Our Simbios and NIH team is creating a world-class center for biomedical computation. My role includes disseminating resources, algorithms, and software applications as well as providing workshops and classes for researchers, clinicians, and instructors.
About Paul: From Milton Massachusetts, Paul studied engineering at Tufts University, University of Virginia, and Stanford University (Ph.D. with Thomas Kane). Paul developed motion simulation software, including the symbolic manipulator Autolev, Interactive Physics, Working Model 2D/3D/4D, and MSC.visualNastran 4D. Paul worked at M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory, NASA Ames, Knowledge Revolution, and MSC.Software Inc., and recently returned to Stanford as a consulting Mechanical Engineering professor and staff member in Bioengineering.