Karl Gustaf Rosén
Karl Gustaf Rosén, Swedish health services executive. Innovation grantee, European Union Commission, 1999, 2003.
Rosén, Karl Gustaf was born on September 11, 1948 in Stockholm. Son of Kurt and Barbro Rosén.
Doctor of Medicine, University Gothenburg, Sweden, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, University Gothenburg, Sweden, 1976.
Lecturer department pediatrics University Gothenburg, 1975—1987. Medical director Cinvente AB, Gothenburg, 1988—1991. Inaugural dean Plymouth Postgraduate Medical School University Plymouth, England, 1991—1994.
Project. coordinator Netek Chalmers Innovation Teknik, 1994—1997. Founder, medical director Neoventa Medical, Moelndal, Sweden, 1997—2005. Medical consultant Neoventa Medical AB, since 2005.
Coordinator European Union grants Neoventor AB, Kungalv, Sweden, since 2004. Adjunct professor University College Borås, 2006.
Achievements include first to take a new concept (System Technologies analysis of the fetal Electrocardiogram during labor) from basic research to its clinical application, including Food and Drug Administration (PMA) approval. Set up a new Faculty of Medicine in the United Kingdom (Penninsular Medical School). Patents for signal processing and indoor air quality.
Clarification of mechanisms involved in baby swimming.