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Peter G. Katona, Sc.D.

Affiliations: 
Electrical and Computer Engineering George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Website:
http://teal.gmu.edu/faculty_info/katona.html
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Ranu Jung grad student 1985-1991 Case Western (Neurotree)
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Katona PG. (2010) Biomedical engineering in heart-brain medicine: a review. Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. 77: S46-50
Katona PG. (2007) Biomedical engineering: looking ahead. Artificial Organs. 31: 89-90
Katona PG. (2006) Biomedical engineering and the whitaker foundation: a thirty-year partnership. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 34: 904-16
Gassert J, Enderle JD, Lerner A, et al. (2006) Design versus research; ABET requirements for design and why research cannot substitute for design Asee Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings
Katona PG. (2002) The Whitaker Foundation: the end will be just the beginning. Ieee Transactions On Medical Imaging. 21: 845-9
Timmons WD, Chizeck HJ, Casas F, et al. (1997) Parameter-Constrained Adaptive Control Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 36: 4894-4905
Jaron D, Katona P. (1994) Summary of a workshop on mechanisms to enhance university/industry interaction in biomedical engineering Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 22: 339-341
Andrade JD, Jaron D, Katona P. (1993) Improved delivery and reduced costs of health care through engineering Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine. 12: 38-41
Timmons WD, Chizeck HJ, Katona PG. (1991) Adaptive control is enhanced by background estimation. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 38: 273-9
Jung R, Bruce EN, Katona PG. (1991) Cardiorespiratory responses to glutamatergic antagonists in the caudal ventrolateral medulla of rats. Brain Research. 564: 286-95
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