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					                                               LAUREN	
  AQUINO	
  SHLUZAS,	
  Ph.D.	
  
                                                                                    	
  
                      Center	
  for	
  Health	
  Policy	
  /	
  Center	
  for	
  Primary	
  Care	
  and	
  Outcomes	
  Research	
  	
  (PCOR)	
  
                                                  117	
  Encina	
  Commons,	
  Stanford	
  University	
  	
  	
  
                                                                   Stanford,	
  CA	
  94305-­‐6019	
  
                                                                 lauren.aquino@stanford.edu	
  
                                                                      cell:	
  617.694.7227	
  
	
  
EDUCATION	
  
	
  
2006	
  –	
  2011	
                     Stanford	
  University,	
  Stanford,	
  California	
  
	
                                      Ph.D.	
  in	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering,	
  Design	
  Division,	
  June	
  2011	
  
                                        Minor	
  in	
  Management	
  Science	
  &	
  Engineering	
  
	
                                      	
  
1999	
  –	
  2001	
  	
                 Stanford	
  University,	
  Stanford,	
  California	
  
	
                                      M.S.	
  in	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering,	
  Biomechanical	
  (BME)	
  Division,	
  June	
  2001	
  
	
                                      Independent	
  study	
  project:	
  “Articulating	
  Laparoscopic	
  Surgical	
  Tool”	
  
	
                                      	
  
1994	
  –	
  1998	
                     Massachusetts	
  Institute	
  of	
  Technology,	
  Cambridge,	
  Massachusetts	
  
	
                                      B.S.	
  in	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering,	
  February	
  1998	
  
	
                                      Thesis	
  title:	
  “Neonatal	
  Monitoring	
  Unit”	
  	
  
	
                                      	
  
1993	
  –	
  1994	
                     University	
  of	
  California	
  at	
  San	
  Diego,	
  La	
  Jolla,	
  California	
  
	
                                      Completed	
  first	
  year	
  of	
  college	
  
	
                                      	
  
ACADEMIC	
  POSITIONS	
  
	
  
2011	
  –	
  Present	
                  Veterans	
  Affairs	
  (VA)	
  Postdoctoral	
  Fellow.	
  	
  Stanford	
  Center	
  for	
  Health	
  Policy	
  
                                        (CHP/PCOR)	
  and	
  the	
  Palo	
  Alto	
  VA	
  Health	
  Care	
  System.	
  	
  	
  
                                        Advisors:	
  Mary	
  Goldstein,	
  M.D.	
  and	
  Douglas	
  Owens,	
  M.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
2008	
  –	
  2011	
                     Doctoral	
  Candidate.	
  	
  Stanford	
  Center	
  for	
  Design	
  Research,	
  Stanford,	
  CA.	
  	
  
                                        Examined	
  the	
  influence	
  of	
  physician	
  interaction	
  and	
  product	
  development	
  
                                        practices	
  on	
  the	
  clinical	
  and	
  financial	
  outcomes	
  of	
  eight	
  early	
  stage	
  medical	
  
                                        device	
  companies.	
  	
  Clinical	
  areas	
  included	
  pulse	
  oximetry,	
  robotic	
  surgery,	
  
                                        cardiac	
  surgery,	
  and	
  spinal	
  fusion	
  surgery.	
  	
  Advisor:	
  Larry	
  J.	
  Leifer,	
  Ph.D;	
  	
  Reading	
  
                                        Committee:	
  John	
  H.	
  Linehan,	
  Ph.D.,	
  Robert	
  I.	
  Sutton,	
  Ph.D.,	
  Martin	
  Steinert,	
  Ph.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
2006	
  –	
  2007	
                     Graduate	
  Research	
  Assistant.	
  	
  Stanford	
  Biodesign	
  and	
  Management	
  Science	
  &	
  
                                        Engineering	
  (MS&E)	
  Departments,	
  Stanford,	
  CA.	
  
                                        Developed	
  a	
  stage-­‐gated	
  model	
  of	
  the	
  medical	
  device	
  development	
  process	
  and	
  
                                        conducted	
  six	
  medical	
  technology	
  case	
  studies.	
  	
  Co-­‐PIs:	
  	
  Paul	
  G.	
  Yock,	
  M.D.,	
  John	
  
                                        H.	
  Linehan,	
  Ph.D.,	
  Elizabeth	
  Pate-­‐Cornell,	
  Ph.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
2000	
  –	
  2001	
                     Graduate	
  Research	
  Assistant.	
  	
  Stanford	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Network,	
  Stanford,	
  CA.	
  
                                        Contributed	
  to	
  initial	
  development	
  efforts	
  for	
  the	
  biomedical	
  engineering	
  web	
  
                                        portal,	
  bmesource.org.	
  	
  PI:	
  	
  Paul	
  G.	
  Yock,	
  M.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
1999	
  –	
  2000	
                     Graduate	
  Research	
  Assistant.	
  	
  Stanford	
  Learning	
  Lab,	
  Stanford,	
  CA.	
  
                                        Evaluated	
  the	
  use	
  of	
  online	
  learning	
  tools	
  for	
  cross-­‐cultural	
  collaboration,	
  for	
  the	
  
                                        Wallenberg	
  Global	
  Learning	
  Network	
  (WGLN).	
  	
  PI:	
  Larry	
  J.	
  Leifer,	
  Ph.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
1997	
  –	
  1998;	
  	
                Undergraduate	
  Research	
  Assistant.	
  	
  MIT	
  Biorobotics	
  Laboratory,	
  Cambridge,	
  MA.	
  	
  
1994	
  –	
  1995	
                     PI:	
  	
  Ian	
  Hunter,	
  Ph.D.	
  
	
                                      	
  
1995	
  –	
  1996	
   Undergraduate	
  Research	
  Assistant.	
  	
  Massachusetts	
  General	
  Hospital	
  
                      Neuropathology	
  Department,	
  Charlestown,	
  MA.	
  	
  PI:	
  Suzanne	
  de	
  la	
  Monte,	
  M.D.	
  
	
                    	
  
INDUSTRY	
  EXPERIENCE	
  
	
                    	
  
2007	
  –	
  2008	
   Doctoral	
  Intern.	
  	
  Incube	
  Labs,	
  LLC,	
  Menlo	
  Park,	
  CA.	
  
                      Designed	
  a	
  gastrointestinal	
  wound-­‐healing	
  device	
  for	
  colonic	
  anastomoses,	
  in	
  
                      collaboration	
  with	
  Stanford	
  Hospital,	
  Department	
  of	
  Colorectal	
  Surgery.	
  	
  Project	
  
                      explored	
  the	
  use	
  of	
  biopolymers	
  and	
  extracellular	
  matrix	
  (ECM)	
  scaffolds.	
  
	
                    	
  
2005	
  –	
  2006	
   Senior	
  Product	
  Development	
  &	
  Performance	
  Testing	
  Engineer.	
  	
  Omnisonics	
  
                      Medical	
  Technologies,	
  Wilmington,	
  MA.	
  
                      Tested	
  ultrasonic	
  treatments	
  for	
  vascular	
  occlusive	
  disease	
  in	
  experimental	
  
                      models.	
  	
  Managed	
  testing	
  activities	
  and	
  analyzed	
  statistical	
  data.	
  
	
                    	
  
2002	
  –	
  2005	
   Product	
  Development	
  Engineer.	
  	
  Johnson	
  &	
  Johnson	
  Depuy	
  Spine,	
  Raynham,	
  MA.	
  
                      Led	
  cross-­‐functional	
  efforts	
  for	
  the	
  development	
  of	
  implants	
  and	
  instruments	
  for	
  
                      minimally	
  invasive	
  spinal	
  fusion	
  surgery.	
  	
  	
  
	
                    	
  
1998	
  –	
  1999	
   Engineering	
  Analyst.	
  	
  The	
  Boeing	
  Company,	
  Huntington	
  Beach,	
  CA.	
  
                      Supported	
  the	
  International	
  Space	
  Station,	
  Astronaut	
  Extra-­‐Vehicular	
  Activity	
  
                      (EVA)	
  group	
  by	
  modeling	
  tasks	
  for	
  ISS	
  assembly	
  and	
  maintenance.	
  
	
                    	
  
Summer	
  1996	
      College	
  Intern.	
  	
  Lawrence	
  Livermore	
  National	
  Laboratories	
  (LLNL),	
  Biomechanical	
  
                      Engineering	
  Group,	
  Livermore,	
  CA.	
  
	
                    	
  
Summer	
  1995	
      College	
  Intern.	
  	
  Rockwell	
  International,	
  Downey,	
  CA.	
  
	
                    	
  
TEACHING	
  EXPERIENCE	
  
	
  
2010	
                          Teaching	
  Assistant.	
  	
  Stanford	
  ME	
  113,	
  Undergraduate	
  Capstone	
  Design	
  Course.	
  
                                Coached	
  undergraduate	
  student	
  design	
  teams	
  and	
  taught	
  methods	
  for	
  designing	
  
                                mechanical	
  devices	
  in	
  a	
  team-­‐based	
  environment.	
  	
  Mechanical	
  design,	
  teamwork,	
  
                                project	
  management,	
  and	
  resource	
  allocation	
  were	
  emphasized.	
  	
  
                                Faculty:	
  Drew	
  Nelson,	
  Ph.D.	
  
	
                              	
  
2007	
  –	
  2009	
             Teaching	
  Assistant.	
  	
  	
  Stanford	
  MS&E	
  273,	
  Technology	
  Venture	
  Formation.	
  
                                Taught	
  graduate	
  engineering	
  students	
  entrepreneurial	
  skills	
  for	
  the	
  formation	
  
                                and	
  growth	
  of	
  high-­‐tech	
  companies.	
  	
  Helped	
  re-­‐structure	
  the	
  course	
  to	
  include	
  a	
  
                                biomedical	
  /	
  medical	
  device	
  component.	
  	
  	
  
                                Faculty:	
  Audrey	
  MacLean	
  and	
  Mike	
  Lyons,	
  Stanford	
  Technology	
  Ventures	
  Program	
  
	
                              	
  
1997	
                          Undergraduate	
  Teaching	
  Assistant.	
  	
  	
  MIT	
  2.670,	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering	
  Tools	
  
	
                              	
  
1997	
                          Undergraduate	
  Teaching	
  Assistant.	
  	
  	
  MIT	
  2.007,	
  Design	
  and	
  Manufacturing	
  I	
  
	
                              	
  
AWARDS	
  /	
  HONORS	
  
	
  
2000	
                          Lincoln	
  Team	
  Design	
  Award,	
  by	
  the	
  James	
  F.	
  Lincoln	
  Arc	
  Welding	
  Foundation.	
  
                                Project	
  title:	
  “Biplaner	
  angiography	
  model-­‐measurement	
  and	
  bio-­‐arterial	
  
                                interaction	
  system.”	
  	
  
1999	
                          Achievement	
  Award,	
  The	
  Boeing	
  Company	
  



	
                                                                       2	
  
	
                                   	
  
1998	
                               Wunsch	
  Foundation	
  Silent	
  Hoist	
  and	
  Crane	
  Award	
  for	
  Outstanding	
  MIT	
  
                                     Undergraduate	
  Thesis	
  
	
                                   	
  
1996	
  –	
  1998	
                  MIT	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering	
  Honor	
  Society	
  (Pi	
  Tau	
  Sigma)	
  
	
                                   	
  
                                          st
1993	
                               1 	
  Place	
  Award,	
  California	
  State	
  Science	
  Fair,	
  Aerodynamics	
  &	
  Thermophysics	
  
	
                                   Project	
  title:	
  “Capturing	
  and	
  storing	
  energy	
  from	
  ocean	
  wind	
  waves”	
  
	
  
GRANTS	
  AND	
  SCHOLARSHIPS	
  
	
  
2011	
  (Summer)	
                   Stanford	
  Bio-­‐X	
  Travel	
  Grant	
  for	
  Graduate	
  Students	
  
	
                                   	
  
2006	
  –	
  2007	
  	
              Research	
  Grant	
  from	
  The	
  Institute	
  for	
  Health	
  Technology	
  Studies	
  (InHealth)	
  
	
                                   	
  
1994	
  –	
  1998	
                  MIT	
  Undergraduate	
  Grant	
  
	
                                   	
  
1994	
  –	
  1998	
                  National	
  Science	
  Scholars	
  Program	
  (NSSP)	
  Grant	
  
	
                                   	
  
1994	
  –	
  1998	
                  Daughters	
  of	
  the	
  Cincinnati	
  Scholarship	
  
	
                                   	
  
1994	
  –	
  1995	
                  Sons	
  of	
  Italy	
  College	
  Scholarship	
  
	
                                   	
  
ACADEMIC	
  SERVICE	
  
	
  
2009	
  	
  (Fall	
  Quarter)	
      Mentor	
  for	
  MS&E	
  273,	
  Technology	
  Venture	
  Formation	
  Course	
  
	
                                   	
  
2009	
  	
  (Summer)	
               Mentor	
  for	
  Stanford’s	
  Summer	
  Undergraduate	
  Research	
  Institute	
  (SURI)	
  
	
                                   	
  
2008	
  –	
  2009	
                  Seminar	
  Coordinator,	
  DesignX	
  Research	
  Group	
  
	
                                   	
  
2000	
  –	
  2001	
                  Co-­‐Founder,	
  Stanford	
  Medical	
  Technology	
  Club	
  
	
                                   	
  
1997	
  –	
  1998	
                  President,	
  MIT	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering	
  Honor	
  Society	
  (Pi	
  Tau	
  Sigma)	
  
	
                                   	
  
1997	
  –	
  1998	
                  Student	
  Representative,	
  MIT	
  Undergraduate	
  Curriculum	
  Committee	
  
	
                                   	
  
1996	
  –	
  1997	
                  Treasurer	
  and	
  Publicity	
  Chair,	
  MIT	
  Pi	
  Tau	
  Sigma	
  
	
  
REFEREED	
  PUBLICATIONS	
  	
  
	
  
Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Steinert,	
  M.,	
  Leifer,	
  L.J.	
  (2011).	
  	
  “Designing	
  to	
  maximize	
  value	
  for	
  multiple	
  
                                                                                                                 th
stakeholders:	
  a	
  challenge	
  to	
  med-­‐tech	
  innovation.”	
  Proceedings	
  of	
  the	
  18 	
  International	
  Conference	
  on	
  
Engineering	
  Design	
  (ICED’11).	
  	
  Copenhagen,	
  Denmark,	
  15-­‐18	
  August.	
  
	
  
Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Liefer,	
  L.J.	
  (2010).	
  “Physician-­‐Developer	
  Interaction	
  in	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Design.”	
  
                                        th
Proceedings	
  of	
  the	
  ASME	
  5 	
  Frontiers	
  in	
  Biomedical	
  Devices	
  Conference.	
  Newport	
  Beach,	
  CA,	
  20-­‐21	
  
September.	
  
	
  
Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Linehan,	
  J.H.,	
  Liefer,	
  L.J.	
  (2010).	
  “A	
  Case	
  Study	
  of	
  Physician	
  Interaction	
  in	
  the	
  Medical	
  
Device	
  Development	
  Process.”	
  Proceedings	
  of	
  the	
  ASME	
  2010	
  Design	
  of	
  Medical	
  Devices	
  Conference.	
  
Minneapolis,	
  MN,	
  13-­‐15	
  April.	
  



	
                                                                              3	
  
	
  
Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Pietzsch,	
  J.B.,	
  Pate-­‐Cornell,	
  M.E.,	
  Yock,	
  P.G.,	
  Linehan,	
  J.H.	
  (2009).	
  	
  “The	
  Iterative	
  
                                                                                        th
Nature	
  of	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Design.”	
  	
  Proceedings	
  of	
  the	
  17 	
  International	
  Conference	
  on	
  Engineering	
  
Design	
  (ICED’09).	
  Stanford,	
  California,	
  24-­‐27	
  August.	
  
	
  
Pietzsch,	
  J.B.,	
  Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Yock,	
  P.G.,	
  Pate-­‐Cornell,	
  M.E.,	
  Linehan,	
  J.H.	
  (2009).	
  “Stage-­‐Gate	
  Process	
  
for	
  the	
  Development	
  of	
  Medical	
  Devices.”	
  	
  ASME	
  Journal	
  of	
  Medical	
  Devices,	
  3(2):	
  1-­‐15.	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  
	
  
Pietzsch,	
  J.B.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.,	
  Yock,	
  P.G.,	
  Pate-­‐Cornell,	
  M.E.,	
  Linehan,	
  J.H.	
  (2007).	
  “Review	
  of	
  U.S.	
  Medical	
  
Device	
  Regulation.”	
  	
  ASME	
  Journal	
  of	
  Medical	
  Devices,	
  1(4):	
  283	
  -­‐	
  292.	
  
	
  
PRESENTATIONS	
  /	
  INVITED	
  TALKS	
  
	
  
                                                                                                                                          st
2011	
                         Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.	
  “The	
  Iterative	
  Nature	
  of	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Design.”	
  1 	
  Workshop	
  to	
  
                               Foster	
  Publications	
  in	
  Engineering	
  Design,	
  Grenoble,	
  France,	
  3-­‐4	
  February	
  2011.	
  
	
  
2010	
  	
                     Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.	
  	
  “Medical	
  Device	
  Development	
  Process.”	
  Medical	
  Device	
  &	
  
                               Manufacturing	
  (MD&M)	
  West	
  Conference.	
  	
  Anaheim,	
  CA,	
  9	
  Feb	
  2010.	
  	
  	
  
	
                             	
  
2009	
                         Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.	
  	
  “The	
  Iterative	
  Nature	
  of	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Design.”	
  International	
  
                               Conference	
  on	
  Engineering	
  Design	
  (ICED’09).	
  Stanford,	
  California,	
  24-­‐27	
  August	
  
                               2009.	
  
	
  
2009	
                         Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Bothe,	
  W.	
  	
  “A	
  novel	
  intracardial	
  mechanical	
  circulatory	
  support	
  
                               device:	
  	
  Case	
  study	
  to	
  examine	
  the	
  role	
  of	
  design	
  thinking	
  in	
  med-­‐tech	
  innovation.”	
  
                               Hasso-­‐Plattner	
  Design	
  Thinking	
  Research	
  Program	
  Community	
  Building	
  Workshop.	
  
                               Palo	
  Alto,	
  CA,	
  2	
  February	
  2009.	
  
	
                             	
  
POSTERS	
  
	
  
2010	
                         Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Leifer,	
  L.J..	
  “Development	
  Practices	
  and	
  Outcomes:	
  a	
  Case-­‐Based	
  
                               Analysis	
  of	
  Medical	
  Device	
  Design.”	
  Poster	
  presented	
  at	
  the	
  Bio-­‐X	
  Interdisciplinary	
  
                               Initiatives	
  Symposium,	
  Stanford,	
  CA,	
  25	
  August	
  2010.	
  
	
  
2007	
                         Davis,	
  L.B.,	
  Champion,	
  S.,	
  Fair,	
  S.O.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.,	
  Blanchfield,	
  P.M.,	
  Garber,	
  A.M.	
  	
  “A	
  
                               Cost-­‐Benefit	
  Analysis	
  of	
  Preimplantation	
  Genetic	
  Screening	
  for	
  Carrier	
  Couples	
  of	
  
                               Cystic	
  Fibrosis.”	
  	
  Poster	
  presented	
  at	
  the	
  American	
  Society	
  for	
  Reproductive	
  
                               Medicine	
  Annual	
  Meeting,	
  Washington	
  DC,	
  Oct	
  2007.	
  	
  
	
                             	
  
2001	
                         Aldridge,	
  E.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.	
  	
  	
  “Invention	
  through	
  interdisciplinary	
  education:	
  a	
  tool	
  for	
  
                               medical	
  device	
  design.”	
  	
  Poster	
  presented	
  at	
  the	
  National	
  Collegiate	
  Inventors	
  and	
  
                               Innovators	
  Alliance	
  (NCIIA),	
  Washington	
  DC,	
  March	
  2001.	
  	
  	
  
	
                             	
  
2000	
                         Aldridge,	
  E.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.,	
  Spicer,	
  S.,	
  Su,	
  T.	
  	
  “Enhancing	
  the	
  interventional	
  device	
  design	
  
                               process:	
  an	
  interactive	
  software	
  system	
  for	
  assessing	
  coronary	
  arterial	
  geometry.”	
  	
  
                               Poster	
  presented	
  at	
  the	
  Biomedical	
  Engineering	
  Society	
  Annual	
  Meeting,	
  Seattle,	
  
                               WA,	
  October	
  2000.	
  	
  	
  
	
                             	
  
2000	
                         Aldridge,	
  E.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.	
  	
  	
  “A	
  web	
  resource	
  for	
  medical	
  device	
  design	
  students.”	
  	
  
                               Poster	
  presented	
  at	
  the	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering	
  Graduate	
  Student	
  Research	
  Expo,	
  
                               Stanford,	
  CA,	
  November	
  2000.	
  
                               	
  



	
                                                                             4	
  
ABSTRACTS	
  
	
  
2011	
                     Aquino	
  Shluzas,	
  L.,	
  Leifer,	
  L.J.	
  (2011).	
  	
  “Preparing	
  tomorrow’s	
  medical	
  device	
  
                           designers	
  and	
  entrepreneurs.”	
  Mudd	
  Design	
  Workshop	
  VIII,	
  Harvey	
  Mudd	
  College,	
  
                           Claremont,	
  CA,	
  26-­‐28	
  May.	
  
	
                         	
  
1995	
                     Sohn,	
  Y.K.,	
  Bloch,	
  K.D.,	
  Wands,	
  J.R.,	
  Filipov,	
  G.,	
  Aquino,	
  L.,	
  de	
  la	
  Monte,	
  S.M.	
  (1995).	
  
                           “Aberrant	
  ceNOS	
  expression	
  correlates	
  with	
  FAS	
  and	
  p53-­‐related	
  apoptosis	
  in	
  
                           neurodegenerative	
  diseases.”	
  Harvard	
  Medical	
  School,	
  Boston,	
  MA.	
  
	
                         	
  
PATENTS	
  
	
  
2007	
                     “System	
  to	
  prevent	
  obstetric	
  lacerations,”	
  provisional	
  patent	
  application	
  (PTO	
  Reg.	
  
                           No.	
  60/933,667),	
  filed	
  through	
  Stanford	
  Office	
  of	
  Technology	
  Licensing,	
  8	
  June,	
  2007.	
  
                           Licensed	
  to	
  Materna	
  Medical,	
  January	
  2010.	
  
	
  
2004	
                     “In-­‐situ	
  formed	
  intervertebral	
  fusion	
  device	
  and	
  method,”	
  patent	
  application	
  	
  
                           (US	
  20040230309),	
  filed	
  through	
  Johnson	
  &	
  Johnson,	
  13	
  Feb,	
  2004.	
  
	
                         	
  
2001	
                     “Articulating	
  laparoscopic	
  surgical	
  tool,”	
  provisional	
  patent	
  application,	
  filed	
  through	
  
                           Stanford	
  Office	
  of	
  Technology	
  Licensing,	
  June	
  2001.	
  
	
                         	
  
1998	
                     “Portable	
  neonatal	
  monitoring	
  unit,”	
  provisional	
  patent	
  application	
  (PTO	
  Reg.	
  No.	
  
                           60/072259),	
  filed	
  through	
  MIT	
  Technology	
  Licensing	
  Office,	
  23	
  Jan,	
  1998.	
  
	
  
LANGUAGE	
  SKILLS	
  
	
  
English	
                  First	
  language,	
  native	
  speaker	
  
	
                         	
  
Spanish	
                  AP	
  Spanish	
  Language	
  Exam	
  passed,	
  1993	
  
	
  
SOCIETIES	
  AND	
  AFFILIATIONS	
  
	
  
2011	
  –	
  Present	
     Reviewer,	
  Technovation	
  –	
  The	
  International	
  Journal	
  of	
  Technological	
  Innovation,	
  
	
                         Entrepreneurship	
  and	
  Technology	
  Management	
  
	
                         	
  
2009	
  –	
  Present	
     Member,	
  The	
  American	
  Society	
  of	
  Mechanical	
  Engineers	
  (ASME)	
  
	
                         	
  
1996	
  –	
  Present	
     Member,	
  Society	
  of	
  Women	
  Engineers	
  (SWE)	
  
	
                         	
  
1996	
  –	
  1998	
        Member	
  and	
  Officer,	
  Pi	
  Tau	
  Sigma	
  Mechanical	
  Engineering	
  Honor	
  Society	
  (PTS)	
  
	
  




	
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