Dr. Bryan Ruddy has a joint appointment as a research fellow at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute and as a lecturer in the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. He received his education from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a BS, MS, and PhD all in Mechanical Engineering. Dr. Ruddy's research interests center around the development of new actuation and control systems for medical devices, and he is involved in teaching design, instrumentation, and medical device regulations.
Poul's research focuses on using novel instrumentation, detailed computational models, and quantitative descriptions of physical processes to gain a better understanding of human physiology. Many of his projects couple mathematical modelling with innovative instrumentation to improve our ability to understand and interpret measurements of complex biological systems, subject to the constraints of well-understood physical conservation and balance laws.
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