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medical and engineering educator

Steven Alan Goldstein, American medical and engineering educator. Achievements include patents (with other) for Intracone Reamer, Instacone Prosthetic Surface, Flexible Connecting Shaft for Intramedullary Reamer, Tissue Pressure Measurement Transducer System, Continuous Flow Tissue Pressure Measurement Transducer System, Prosthesis Interface Surface and Method of Implanting, Direct Gene Transfer in Wounds.

Background

Goldstein, Steven Alan was born on September 15, 1954 in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University, 1976. Master of Science in Bioengring., University Michigan, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in Bioengring, University Michigan, 1981.

Career

Research investigator department surgery University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1981-1983, assistant professor surgery, 1983-1988, associate professor surgery, 1988-1992, professor surgery, since 1992, professor mechanical engineering, applied mechanics and biomedical engineering, associate dean research and graduate studies, Medical School, Henry Ruppenthal Family professor orthopaedic surgery and bioengineering, director Center for Biomedical Engineering Research, director Orthopaedic Research Laboratories. Co-director orthopaedic biomechanics laboratory University Michigan, 1981-1982, director orthopaedic research laboratories University Michigan, since 1982. Professor mechanical engineering and applied mechanics, since 1992, member faculty bioengineering program, 1982-1996, professor biomedical engineering, since 1996, interim chairman, 1985-1989, research scientist Institute Gerontology, since 1993, assistant dean research & graduate studies University Michigan Medical School, 1993-1998, associate dean, since 1999.

Research assistant bioengineering center Tufts New England Medical Center, 1974-1976. Member calcium homeostasis advisory group National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1987-1989. Consultant Libbey-Owens Illinois, General Tire & Rubber, Upjohn, Ethyl Corporation, Norwich Eaton, KMS Fusion, Whitby Pharmaceuticals, Norian Corporation, Genetics Institute, Therics Inc., Osteo Biologics Inc., Matrigin Inc.

Chair National Institutes of Health study section on orthopaedics and musculoskeletal diseases, 1993-1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents (with other) for Intracone Reamer, Instacone Prosthetic Surface, Flexible Connecting Shaft for Intramedullary Reamer, Tissue Pressure Measurement Transducer System, Continuous Flow Tissue Pressure Measurement Transducer System, Prosthesis Interface Surface and Method of Implanting, Direct Gene Transfer in Wounds.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Advances in Engineering, 1991. Author (with others) Biomechanics of Diathrodial Joints, 1990, Molecular Biology of the Cardiovascular System, 1991, Surgery: Scientific Principles and Practice, 1993, Limb Development and Regeneration, 1993, Accidental Injury: Biomechanics and Prevention, 1993. Reviewer Mathematical Bioscis.

      , since 1982, Annals of biomedical Engineering, since 1983, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, since 1983, Journal Rehabilitation Research and Development, since 1987. Reviewer Journal Biomechanics, since 1982, editorial consultant, since 1992. Reviewer Journal Biomechanics Engineering, since 1982, associate editor, 1991-1997.

      Reviewer Journal Orthopaedic Research, since 1984, member board associate editors, since 1992. Reviewer Journal Bone and Joint Surgery, since 1987, member board associate editors for research, since 1989. Reviewer, member study section National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institute Occupational Health & Safety, since 1983.

      Contributor more than 100 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member National Academy of Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (chair program committee 1989-1992, secretary-elect 1993, executive committee bioengineering division since 1989, chair bioengineering division 1995-1996, Y.C. Fung Young Investigator award 1987), American Society Biomechanics (executive board 1984-1985), American Academy Orthopaedic Surgeons (committee biomedical engineering since 1991, Kappa Delta award 1989-1990), Orthopaedic Research Society (adjunct program committee 1990-1991, program committee 1992, secretary since 1997), biomedical Engineering Society, Engineering Society Detroit (Young Engineer of Year award 1987), The Knee Society.

Connections

Married Nancy Ellen Gehr, August 22, 1976. Children: Aaron Michael, Jonathan David.

spouse:
Nancy Ellen Gehr

children:
Jonathan David Goldstein

Aaron Michael Goldstein