Dr. Petelenz is a Research Associate Professor with the Biomedical Engineering Dept at the University of Utah. His work focuses on the multidisplinary nature of medical device development, including device design, regulatory compliance, and clinical implementation. He is currently the co-PI for the National Science Foundation's I-Corps program at the University of Utah, and additionally he provides guidance to Bench to Bedside teams.
Professor Petelenz teaches the BioDesign, BioInnovate and Regulatory Affairs for BioEngineers courses.
Medical device design, bioinstrumentation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, minimally-invasive diagnostic and therapeutic systems, medical sensors, RF and wireless sensors and systems, drug delivery systems, prosthetic devices with neural control, FDA Regulatory Affairs with focus on medical device design control.
MS Applied Physics / Microelectronics, Silesian University of Technology
PhD Bioengineering, University of Utah