Lecturer in Digital Health
Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Strathclyde
Mario E Giardini graduated and received his PhD in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science in Pavia, Italy, and began in 1997 to work on medical instrumentation and technology, holding a scientist position at the Italian National Institute for Physics of Matter. He then moved to industry for three years to lead the R&D division of a European microscope manufacturer. He returned to academic research in 2008, and now holds a lectureship in Digital Health at the University of Strathclyde, where he develops technologies, devices and instruments for global healthcare, for field and point-of-care medicine and for medical robotics.
Products derived from his designs are currently sold and distributed worldwide.