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biomedical engineer

Ian Laurence Scott, British Biomedical engineer. Achievements include British patent for improvement in sensors (co-inventor), development of fiber optic sensors for PO2, pH and pressure measurement for intavascular use. M C. Post doctoral fellow (research award) Wellcome Trust, Oxford, 1983. Member Biological Engineering Society London, biomedical Engineering Society California.

Background

Scott, Ian Laurence was born on April 22, 1958 in Driffield, Yorkshire, England. Came to the United States, 1989. Son of Laurence and Barbara Mary Scott.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physiology, University Bristol, England, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oxford, 1983.

Career

Product development engineer, Viggo-BOC Health Care, Swindon, England, 1983-1985;product development manager, Viggo-BOC Health Care, Swindon, 1985-1987;lead engineer, BOC Group Technology Center, Murray Hill, New Jersey, 1987-1989;section manager, BOC Group Technology Center, Murray Hill, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include British patent for improvement in sensors (co-inventor), development of fiber optic sensors for PO2, pH and pressure measurement for intavascular use. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Biological Engineering Society London, biomedical Engineering Society California.

Connections

Married Susan Schofield, July 16, 1983. Children: Thomas Andrew Scott, Richard David Scott.

father:
Laurence Scott

mother:
Barbara Mary Scott

spouse:
Susan Schofield

children:
Thomas Andrew Scott

Richard David Scott