Cameron McIntyre, American research scientist, biomedical engineer. Achievements include discovery of Developed computational techniques to analyze the effects of electric stimulation of the brain; development of Developing software package for clinical implementation of neurostimulation technology; patents for Developed techniques to control the response of neurons to applied electric fields. Member of Society Neurosci.
McIntyre, Cameron was born on August 9, 1974 in Marietta, Ohio, United States. Son of Douglas McIntyre and Mary Bauer.
Doctor of Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University, 2001.
Assistant staff Cleveland Clinic Foundation, since 2003. Assistant professor Cleveland Clinic Lerner College Medicine, since 2004.
Recipient Michelson-Morely Undergraduate Resear...Recipient Michelson-Morely Undergraduate Research award, Case Western Reserve University, 1997, Graduate Dean's Instructional Excellence award, 1999, Robinson Memorial Graduate Research award, 2000-2001, Innovator award, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2004. Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Dept Biomedical Engineering, 2001-2002, Johns Hopkins University School Medicine, Baltimore, 2001-2002, Emory University School Medicine, Atlanta, 2002-2003. Grantee, American Parkinson Disease Association, 2003-2005, National Institutes of Health, since 2005.\r\nScholar, Case Western Reserve University, 1994-1997.