Christopher Druzgalski is a Professor of Biomedical and Electrical Engineering at CSULB whose academic background includes MSEE, MSBME, and Ph.D. degrees. His current research interests focus on acoustics and bioacoustics, sensors and biosensors, pulmonary mechanics and rehabilitation, sensory functions – multiple disabilities, healthcare delivery technologies and modalities, circuits/data acquisition systems, telemedicine and Internet based medical technologies and applications, and in particular is currently concentrated on clinically-oriented design encompassing assist devices and novel communication modalities. He has taught in the area of biomedical and clinical engineering, digital systems, and electronic circuits incorporating his industrial experience.
His professional activities include, among others, being President of ACSUP (Association of California State University Professors – an independent professional organization), a member of Faculty Consensus Group (FCG) of CSUPERB (California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology). As a senior member of IEEE he is actively involved in the organization of different professional activities and EMBS focused events. In addition, he served as an Adjunct Faculty of Medicine, a member of the editorial boards and/or a reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, NSERC – Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, EMB Conferences, and other publications. His academic experiences are complemented by his earlier work as a project engineer and a technical consultant in industry in Europe and United States.
He received a Fulbright Award to lecture in Brazil, as well as served as a consultant in China, Egypt, Honduras, Panama, and other countries. In addition, he lectured, including keynote presentations, in other countries of Central and South America, Asia, and Europe besides the US and Canada. He is actively involved in international professional activities and cooperative linkages.
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