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Leslie A. Geddes

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Leslie Alexander Geddes May 24, 1921 – October 25, 2009 was an electrical engineer and physiologist He conducted research in electromyography, cardiac output, cardiac pacing, ventricular defibrillation, and blood pressure He discovered and demonstrated precisely the optimal sites on the chest for defibrillation or pacing

Biography

Geddes was born May 24, 1921 in Scotland, and moved with his family to Quebec, Canada at a young age He held the BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, and the PhD degree in Physiology from Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas At that medical school, he was Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor of Physiology, and Director of the Division of Biomedical Engineering Director of Engineering at Purdue University

Geddes was a member of the American Physiological Society, and was a Fellow of the IEEE; the American Association for the Advancement of Science; the American College of Cardiology; Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine; and the Royal Society of Medicine

He received the award for leadership in biomedical engineering from the Alliance for Engineering in Medicine and Biology 1985; was elected to the National Academy of Engineering 1985; the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Career Achievement Award 1986; the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation Laufman-Greatbatch Award1987; the Outstanding Educator Award of the American Society for Engineering Education 1989; the IEEE Edison Medal in 1994 for fundamental contributions to applied biomedical instrumentation and the understanding of the electrical properties of the cardiovascular system, and the 2006 National Medal of Technology by President George W Bush for his contributions to electrode design and tissue restoration He was awarded a DSc honoris causa by McGill University in 1971

He died on October 25, 2009

References

  1. ^ "Leslie A Geddes" IEEE Global History Network IEEE Retrieved 25 July 2011 
  2. ^ https://georgewbush-whitehousearchivesgov/news/releases/2007/07/20070727-9html

External links

  • Geddes Home page

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