FUTURAS IN RES
Biological Transformation of Manufacturing

Prof. Michael Goldfarb

H. Fort Flowers Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Personal Statement

"My work focuses on the development of wearable robotic devices for human augmentation, with a particular focus on the development of robotic devices and systems that improve function or mobility for individuals with physical disabilities. Recent work includes the development of robotic limbs for upper and lower extremity amputees, and lower limb exoskeletons for individuals with SCI and stroke."

Work experience

2008 –VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, TN
H. Fort Flowers Professor of Engineering
2012 –Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
2013 –Professor, Dept of Electrical Engineering
2005 –Professor, Dept of Mechanical Engineering
2000 – 2005Assoc Prof, Dept of Mechanical Engineering
1994 – 2000Asst Prof, Dept of Mechanical Engineering

Course of studies

1994PhD, Mechanical Engineering, MIT
1992MS, Mechanical Engineering, MIT
1988BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona

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