EUGENE D. DANESHVAR
Eugene Dariush Daneshvar, PhD is a Technical Advisor where he is involved in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications. Dr. Daneshvar specializes in medical devices and neuromodulation methods, neural probes and electrode design, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) microfabrication methods for sensors and actuators, as well as electroactive and shape memory materials.
Prior to joining the firm, he managed intellectual property portfolios for startup companies. His clients included companies developing implantable medical devices for neuromodulation therapy in treating urinary incontinence and overactive bladder, atrial fibrillation, and a variety of neurological disorders utilizing Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) and Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS). Dr. Daneshvar has also consulted clients on use of electroactive materials for consumer electronic and biomedical products.
Eugene completed two internships with Medtronic MiniMed in their departments of Electrical Engineering Research and Development & Quality and Reliability. He has written several technical reports, published scientific papers, as well as made numerous presentations at professional conferences. In addition, Eugene has taught several courses at The University of Michigan including Biomedical Instrumentation, Biomedical Innovation Design Process, as well as trained and mentored Graduate Student Instructors on best teaching practices and management strategies.
Eugene attended The University of Michigan where he graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical & Biomedical Engineering, Masters of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering, and Doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering.
- University of Michigan (Ph.D.)
- University of Michigan (M.S.E.)
- University of Michigan (B.S.E.)
- University of Michigan (B.S.E.)
- Invited Speaker, IDTechEx Printed Electronics Conference, Berlin, Germany (2013)
- Awarded National Collegiate Invention and Innovation Alliance Grant (2011)
- Awarded Membership in TechArb Business Incubator in Ann Arbor, MI (2011)
- Awarded Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant, University of Michigan (2010)
- "Conjugated polymer actuators for articulating neural interfaces," Sharif University Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, (2014), Tehran, Iran.
- "Conjugated polymer actuators for articulating neural interfaces," University of Tehran, IEEE Chapter, (2014), Tehran, Iran.
- "Commercialization of Medical Technology,'' National Institute of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, (2014), Tehran, Iran.
- "Electroactive polymer actuators for medical applications," IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe Conference (2013), Berlin, Germany.
- "Navigating conjugated polymer actuated neural probes in a brain phantom," SPIE Smart Structures and Materials (2012), San Diego, CA.
- "Mechanical characterization of conducting polymer actuated neural probes under physiological settings," SPIE Smart Structures and Materials (2010), San Diego, CA.
- Daneshvar ED, Smela E, "Characterization of conjugated polymer actuation under cerebral physiological conditions," Advanced Healthcare Materials (2014).
- Abidian MR, Daneshvar ED, Egeland BM, Kipke DR, Cederna PS, Urbanchek MG, "A hybrid conducting polymer-hydrogel conduit for peripheral nerve regeneration,'' Advanced Healthcare Materials (2012).
- Daneshvar ED, Kipke DR, Smela E, "Navigating conjugated polymer actuated neural probes in a brain phantom;· Proc. SPIE Smart Struct. Mater. Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD), vol. 8340, March (2012).
- Daneshvar ED, Smela E, Kipke DR, "Mechanical characterization of conducting polymer actuated neural probes under physiological settings," Proc. SPIE Smart Struct. Mater. Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD), vol. 7642, March (2010).