The Catholic University of America

Faculty and Staff

Faculty Contact Info Research Area
Binh Q. Tran, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 105
EMAIL: tran@cua.edu
(202) 319-4285
Cardiopulmonary biomechanics; home care technologies; telerehabilitation
Christopher B. Raub, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Biomedical Engineering

Pangborn Hall Rm 121
EMAIL: raubc@cua.edu 
(202) 319-5095

Tissue Engineering, Biomedical Optics, Biomechanics, Mechanobiology
Sung Ching Ling, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 106
EMAIL: ling@cua.edu
(202) 319-6729
Circulatory dynamics, air pollution
Sang Wook Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 105B
EMAIL: leeb@cua.edu
(202) 319-6218
Biomechanics, Ergonomics, Rehabilitation Engineering
Peter Lum , Ph.D.
Chair, Ordinary Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 131 & 104A
EMAIL: lum@cua.edu
(202) 319-5181
Rehabilitation Robotics and human motor control
Harold Szu, Ph.D.
Research Ordinary Professor
Biomedical Engineering

EMAIL: szuharoldh@gmail.com
 
Nanotechnology, Imaging, Neural Networks
Otto C. Wilson, Jr., Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 104B
EMAIL: wilsono@cua.edu
(202) 319-5822
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering    
Clinical Assistant Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 127
(202) 319-6179
Microfabrication, Optical Engineering, Manufacturing
           
   
Assistant Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Pangborn Hall Rm 106
(202) 319-5466
Neuromotor control and rehabilitation    
Staff Contact Info
Suraya Adam
Assistant to the Chair

Pangborn Hall Rm 131
EMAIL: adam@cua.edu
(202) 319-5181

Gonzalo Mendoza
Biomedical Engineer
Pangborn Hall Rm 131
(202) 319-5181

Lecturers/Adjunct Faculty:

Mr. David Brennan, M.S., National Rehabilitation Hospital
Research: telerehabilitation, rehabilitation engineering
Dr. Issac Chang, Food & Drug Administration
Research: biomodeling and simulation
Dr. Carl Demarco, Food & Drug Administration (ret.)
Research: medical device regulation
Dr. Patrick Mehl, Vitreous State Laboratory, CUA
Research: bio-electromagnetics
Dr. Uyen Nguyen, School of Engineering, CUA
Research: biomedical instrumentation, bioelectromagnetics, biomodeling and simulation
Mark Pettinato, PhD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Research: Biomedical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine, Regenerative Medicine, Retinal and Electron Diffraction Studies, Medical Device Electromagnetic Compatibility and Wireless Coexistence, Cognitive Rehabilitation, Traumatic Brain Injury, Central Nervous Disorders, Educational Research, Instructional Learning Design, Multiple Intelligences, Learning Styles, and Distance Learning.                                                               
Dr. Jessica Ramella - Roman, School of Engineering, CUA
Research: Biomedical Optics, Polarized light transport into biological Media

 Dr. Jeffrey W. Shupp, Washington Hospital Center
 Research: burns, skin health