Gerald R. Edelstein, MS

Manager-Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratories

Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratories

gedelste@du.edu | ECS 229 | 303-871-3129

Professional Experience

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, Denver, Colorado
Director, Engineer Laboratories
Adjunct Professor
Courses: Concepts III, Applications I & II, and Information & Technology

THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER (UCHSC)
Assistant Professor / Director of Radiological Engineering (1995 – 1998)
At UCHSC I managed projects involving the installation and acceptance testing of computer imaging systems. Specified and directed the installation of Computed Radiography /PACS systems for the hospital’s intensive care units. Managed the hospitals x-ray services department and was responsible for the technical performance of computer imaging equipment. Other responsibilities included assurance of compliance of x-ray equipment with FDA and State regulations, teaching computer science, ultrasound physics and a radiology resident physics review course.

THE HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYVANIA
Diagnostic Imaging Physicist (1992 – 1995)
Responsibilities were similar to those at UCHSC.

ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER (AEMC) – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Assistant Clinical Professor / Director of Radiology Information and Imaging Systems (1975 – 1992)
At AEMC I developed computer information and financial systems, designed a digital x-ray imaging system which reduced patient exposure by 80%. Other responsibilities included managing the hospitals x-ray services department, maintaining the technical performance of computer imaging equipment, insuring compliance of x-ray equipment with FDA and State regulations, and teaching radiology resident physics course.

MEMORIAL / SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER – New York, NY
Senior Physicist (1968 – 1974)
My experience at Memorial/Sloan-Kettering included developing standards for one of the first Regional X-ray Calibration Laboratories in conjunction with the National Bureau of Standards, and designing and building electrometers and ion chambers for the calibration of Linear Accelerators, Betatrons and Co-60 radiation therapy equipment.

Education

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Post Graduate Courses in Computer Science (1982 – 1986)

Hunter College – New York, New York
Master of Arts in Physics 1969
Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Mathematics 1965