Director, Healthcare Technologies Management Program, Clinical Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Olin Engineering 501
Ph.D., 1998, Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University
M.E.M., 1986, Engineering Management, Northwestern University
M.S., 1980, Bioengineering, University of Michigan
B.S., 1979, General Engineering, University of Illinois
Selected recent publications
Goldberg, J. R. "The Healthcare Technologies Management Program: Preparing Biomedical and Clinical Engineers for Career Advancement," Journal of Clinical Engineering/Wolters Kluwer Health, 38 (4), 168-174, 2013.
Goldberg, J., Cariapa, V., Corliss, G., and Kaiser, K. “Benefits of Industry Involvement in Multidisciplinary Capstone Design Courses”, International Journal of Engineering Education, In Press, 2013.
Goldberg, J. R. "Learning to Identify Unmet Needs and New Product Opportunities,"International Journal of Engineering Education, 28 (2), 2012.
Goldberg, J. R. Capstone Design Courses: Preparing Biomedical Engineers for the Real World. Denver, CO: Morgan and Claypool, 2012.
Goldberg, J. R. "How Industry Benefits from Student Design," Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry Magazine (9th ed., vol. 35, pp. 28-35): UBM Canon, 2013.
Goldberg, Jay R (Co-Principal), Ropella, Kristina (Principal), "KEEN Implementation at Marquette University," Sponsored by The Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Family Foundation, Inc., (September 1, 2014 - August 31, 2016).
Goldberg, Jay R (Principal), "Multidisciplinary Team-Based Design Education in Biomedical Engineering," Sponsored by NIH R25. (2011 - 2016).