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Bradley J Roth
I was born in Clinton, Iowa in 1960, and was raised in Morrison, Illinois. I attended the University of Kansas, majoring in Physics (BS, 1982) and Vanderbilt University (MS, 1985; PhD, 1987). In graduate school I worked in the Living State Physics Laboratory headed by John Wikswo. In 1988, I joined the Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation Program at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. My research at NIH centered on three themes: cardiac electrophysiology, magnetic stimulation of nerves, and analysis of the electroencephalogram. From 1995 to 1998, I was the Robert T. Lagemann Assistant Professor of Living State Physics at Vanderbilt. In 1998, I accepted my current position as a Professor in the Department of Physics at Oakland University. In 2006 I was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (Division of Biological Physics). My citation reads "For his theoretical and numerical studies of bioelectric and biomagnetic phenomena, especially for his contributions to the bidomain model of the heart."
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