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TR35 - Juan Sebastian Osorio

Antioqua School of Engineering and CES University
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Juan Sebastian Osorio-Valencia is a Biomedical Engineer from Antioquia School of Engineering (EIA) and CES University (2009). He was born in Medellín, Colombia. His academic research experience include projects in the fields of bioinstrumentation and signal processing, mainly in design and development of medical devices for Neonatal Care Units. He is very interested in data fusion techniques and personalized medicine. He was an academic visitor at the University of Oxford (2008), a visiting engineer at the Laboratory for Computational Physiology (Harvard-MIT HST, 2010), a research engineer at the Bioinstrumentation Lab (EIA-CES University), and currently, Project Manager at Sana Mobile Health and master student at the TU Munich (Germany).