knee: A radiographic and mechanical study of epiphyseal .Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, ,21 (6 ),817-823

Bylski-Austrow D.; Crawford A.; Kolata R.; Wall E. (12-01-1999. )Endoscopic nonfusion spinal hemiepiphysiodesis: Preliminary studies in a porcine model.Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, ,59 ,270-273

Wall EJ, Bylski-Austrow D, Shelton FS, Crawford A.; Kolata R.; Baum DS. (01-01-1998. )Endoscopic discectomy increases thoracic spine flexibility as effectively as open discectomy: A mechanical study in a porcine model.Spine, ,23 (1 ),9-16

Bush-Joseph C.; Cummings J.; Buseck M.; Bylski-Austrow D.; Butler D.; Noyes F.; Grood E. (07-01-1996. )Effect of tibial attachment location on the healing of the anterior cruciate ligament freeze model.Journal of Orthopaedic Research, ,14 (4 ),534-541

Holden JP, Grood ES, Korvick DL, Cummings JF, Levy MS, Butler D.; Bylski-Austrow D. (01-01-1994. )In vivo forces in the anterior cruciate ligament: Direct measurements during walking and trotting in.Journal of Biomechanics, ,27 (5 ),517-519,521-526

Bylski-Austrow D.; Ciarelli M.; Goldstein S.; Kayner D.; Matthews L. (01-01-1994. )Displacements of the menisci under joint load: An in vitro study in human knees.Journal of Biomechanics, ,27 (4 ),421-431

Bylski-Austrow D.; Malumed J.; Meade T.; Grood. E; (11-01-1993. )Knee joint contact pressure decreases after chronic meniscectomy relative to the acutely meniscectomized joint: A mechanical study in the goat.Journal of Orthopaedic Research, ,11 (6 ),796-804

Gibbons M.; Butler D.; Grood E.; Bylski-Austrow D.; Levy M.; Noyes F. (03-01-1991. )Effects of gamma irradiation on the initial mechanical and material properties of goat bone-patellar tendon-bone allografts.Journal of Orthopaedic Research, ,9 (2 ),209-218

Bylski-Austrow D.; Grood E.; Hefzy M.; Holden J.; Butler D.; (07-01-1990. )Anterior cruciate ligament replacements: A mechanical study of femoral attachment location, flexion angle at tensioning, and initial tension.Journal of Orthopaedic Research, ,8 (4 ),522-531

Gilday, Sarah E; Schwartz, Mark S; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Glos, David L; Schultz, Lindsay; O (2018. )Observed Length Increases of Magnetically Controlled Growing Rods are Lower Than Programmed.Journal of pediatric orthopedics, ,38 (3 ),e133-7

Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Glos, David L; Bonifas, Anne C; Carvalho, Max F; Coombs, Matthew C; Sturm, Peter F (2016. )Flexible growing rods: a biomechanical pilot study of polymer rod constructs in the stability of skeletally immature spines.Scoliosis and spinal disorders, ,11 ,39

Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Glos, David L; Wall, Eric J; Crawford, Alvin H (2018. )Scoliosis vertebral growth plate histomorphometry: Comparisons to controls, growth rates, and compressive stresses.Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society, ,

Bylski D.; Kriewall T.; Akkas N.; Melvin J.; (1986. )Mechanical behavior of fetal dura mater under large deformation biaxial tension.J Biomechanics, ,19 ,19-26

Chenevert T.; Bylski D.; Carson P.; Meyer C.; Bland P.; Adler D.; Schmitt R.; (1984. )Ultrasonic computed tomography of the breast: Improvement of image quality by use of cross correlation time of flight and phase insensitive attenuation measurements.Radiology, ,

Kriewall T.; Akkas N.; Bylski D.; Melvin J.; Work B.; (1983. )Mechanical behavior of fetal dura mater under large axisymmetric inflation.J Biomechanical Engineering, ,105 ,71-76

Carson P.; Scherzinger A.; Bland P.; Meyer C.; Schmitt R.; Chenevert T.; Bookstein F.; Bylski D.; Silver T.; (1983. )Ultrasonic Computed Tomography Instrumentation and Human Studies. In: Ultrasonic Examination of the Breast .New York: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., ,187-199

Wall EJ.; Bylski-Austrow D.; (2011. )Growth Modulation Techniques for Non-Idiopathic Early Onset Scoliosis. In Non-Idiopathic Spine Deformities in Young Children.Springer, M. Yazici (Ed.), Part 4, ,133-144

Book Chapter

Wall, Eric J; Reynolds, Joseph E; Jain, Viral V; Bylski-Austrow, Donita I; Thompson, George H; Samuels, Paul J; Barnett, Sean J; Crawford, Alvin H (2017 )Spine Growth Modulation in Early Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Two-Year Results of Prospective US FDA IDE Pilot Clinical Safety Study of Titanium Clip-Screw Implant. Spine deformity .(pp. 314-324).

Preferred Information

Research Director, Biomechanics Research Laboratory
Professor, Bylski-Austrow, Donita PhD

Contact Information

Research - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Avenue
Ohio, 45219
Phone: 513-803-2283
Fax: 513-636-3928
donita@bylski-austrow@cchmc.org

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Leyla Esfandiari link

Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

840 Engineering Research Cntr

562-881-5443

Dr. Esfandiari joined the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati as an Assistant Professor with dual appointment in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. She completed her doctoral degree in Bioengineering from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). She earned her Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California Irvine with focus on design and development of a microfluidic platform for studying neurogenesis. Also, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from California State University.
While at UCLA, Esfandiari also conducted research for the California Nano-System Institution (CNSI), and the Orthopedic Surgery Laboratory. During her academic training, Esfandiari has spent time giving back by leading and training graduate and undergraduate students in conducting research and experiments. Besides her academic practice, she has 4 years of industrial experience at  Applied Medical Co and Honeywell Inc.
Dr. Esfandiari has a multidisciplinary research background in development of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) for studying cell mechanics, nano-surface chemistry and development of molecular biosensors. At University of Cincinnati, she is leading the Integrative BioSensing Laboratory with the main focus on design and development of miniaturized biosensors and bio-platforms for point-of-care (POC) medical diagnostics, preventive and therapeutic medicine. 
Education

Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Los Angeles CA, 2014 (Bioengineering )

MS.c. , University of California Irvine (UCI) Irvine CA, 2008 (Biomedical Engineering )

B.S, California State University Long Beach CA, 2006 (Electrical Engineering )

Research Support

Grant: #ODOT 27834 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Wendell, David 10-07-2016 -04-07-2017 Federal Highway Administration Noninvasive method to detect Eastern Hellbender in the state of Ohio using the environmental DNA Role:PI $98,541.11 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #30792 (FHWA), Hellbender Phase II Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Wendell, David 03-20-2018 -03-20-2021 Ohio Department of Transportation Phase II: Non-Invasive Detection and Identification of Eastern Hellbender in Ohio Surface Waters Using Aquatic Environmental DNA Role:Collaborator $659,659.69 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #URS Strategic Collaborative Grants AY2017-2018 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla 07-30-2015 -06-30-2017 UC's Research Support Non-invasive biosensing through skin: Integrated reverse iontophoresis extraction and electrochemical impendance spectroscopy detection Role:PI $125,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Research and Practice Interests

Rapid, sensitive, portable and robust detection of biomolecules is of significant interest in a range of diverse health-related applications such as screening for oncogenes in cancer, drug screening in pharmaceutical industry, pathogen microbe identification in food and water safety, paternity test in forensic science and detection of bio-warfare agent in homeland security. However, the majority of the conventional detection methods are relying on tedious sample preparation techniques, target amplification by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), enzyme and fluorescent labeling, or sophisticated/bulky instrumentation. To address these shortcomings, Esfandiari’s research group is utilizing nanotechnology and microfabrication techniques to develop reagent-free handheld and wearable diagnostic devices with high sensitivity, selectivity and stable shelf life.
Additionally, she is interested in design and implementation of bio-platforms for investigating the effect of quantitatively controlled applied cues on various cell types to study the cell signaling pathways. Studying the micron-scale biological units under controlled heterogeneous environmental cues is crucial for understanding tissue functions and ultimately the organ system. The systematic investigation of basic biology under controlled applied forces has potential application in preventive, therapeutic, and regenerative medicine. 

Preferred Information

eecs.ceas.uc.edu/IBL

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Jason C. Heikenfeld link

Asst Vice President, OoI Technology Transfer & Commercializat

1819IHUB

513-556-4763

More info: www.noveldevicelab.com / www.eccrine.com / www.uc1819.com

See Prof. Heikenfeld in a 2015 UC Faces Video.
Education

Ph.D, University of Cincinnati 2001 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S.E.E. with Minors in Photonics and in Physics, University of Cincinnati 1998 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #000007 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2006 -08-30-2009 Motorola, Incorporated Electrostatic Conformal Color Changing Surfaces Role:PI $87,631.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-0640964 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 07-01-2007 -06-30-2012 National Science Foundation CAREER: Electrowetting Microprisms from Agile Fresnel Optics to Wide-Angle Phased Arrays Role:PI $400,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 004855 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 07-01-2006 -03-31-2012 Sun Chemical Corporation Dispersed Nanopigments for High Performance Electrowetting Displays Role:PI $301,363.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #FA95500710073 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2007 -11-30-2009 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Fundamental Understanding of Materials and Operational Issues for Electrowetting Optics in Extreme Environment and High-Accuracy Air Force Application Role:PI $344,882.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CBET-0729250 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2007 -02-28-2011 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Electrofluidic Carbon Nanofiber Arrays for Multi-Dimensional Separations Role:PI $113,509.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 05122 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-02-2007 -12-31-2007 Prime View International High Transmissivity Electrowetting Display Module Role:PI $76,799.00 Active Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #UDRI RSC 07028-ODOD W944SR-06-C-0043 Investigators:Cuppoletti, John; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Steckl, Andrew 02-26-2007 -02-26-2014 Ohio Department of Development Institute for Development Commercialization of Advanced Sensor Role:Collaborator $1,000,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005252 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2007 -05-30-2012 SeeReal Technologies S.A. Electrowetting Microprism Arrays for Wide View Angel 3D Displays Role:PI $173,727.00 Closed Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #USAF-5408-25-SC-0003 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-12-2008 -07-14-2009 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Biomaterials for Advanced Electrofluidic Devices Role:PI $144,999.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005653 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2008 -07-01-2009 Polymer Vision Ltd. Rollable Electrofluidic Displays Role:PI $111,465.00 Closed Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #SRS 006388 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2009 -10-31-2009 Procter & Gamble Company Development of a Prototype that utilizes Electrowetting for Controlled Pumping of Fragrance Fluids Role:PI $4,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #09-S568-077-01-C1 / AFRL FA8650-05-D-5807 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-03-2009 -01-09-2013 Department of the Air Force Universal Retroflector Role:PI $401,318.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-0922682 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $360,468.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #W911NF-09-2-0034 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-29-2009 -09-28-2012 Department of the Army Research Laboratory Flexible Electrofluidic Chromatophore Laminates and Displays Role:PI $1,502,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OBR AF925 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 Ohio Board of Regents MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $180,234.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #966340 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-12-2010 -08-31-2010 Johns Hopkins University Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $74,938.00 Closed Level:Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #SRS 006807 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-01-2010 -03-31-2011 LG Display Co., Ltd. Light Emitting/Transmitting Electrowetting Displays Role:PI $90,000.00 Active Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1001141 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian 07-01-2010 -06-30-2014 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Guided Electrowetting for Agile Channel Formation in Reconfigurable Lab-on-a-Chip Role:PI $269,978.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #S-875-130-002 \ FA8650-09-D-5037 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-14-2010 -10-13-2013 Department of the Air Force Bimimetic Electrofluidic Chromatophores for Adaptive Concealment Role:PI $402,772.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #TECH 11-016 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Heikenfeld, Jason; Iyer, Suri; Papautsky, Ian; Son, Sang Young; Steckl, Andrew 07-19-2010 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Development The Ohio Center for Microfluidic Innovation Role:PI $2,956,675.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #979770 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-16-2011 -08-31-2011 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $75,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #982633 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-04-2011 -02-01-2013 Other Federal Electrofluidic Films Research Role:PI $105,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Prime IIP-1143160 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2012 -06-30-2012 National Science Foundation Chemically Vapor Deposited Hydrophobic Dielectric Coatings for Electrowetting Devices Role:PI $36,760.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 106864 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-02-2012 -08-31-2012 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $2,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #Sub Cont 875-060-020 \ FA8650-09-D-5037/6 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2012 -10-31-2012 Air Force Research Laboratory Fully Electromagnetically Adaptive Surfaces and Apertures (FEASA) Role:PI $80,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #226-6273-NDL \ FA8650-12-C-6273 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Choi, Seokheun; Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip 06-01-2012 -06-10-2013 Air Force Research Laboratory Arrayed Volatile Organic Sensors: System-Level Proof of Concept Role:PI $51,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #PO# KM3471260E Amend 0001 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2012 -12-12-2012 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Conformal Ink via Vacuum Press Role:PI $80,429.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1231668 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-01-2012 -09-30-2015 National Science Foundation GOALI: Bi-Primary Electrokinetic Displays - Electronic Paper with Color Performance Approaching Printed Media Role:PI $357,526.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #109900 \ W15P7T-12-D-CT01 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2012 -09-30-2013 Department of the Army Research Laboratory Advanced Functionality and Technology Development of Display Technology Role:PI $48,847.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #APL Contract No. 110960 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Energy Harvesting Role:PI $15,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #Material Evaluation Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2012 -04-30-2013 Industrial Technology Research Institute International, Inc. Electrowetting Materials and Displays Role:PI $6,400.00 Active Level:Foreign Other

Grant: #S-923-401-003 \ FA8650-10-C-6152 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-01-2013 -01-31-2014 Department of the Air Force Sweat Collecting Systems and Radio-frequency identification Patch Integration Role:PI $79,717.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Heikenfeld - MOU Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-18-2013 -04-17-2014 FlexTech Alliance Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC) Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #ECCS-1347725 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2013 -08-31-2015 National Science Foundation EAGER: Sweat, Sense, and Signal (S3) - Demonstration of fM to pM Electrical Sensing of BioMarkers in Sweat Role:PI $160,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #Std Industry Sponsored Research Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-01-2013 -06-30-2014 Sun Chemical Corporation Inks for Electronic Optical Shutters Role:PI $15,000.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Grant: #UES S-875-040-014 / AFRL FA8650-09-D-5037 0004 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Mast, David 05-06-2014 -08-05-2015 Air Force Research Laboratory Advanced Liquid Metal Reconfiguration Materials, Devices, and Sub-Systems Role:PI $200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #Subaward #14-008053-B00 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 12-29-2013 -12-28-2014 Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium 'NBMC Microfluidics and Sensing Support - Specifically for University of Massachusetts Amherst' Role:PI $50,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #NCRADA -NSWCCD-12-143 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-17-2014 -10-16-2015 Department of the Navy APPLICATION OF ARRAYED ELECTROWETTING PRISMS AND SWITCHABLE RETRO-REFLECTORS Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #S-926-013-004 / FA8650-11-D-5801 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2015 -09-30-2016 Air Force Research Laboratory TOPS IV ? Effort BH, Optical Interaction with Materials Role:PI $47,200.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #DAGSI # RX23-UC-15-3 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2015 -06-15-2016 Air Force Research Laboratory Organic Materials for Robust Electronic Interfaces with Gallium Liquid Metal Alloys Role:PI $51,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Sub 100 / AFRL FA 8650-15-C-6625 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Heikenfeld, Jason 12-04-2015 -09-21-2017 Air Force Research Laboratory Research and Development of a Gen 3 Sweat Sensing Patch: Sweat Stimulation, Impedance Spectroscopy Sensors, Impedance Spectroscopy Electronics Role:PI $479,808.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #SRA / Pre-award 009965 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2015 -12-03-2015 Eccrine Systems, Inc. Research and Development of a Gen 3 Sweat Sensing Patch: Sweat Stimulation, Impedance Spectroscopy Sensors, Impedance Spectroscopy Electronics Role:PI $11,376.50 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1608275 Investigators:Gaillard, Trudy; Heikenfeld, Jason; Kasting, Gerald 07-01-2016 -06-30-2019 National Science Foundation Chronologically Correlated Sweat Biosensing Role:PI $375,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #NCRADA-NSWCCD-16-186 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-15-2016 -06-14-2017 Naval Surface Warfare Center APPLICATION OF ARRAYED ELECTROWETTING PRISMS AND SWITCHABLE RETRO-REFLECTORS Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Sub 200 / FA8650-16-C-6760 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2017 -11-02-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory HPS BAA Phase II Sweat Biosensing Research Role:PI $344,225.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #WSU 670364-1 sub WSARC-1077-700 sub ODHE/OFRN Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Kasting, Gerald 09-16-2016 -09-18-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Sweat Biosensing Role:PI $516,867.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #Eccrine Systems UC FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2017 -12-31-2017 Eccrine Systems, Inc. Facility Use Agreement for University of Cincinnati's Novel Devices Laboratory Role:PI $3,557.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #010818 Adroit FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 03-01-2017 -02-28-2018 Adroit R&D, LLC Facility Use Agreement for University of Cincinnati's Novel Devices Laboratory Role:PI $1,779.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #RX23-UC-15-3-AFRL Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2017 -06-15-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Organic Materials for Robust Electronic Interfaces with Gallium Liquid Metal Alloys Role:PI $2,778.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Collaboration Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2018 -12-31-2018 Eccrine Systems, Inc. ISF Sensing Discovery Project Role:PI $38,756.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #S-977-022-003 / FA8650-14-D-6516 Task 0002 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-28-2018 -11-21-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Physiological Marker Sensing Materials and Devices Role:PI $38,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Kroger_UC Ofc of Innovation_Master Svcs Agmt Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-13-2018 -08-12-2023 Kroger Company Kroger Master Sponsored Agreement Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #2018 Coloplast FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-06-2018 -09-01-2018 Coloplast Facility Use Agreement (FUA) with Coloplast A/S Role:PI $1,778.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Research and Practice Interests

Wearable and flexible electronics, rapid prototyping, electronic materials, electrowetting, biosensors, microfluidics, and optics.

Other Information

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Preferred Information

http://www.noveldevicelab.com/

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Asst Professor, CEAS - Chemical Eng

584 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-1359

Education

PhD. , Purdue University West Lafayette, Ind., 2010 (Chemical Engineering)

Master of Science, Purdue University West Lafayette, Ind., 2009 (Chemical Engineering)

Bachelor of Science, Seoul National University Seoul, Korea, 2006 (Chemical & Biological Engineering (with Honor))

Research Support

Grant: #Check # 1158 AMD Research Investigators:Kao, Winston Whei Yang; Park, Yoonjee 09-15-2017 -09-14-2018 Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation “On-demand” Long-Term Drug Delivery for Age-Related Macular Degeneration Treatment Role:Collaborator $10,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #URS Strategic Collaborative Grants AY2017-2018 Investigators:Park, Yoonjee 07-01-2017 -10-31-2017 UC's Research Support Light-Triggered Drug-Releasing Biodegradable Implant for Posterior Eye Disease Treatment Role:PI $10,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #URS Strategic Collaborative Grants AY2017-2018 Investigators:Park, Yoonjee 07-01-2017 -05-31-2018 UC's Research Support Light-Triggered Drug-Releasing Biodegradable Implant for Posterior Eye Disease Treatment - Phase 1 Role:PI $27,641.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #Check 1206 Adm 2018-19 Investigators:Kao, Winston Whei Yang; Park, Yoonjee 09-15-2018 -09-14-2019 Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation “On-demand” Long-Term Drug Delivery for Age-Related Macular Degeneration Treatment Role:Collaborator $10,000.00 Awarded Level:Private Non-Profit

Honors and Awards

2017 Ohio Lion Eye Research Foundation AMD Award

2016 CCC Jensen Symposium Registration Award Univ. of Cincinnati

2016 Health Research Rising Stars Award Univ. of Cincinnati

2015 KIChE President Young Investigator Award

2015 Faculty Development Awards Univ. of Cincinnati

2013 NSF ADVANCE future faculty workshop selected participant

2010 Travel grant for speakers US-Korea Conference 2010

2009 Travel grant for invited speakers US-Korea Conference 2009

2005 -2006 Seoul National University scholarship with Honor

2004 -2005 Special Development Scholarship Seoul National University

2003 -2004 Seoul National University scholarship

Positions and Work Experience

2017 -To Present Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering Secondary Appointment: Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Ophthalmology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

2015 -2017 Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical, Chemical, & Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati Secondary Appointment: Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

2014 - Postdoctoral Research Associate, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.

2010 -2013 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, Mass.

2006 -2010 Graduate Research Associate, School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.

2005 -2006 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

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Associate Professor, CEAS - Biomedical Eng

208 VPCSCIEN

513-558-0647

Education

Master's Degree, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1990 (Master of Design )

Bachelor's Degree, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1990 (Industrial Design)

Research Support

Investigators:Proctor & Gamble, Inc. $ 50,000

Investigators:AtriCure, Inc. $ 20,000

Investigators:Device Implant Innovations $ 5,000

Investigators:RadLyn, Inc. $ 50,000

Investigators:Respironics, Inc. $ 25,000

Investigators:AtriCure, Inc. $ 40,000

Investigators:Ethicon Endo-surgery, Inc. $ 25,000

Investigators:NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Minimally Invasive Medical Technologies “Modeling surgical effector outputs as a function of operator psychomotor inputs: Toward rational design of the human-device interface in Catheter Based Interventions” In essence to define the design window to improve the usability of catheter based tools and develop human factors standards for these therapies. $50,000 for two years

Investigators:NIH/NIBIB Grant POC-CENT Co-Principal Investigator Responsible for the leadership of Core 4 education - awarded for the development of point of care technologies in neurology and intended to stimulate business in the community by bringing ideas from conception to development of a prototype ready for clinical testing. My role in this grant is to support Core 4 educational mission and to foster development through the Medical Device Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program. $ 9 million

Investigators:Third Frontier Pilot Product Development & Innovation awarded from the State of Ohio, Department of Development focused on training small to medium sized businesses in product development and innovation processes. This grant is awarded with partners UC Colleges of Engineering, Business and Design, Art, Architecture & Planning, along with an industry partner TechSolve. My role in this project is to facilitate medical device innovation and serve on a sounding board for other consumer & industrial applications. This funding supported lab renovations for the Medical device Innovation Program $175,000

Grant: #Responics 000247 Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 09-20-2006 -03-09-2008 Respironics, Inc. Patient Interface for C-PAP Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 005039 Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 09-01-2007 -08-31-2011 RADLun LLC Multi-Function Stylet Role:PI $50,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #U54 EB007954 Investigators:Air, Dorothy; Beyette, Fred; Bishop, Paul; Broderick, Joseph; Clark, Joseph; Haridas, Balakrishna; Helmicki, Arthur; Jauch, Edward; Kanter, Daniel; Pancioli, Arthur; Papautsky, Ian; Privitera, Mary Beth; Shutter, Lori; Steckl, Andrew; Todd, Anita; Tomsick, Thomas; Wilsey, Philip 09-30-2007 -06-30-2014 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point of Care-Care Center for Emerging Neurotechnologies Role:Collaborator $9,416,342.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #6669-09 Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 09-01-2009 -08-31-2011 National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Building a Design and Innovation Professional Masters Degree Program at the University of Cincinnati Role:PI $7,500.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #DCA-MIR Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 09-23-2009 -09-23-2011 Device & Implant Innovations, LLC Transvaginal Retractor for Pelvic Floor Surgery Role:PI $5,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 006942 Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 07-01-2010 -06-30-2013 Procter & Gamble Company Device for Measuring Mechanical Properties of Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue Role:PI $50,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 007364 Investigators:Haridas, Balakrishna; Privitera, Mary Beth 09-02-2010 -08-31-2011 AtriCure Inc. Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Device Role:Collaborator $20,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #R21EB016565 Investigators:Privitera, Mary Beth 08-01-2015 -07-31-2020 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Curricular and Collaborative Expansion of the Medical Device Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Role:PI $21,600.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications
Invited Publications

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Robotic Surgery: Results from an Ethnographic and Design Research Program .Journal of Biomechanical Engineering,

Mary Beth Privitera (2009. )Applied Ergonomics: Determining User Needs in Medical Device Design .2009 Engineering Medicine and Biology Proceedings,

Mary Beth Privitera (2009. )Interconnections of Basic Science Research and Product Development in Medical device Design .2009 Engineering Medicine and Biology Proceedings,

Mary Beth Privitera (2008. )What is Ease of Use? .2008 Industrial Designers Society of America National Conference Proceedings,

Zirger, Chasser, Privitera Leveraging Intellectual Property in Academic and Industrial Partnerships .Industrial Designers Society of America National Conference Proceedings,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Promoting a Problem Solving Generation .2007 National Education Symposium conference Proceedings for the International Congress of Industrial design,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Drop Foot, Bilirubin, and Harvesting: ID Curricular Development for Medical Device Design .2007 National Education Symposium conference Proceedings for the International Congress of Industrial design,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Pushing the boundaries of ID in Medical Device Design .2007 conference Proceedings for the International Congress of Industrial design,

Goldberg, Privitera, Malissagne (2007. )Benefits of Collaboration Between Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Design Students in Senior Design Projects .Biomedical Engineering Society National Conference 2007,

Botney, Privitera, Berguer, Radwin Hand Tool Design .Book chapter for FDA Companion Book to be published with HE75 directives,

Privitera, Zirger (2006. )Transdisciplinary Product Development Education: Letting the Grain Out of the Silo .Innovation the Quarterly Journal of the Industrial Designers Society Of America,

Murray, Welsh, Privitera (2005. )New Challenges to Business as Usual in Design Pedagogy: How Do We Teach the Design of Service, Experience, and Transformation? .IDSA,

Privitera, Hyman (2005. )Looking Good Matters for Devices, Too .Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry,

Broderick, Privitera, Parazynski, Cuttino (2005. )Simulated Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery .Journal of Laparo-Endoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques, 15 (2 ),145-148

Privitera, Grood (2004. )Medical Device Innovation: A Program Overview .National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Conference Proceedings,

Privitera (2003. )A Multidisciplinary Approach .Innovation, Journal of the Industrial Designers Society of America,

Privitera (1995. )CAD/CAM Goes Art to Part .DAAP News , 13 (2 ),

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Mary Beth Privitera (2008. )What is Ease of Use? .2008 Industrial Designers Society of America National Conference,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Medical Device and Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Cincinnati .BioOhio Conference 2007,

Mary Beth Privitera, Dale Murray, Ann Welsh, BJ Zirger, and Ann Chasser (2008. )The Art & Science of Multi-Disciplinary Collaborations .CET&L Learning Community ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2008. )Basic science medical research vs. product development: what is the difference and what’s ID got to do with it? .Industrial Design Society of America Mid-East District Conference,

Mary Beth Privitera (2008. )User Centered Lessons in Medical Device Development .Medical Device Design Conference,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Using Ethnographic research in BME Design .BME-IDEA Meeting presentation ,

Goldberg, Privitera, Malissagne (2007. )Benefits of Collaboration Between Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Design Students in Senior Design Projects .Biomedical Engineering Society National Conference 2007,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Medical Device Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Overview .BioOhio,

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Promoting a Problem Solving Generation .2007 National Education Symposium , San Francisco, CA.

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Drop Foot, Bilirubin, and Harvesting: ID Curricular Development for Medical Device Design .National Education Symposium , San Francisco, CA.

Mary Beth Privitera (2007. )Pushing the boundaries of ID in Medical Device Design .2007 conference Proceedings for the International Congress of Industrial design,

Mary Beth Privitera (2006. )Understanding the Role of Aesthetics and Emotion in Innovative Product Development .National Collegiate Inventors Innovators Association,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Physicians are People Too; Understanding and Applying Human Factors in Medical Product Design .Presented to the UCBME Graduate Seminar Series ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Robotic Surgery: Results from an Ethnographic and Design Research Program .Presented at the Design of Medical Devices ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Robotic Surgery: Results from an Ethnographic and Design Research Program .

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Robotic Surgery .National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association Annual Conference,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Hand sketching skills and lateral thinking methodology empower multi-disciplinary design teams at the University of Cincinnati .National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association Annual Conference ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )Assessing individual performance on team activities for multi-disciplinary design projects at the University of Cincinnati .National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association Annual Conference ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2005. )The Role of Human Factors in Medical Device Development .Wright State University, Graduate Human Factors Program,

Mary Beth Privitera (2004. )Women BioEntrepreneur Panel Discussion .BioOhio Annual Meeting ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2004. )Medical Device Innovation: From Benchtop to Bedside .University of Cincinnati, Medical Grand Rounds ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2004. )Robotic Surgery: Results of an Ethnographic and Design Research Program .Poster at the Surgical Robotics Integrated Research Team (IRT) ,

Mary Beth Privitera (2004. )Surgical Robotics: An Interdisciplinary Effort .Graduate Interaction Design Seminar Series, Carnegie Melon University, School of Computer Science and Design,

Mary Beth Privitera (2003. )Human Factors within the Design Process .the Department of Psychology Graduate Education, University of Cincinnati,

Mary Beth Privitera (1993. )The Ergonomics of Laparoscopic Surgery .Interface Conference 1993- joint meeting of the Human Factors Society and Industrial Designers Society of America,

Lecture

Mary Beth Privitera (2011. )

Mary Beth Privitera (2010. )

Mary Beth Privitera (2009. )

Honors and Awards

2011 Student Team Cincinnati Innovates (2) Awards, 4 Provisional Patent Applications

2010 Student Team Finalist 3rd place, BME-IDEA National Competition

2010 MDIEP student team IP disclosures: 9 with 4 Provisional Patent Applications

2009 Student Team 2nd Place, BME-IDEA National Competition

2009 Student Team 3rd Place, iASME Innovation Showcase National Competition

2008 Neil Wandmacher Teaching Award for Young Faculty Awarded for excellence in teaching by the College of Engineering

2008 Engineering Professor of the Year Awarded by the Engineering Tribunal

Service

Collaborate to Create: Medical Devices (c2c:MD) Co-Director

UC3

(CEAS - SEEBME )Committee Member 2010 -2011

(BME Website Overhaul )2008

(Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation Human Factors Committee )Member 2005

(Undergraduate Curriculum Committee )

(Medical device Innovation and entrepreneurship Program lab facility renovation )

(Medical Device Excellence Award Judge )2006 -2007

(Judge for BME-IDEA design competition )2006 -2011

(Judge for National House wares Student Design Competition )2006 -2007

(Freshman Engineering Program Task )Committee Member 2005

(Reviewer for NSF )

(Reviewer for J. Biomechanical Engineering Special Issue on Medical Device Design )

Positions and Work Experience

1998 -To Present MBP Design Consulting , Design exploration, ethnography, usability studies, heuristic evaluations, ergonomic analysis, mechanical exploration, surgical site illustrations, instruction manual development, patent illustrations, and procedural communication.,

1993 -2003 Senior Associate, Consultation – program management, development and implementation of research protocols for ethnographic, discovery, and usability research and concept generation based on design research , Design Science, Inc , Philadelphia, PA

1991 -1993 Staff Industrial Designer, Responsibilities included medical device design and design management for ligation (clip application to blood vessels) product line and human factors research for design department. Concept visualization was completed in 2D and 3D with Alias software , Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc , Cincinnati, OH

2008 - Stem Cell Harvest from Umbilical Cord/placenta, prevents spray during ligation and division of umbilical cord and provides a means to collect stem cells from delivered placenta,

2008 - Improving the Merci Retrieval System, partnering with Dr. Todd Abruzzo to develop a method to capture and contain the blood clot.,

2008 - Method to conveniently interchange catheter sizes during cardiac interventions, partnering with Drs. Hirsch, Ball, Michelfelder and Abruzzo,

2008 - Painless Insulin Delivery System, partnering with Dr. Christine Burrows, Dr. Kevin Li, and Dr. Giovanni Pauletti who are working on non-parenteral route ,

2008 - Transdermal Chemotherapy Delivery, partnering with Dr. Kevin Li, nurses Julie Hoffman & Tamika Hunn,

2008 - Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, partnering with Drs. Shital N. Parikh, Marc Galloway, Eric Wall, Butler & Shearn to develop a device to drill the femur bone tunnels repeatedly without touching/damaging growth plates during ACL reconstruction.,

2008 - Sutureless Surgery, partnering with Dr. Gatta to develop a device which can be initially inserted in a 5mm incision and expanded to accommodate 15mm instruments during laparoscopic surgery.,

2008 - Writer’s Cramp, partnering with neurology focused on dystonia, this device has been prototyped and is currently in patient trials. Team applied for an NCIIA e-team grant.,

2007 - Multi-person ventilator for mass casualty situations, partnering with the Center for Surgical Innovation and Richard Branson,

2007 - Intracranial Aneursym Treatment , partnering with Dr. Todd Abruzzo to explore concepts to close an aneurysm with minimal parts implanted ,

2007 - Stroke therapy, Clot removal beyond the Merci Retrieval system partnering with Dr. Todd Abruzzo,

2006 - Emergent Intubation, partnering with Pulmonary Care,

2006 - Aortic Aneursym Treatment, partnering with Dr. Joe Giglia,

2006 - Saphenous Vein Harvesting, partnering with Dr. Bill Schneeberger,

Research and Practice Interests

Professional Affiliation

2008 -2011: Vice President of Education Industrial Designers Society of America,

2007: Vice Chair Southern Ohio District Industrial Designers Society of America,

2004 -2006: Mid-East District Education Representative serving on national council Industrial Designers Society of America,

1991 -1993: Vice Chair of the IDSA Southern Ohio Chapter Industrial Designers Society of America,

American Society of Engineering Educators

Product Development and Management Association

Design Management Institute

Courses Taught

Other Information

Previous Projects:
2007-2008
Radlyn Multi-Purpose Stylet– a stylet to exchange endotracheal tubes and for use with bronchoscope to ease introduction.  This project received NCIIA BME-IDEA funding, sponsored design project currently seeking contract manufacturing, license agreement device with expected release in 2009
                Received $50,000 in support
Emergent Intubation- a device exploration using magnetic to guide endotracheal tube, Presented at BioOhio
Diabetic Footcare- a device to measure temperature across the footbed to better predict risk of lesions in diabetic patients.
Presented at BioOhio, 2nd place poster at OVALS, NCIIA funding recipient, received bearcat bridge funding, applied for NCIIA e-team grant and team is currently seeking funding from CincyTech
BiliPen-  a non-invasive device to measure bilirubin and hemoglobin in infants.  Presented at BioOhio, received NCIIA funding for BME-IDEA, sponsored in part by POC-CENT, 2nd generation device completed
Rapid Anastomosis- Presented at BioOhio, prototype developed
Hemostatic Valve for Interventional Radiology- presented at BioOhio, received NCIIA BME-IDEA funding, 2 functional prototypes developed
LiveWell Collaborative with HillRom- Product innovation exploring new concepts to allow Alsheimers patients to remain in their homes longer (remember to take meds), 5 BME students participated sponsored by DAAP’s LiveWell Center.
Drop Foot Orthotic 3rd generation with Steve Page
 
2006-2007
BiliPen: a non-invasive device measure bilirubin and hemoglobin in conjuction with Dr. fred Beyette
Saphenous Vein Harvest for 3rd world(2 teams)- in partnership with Dr. Bill Schneeberger
Orthotic for the treatment of Drop Foot –in partnership with Steve Page
Bioreactor for vascular studies-  a device developed to assist with vascular research activities
Patient Interface for Respironics, Inc. –this project focused on the design of futuristic masks, a look into the myriad requirements for user groups to improve patient compliance.  Students presented therir work at respironics in Pittsburg and 2 patents were issued as a result of our work. 
The project was highlighted in as a case example for Stanford Graduate School of Business and Program in Biodesign
                Received $25,000 in support
 
2005-2006
Endo-Epicardial and Blood Pool Thermal Monitorsponsored by AtriCure, Inc.
                Received $20,000 in support
Laser Guidance Systemsponsored by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Emergent Intubationcollaboration with Pulmonary Care
Intellectual Property disclosure February 2006
Aortic Aneurysm Vessel to Graft Anastomosiswith Dr. Joe Giglia
Intellectual Property disclosure February 2006
2004-2005
Ventral Hernia Repairsponsored by Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc.
                Received $25,000 in support
Robotic Dissectorsponsored by AtriCure, Inc.
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Projects include:
2008
Self Extubation- partnering with Denise Gormley PhD. RN.
UV and/or mole monitoring as a method of preventing skin cancer
Health-fitness equipment for seniors- bridging the gap after injury and during rehabilitation
Elderly mobility device- hip protection during falls, partnering with Dr. Modawal
Alternative lumbar puncture –improving location for obese patients, reduce number of steps, partnering with Emergency Medicine
Central line Placement- improving ease of use while using direct visualization techniques
Single Port Laparoscopy- partnering with Dr. Prakash Gatta, utilizing articulating instruments develop a single port/trocar to accept multiple instruments through the umbilicus
Violet Beauregarde Project- partnering with EMT’s develop a method of patient transport for bariatric patients.  Current method is to use a tarp and roll patients, remove any extra hardware in ambulances and transport patients on floor of ambulance.
Emesis Suction Device-  there is currently a device to vacuum beer from an airway but not hotdogs.
Intraosseous Infusion- develop an easier, friendlier method to deliver medications IO space when IV’s prove difficult during emergency situations.  Current devices require 49lbs/avg force produced on the sternum.
Pacemaker Deactivator- for use when the patient is gone but the pace maker will not let the heart stop causing confusion in the field.
Vascular Surgery- guide wire development partnering with Dr. Joe Giglia to develop a guide wire that maintains flexibility during placement then stiffens enough to penetrate a large clot in the iliac artery.
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Preferred Information

Associate Professor, Privitera, Mary Beth

Contact Information

Academic - Medical Sciences Building
Ohio, 45267-0769
Phone: 513-558-0647
Fax: 513-558-5791
marybeth.privitera@uc.edu