Meet Dr. Coleman, Bioengineer

October 19th, 2015 |
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Intel IQ: Todd Coleman is a professor of engineering at the University of California at San Diego. To be more precise, his work is in biology and engineering. He’s a bioengineer. And his lab at UCSD’s Jacobs School of Engineering is on the cutting edge of technologies which can monitor body functions from devices that look almost like small tattoos. Also being research, controlling a living cell using light. Dr. Coleman is partnering with Intel which is providing tools for research and education in UCSD’s engineering curriculums and labs.

In this brief audio podcast, Todd talks about his background and how he arrived at the intersection of electrical engineering and neuroscience.

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