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The following subjects will be considered for publication: basic science, preclinical science, clinical studies, transcranial modulation, telemetry, modeling, model-based control, neural decoding, algorithms, and related tools (i.e. electrodes). Bioelectronic Medicine wishes to understand the mechanisms of action of these neural pathways.

Melissa Masters’s Response to “Imagining the Future of Medicine” Commentary

Melissa Masters
Ms. Masters is Director of Electrical, Software and Systems Engineering at Battelle and heads Battelle’s DeviceSecure Services. Ms. Masters has more than 15 years of experience in product development as a project manager, systems engineer and design engineer, serving as the project manager and lead systems engineer on medical device development and sustaining engineering programs. Ms. Masters is a voting member of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) working group on cybersecurity for medical devices and contributed to the vulnerability model for AAMI’s TIR 57. She has given conference presentations, been published and widely quoted on a variety of medical cybersecurity topics in AAMI Horizons, Mass Device,, and Fierce Medical Devices. In addition, Ms. Masters holds a Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) and has a working knowledge of domestic and international regulatory requirements for medical devices.
Bioelectronic Medicine 2015
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August 17, 2015
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Masters, bioelectronic medicine, diabetes, electronics, neuromodulation, confidentiality breach