Guruprasad "Guru" MadhavanGuruprasad "Guru" Madhavan

PhD Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant

Research interests: chronic health and disorders, integrative physiology, market planning for medical technologies and public health leadership
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guru@binghamton.edu

 

 

 

Research Focus

My central investigative focus is targeted toward applying systems bioengineering and instrumentation approaches in the area of integrative physiology and preventative biomedicine, more specifically towards an understanding of how the interactions between physiological systems (specifically, cardiovascular, neuromuscular, and somatosensory systems) cause regulation and how these interactions influence both health and disease. In particular, efforts are being invested to investigate the effects of non-invasive biophysical intervention (mechanical and electrical stimuli) in the overall mediation of the cardiovascular regulation through the activation of calf muscle pump and reflex-based mechanosensory mechanisms.

Education

  • PhD (August 2008) -- Biomedical Engineering, SUNY at Binghamton, New York
  • MBA (May 2007) -- Leadership and Healthcare Management, SUNY at Binghamton, New York
  • MS (December 2002) -- Biomedical Engineering, SUNY at Stony Brook, New York
  • BE (Distinction with Honors; May 2001) -- Instrumentation & Control Engineering, University of Madras, India

Selected Professional Appointments

  • IEEE Binghamton Section, GOLD and Student Activities Chair (2007- Present)
  • IEEE Region 1/Student Professional Awareness Conference Support Coordinator (2007-Present)

Research Publications

  • Madhavan G, Stewart JM, McLeod KJ, (2005), Effect of plantar micromechanical stimulation on cardiovascular responses to immobility. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. Vol. 84 (5), pp.338-45 [Pubmed Link]
  • Madhavan G, (2005), Fundamentals of Plethysmography, Biomed Instrum Technol. 2005 Vol. 39(5), pp.367-71 [Pubmed Link]
  • Madhavan G, Stewart JM, McLeod KJ, (2006), Cardiovascular systemic regulation by plantar surface stimulation. Biomed Instrum Technol. Vol. 40(1), pp.78-84 [Pubmed Link]
  • Gueldner SH, Britton GR, Madhavan G, Pierce CS, Grabo TN, Penrod J, Stucke SA, Liu C-F (2007),Ultrasonometric Profiling of Incidence and Risk of Osteoporosis in Rural Women, J Women and Aging, Vol 20, No. 1 (In Press)
  • Madhavan G, Goddard AA, McLeod KJ., (2007), Effect of Plantar Micromechanical Stimulation on Delayed Orthostatic Hypotension, Arch Phys Med Rehabil (Revision Submitted)
  • Madhavan G, McLeod KJ., (2007), Time Course of the Cardiovascular Responses to Exogenous Plantar Stimulation, In Preparation

Book Chapters

  • Pierce CS, Madhavan G, McLeod KJ., (2007), Emerging approaches in the prevention of osteoporosis, in Osteoporosis: Clinical Guidelines for Prevention, Diagnosis, and Managementby Gueldner SH et al (Eds), Springer Publishing Company, ISBN: 082610276x
  • Vincent M, Madhavan G, McLeod KJ., (2007), Evolutionary Processes as Conceptual Metaphor for Innovative Design Processes in Engineering, in Innovations 2007: World Innovations in Engineering Education and Research by Aung W et al (Eds), iNEER Press, Virginia, USA (Forthcoming)
  • Gueldner SH, Madhavan G, Newman ED, Pierce CS., (2007), Diagnostics, Therapeutics, and Health Informatics in Osteoporosis, in Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems by Wickaramasinghe et al (Eds), IDEA Press, USA (Forthcoming)

Selected Honors

  • Young Technologist of the Year Award, Technology Alliance of Central New York (2007)
  • Binghamton University Council/Foundation Award (2007)
  • IEEE-USA Divisional Professional Leadership Award (2006)

Last Updated: 1/15/14