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CURRICULUM  VITAE

      

          Boris I. Gramatikov

        

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Grants, Awards and Fellowships

Publications

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Employment

Affiliations

Patents (Bulgaria)

Mentoring

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Conference Organizer

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EDUCATION               

1983

 Ph.D. in Technical Sciences from the Technical University of Sofia - Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technology.
Ph.D. Thesis: Electronic Devices for Automatic Processing of Phonocardiographic Signals. Technical University of Sofia, 1983, UDK 616-7. Central Library of Science and Technology - Sofia, Ref. No. DS 3168. 

1973-78

 Dipl.-Eng. from the Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany, School of Technical and Biomedical Cybernetics, concentration in Biomedical Engineering and Bionics (today:  Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics). Major: Biomedical Engineering and Bionics.

1975    Probation training at the Medical Academy, Erfurt, Germany, Department of Audiometry and Acoustic Evoked Potentials 
1977    Pre-graduation training at the Regional Hospital - Eisenhuettenstadt; Instrumentation design -  Rheography; Clinical engineering training. 
1978    Received the Dipl.-Eng. degree in Biomedical Engineering with summa cum laude ("Auszeichnung")

1966-71

 English Language High School in Plovdiv, Bulgaria; all subjects were taught in English; graduated with honours.

 

EMPLOYMENT and INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS
 

2003-present

Assistant Professor

Laboratory of Ophthalmic Optics, Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at The Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute, Johns Hopkins University,  Baltimore, MD, USA

2000

Research Associate

Laboratory of Ophthalmic Optics, Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at The Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute, Johns Hopkins University,  Baltimore, MD, USA

1996 - 2000

Research Associate

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University - School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA

1995-1996

Associate Professor

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

1994

Research Associate

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),  

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

1993-1994

Visiting scientist

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry
A 7-month sabbatical sponsored by the Commission for Science and Technological Development of the European Community,  DG XII. 

1993

Visiting scientist 

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University - School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
A 4-month exchange visit, sponsored by the Fogarty International Center, NIH, Bethesda, MD. 

1987-1993

Research Associate

Department of Biomedical Engineering, (CLEMA),  Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria 
and EMA Engineering - a state-owned enterprise for medical equipment, Sofia, Bulgaria

1986-1987

Visiting scientist 

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry
4 months sabbatical sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) 

1979-1986

R&D Engineer

Department of Biomedical Engineering, (CLEMA), Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria 

Duties included design from specifications to delivery, requirement analysis, coding, debugging and final testing. Research and development. Signal processing of biomedical signals, mainly related to Electrocardiology, Pulmology, Plethysmography and Ophthalmology. Performed Assembly language, Pascal and C-language programming for a variety of microprocessor based medical instruments.

 

PROJECTS and ACHIEVEMENTS
 

Year

Project

Institution

Role

2012-present

  • Retinal birefringence scanning (RBS) combined with optical coherence tomography (OCT). RBS will be used to provide precise identification of central fixation.

Imaging Method for Diagnosing Retinal Disease in Infants and Children: Swept Source Optical Coherence Tomography Synchronized with Central Fixation

 

 

Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at The Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Duke University.

Co-PI

 

The Hartwell Foundation - Biomedical Research Collaboration Award

 

Screening device for binocular dysfunction, to detect minute misalignment of childrens’ eyes

 

 

 

Optimization of artificial blinking for anti-suppression binocular treatment of amblyopia

 

 

2000-present

The Hartwell Foundation Individual Biomedical Research Award 2009  (Boris Gramatikov)

Pediatric Vision Screening Instrument for Early Detection of Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

  • Retinal birefringence scanning for detection of central fixation in young children
  • Studying the interference of corneal birefringence in retinal birefringence scanning
  • Determination of ocular defocus using the double-pass blur image of a point source 
  • Building an eye-fixation monitor with no moving parts
  • Improved target for a defocus measuring system
  • Improving a computer model of retinal birefringence scanning
  • Building an improved early prototype of the 2002 Pediatric Vision Screener
  • Use of retinal nerve fiber layer birefringence in retinal scanning for biometric purposes
  • Development of a a Directional Eye Fixation Sensor with no moving parts
  • Use of retinal birefringence scanning for identification of patients with ADHD – pilot project

Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at The Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine

PI on an Individual Biomedical Research Award from The Hartwell Foundation (2009-2012)

 

Research Faculty

1999-2000

Developed an optical fluorescence imaging system for recording of transmembrane action potentials of beating isolated perfused rabbit hearts. 

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Project Leader

1999-2000

Developed a portable device for long-term ECG recording and analysis in patients with chest pain - Supported by a Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) award.

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University. A joint project with a company, DVP, Inc. (later InHand Electronics, Inc.)

Co-PI; Designer of the ECG amplifier and data acquisition, ECG analysis algorithms.

1997

Examined autoregressive methods for differentiation between ventricular fibrillation caused by different types of stimulation during implantation of ICDs.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD in collaboration with Mid-Carolina Cardiology, Charlotte, NC, supported in part by Medtronic, Inc.

Project Leader

1996-97

Studied dynamic differences between ventricular fibrillation types

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, and the The Institute of Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering), Genova, Italy 
Section Signal Analysis in Cardiology - SAC

Research Collaborator

1998-99

Developed a computer model of myocardial depolarization under local ischemia.

In collaboraion with Mahesh Shenai, a graduate student at Johns Hopkins back then.

Department of Biomedical Engineering,

Johns Hopkins University

Project Leader

1997

Studied different pacing patterns on isolated heart models (Langendorff preparations) 

Department of Biomedical Engineering,

Johns Hopkins University

Project Leader

1996-97

Examined Ischemic changes in isolated Langendorff hearts

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Project Leader

1996

Studied the dynamical difference obtained from different simultaneously recorded leads of ECG signals, using the MIT-BIH Arrhythmia Data Base

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,

Sofia, and the Institute of Electronic Circuits (now: The Institute of Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering), Genova, Italy

Research collaborator

1994-95

Conducted research on Identification of ischemic changes in the ECG during PTCA using conventional ST and spectral methods for inta-QRS analysis

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

and Third Regional Hospital - Sofia, Division of Cardiology

Project Leader

1993-94

A project on Body Surface Mapping.

Conducted a study on Reducing the number of leads in body surface potential mapping and Variability of body surface maps in normal patients

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics,
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry

Independent Project

1993

Introduced a series of improvements to the Bulgarian interpretive ECG machine ECG 321.

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia, Enterprise for Medical Instrumentation (EMA) - Sofia, Bulgaria

Project Leader

1993

Worked on detection of ischemic changes in the ECG by means of the Wavelet transform applied to signals from animal models and from human patients before and after PTCA.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Cardiology, Baltimore, MD

Project Leader

1992-93 

Examined the potential of time-frequency distributions obtained from the signal-averaged ECG for prediction of late potentials and ventricular tachycardia - STFT and Wavelet transform.

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia and Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Project Leader

1994-96 

Directed a team of software engineers for ECG acquisition and analysis (C, C++/ Windows) using a PC-based ECG system. 

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Project Leader

1988-93 

Built an amplifier, computer hardware and software for detection of His- and Late potentials in the high resolution signal-averaged ECG.

Developed and implemented improved methods for time- and frequency domain measurement and analysis. Examined the effect of different types of digital filters.

Was responsible for the clinical probation of the device as well.

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Independent Project, Hardware design, Programmer/Analyst

1990-91 

Designed, built, programmed and implemented a Computer front-end module and real time custom software for studying test animals' behaviour under stress induced by means of controlled stimulation

The Pharmaceutical Research Institute - NIHFI,  today Sopharma - Sofia, Bulgaria;

In close collaboration with Professor Mile Taskov, MD

Project Leader, Hardware design, Programmer/Analyst

1989-90 

Designed, programmed and implemented a PC-based Data Aqcuisition and Data Processing System for experimental investigation of the mechanical responses of isolated biological tissues to electrical stimulation (Coding in Pascal and C-language).

Institute of Physiology (now of Neurobiology), Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Sofia, Bulgaria

In close collaboration with Professor Lubomir Kasakov, MD

Independent Project, Hardware design, Programmer/Analyst

1989-90

Studied abnormalities of the auditory system by conducting statistical analysis of parameters obtained from X-ray images of the inner and middle ear (histograms, t-statistics, etc.). 

Department of Radiology, Medical Academy, Sofia

In close collaboration with Professor Angel Tomov, MD.

Independent Project, Statistical analysis

1984-89

Developed and implemented a PC based ECG System 1222 for acquisition, diagnostic interpretation and disk archival of the 12-lead ECG.

(Coding in Forth,C-language and Assembler)

The system was commercially available as the Interpretive ECG-Computers 1222, of which 35 units were produced and installed in various Bulgarian hospitals. 

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Project received quality awards. 

Project Leader

Hardware design

Programmer/Analyst

1986-90 

Designed and implemented a PC-based data acquisition and data processing lab system for a fully automated real-time control of cardiological experiments in mid-large animal research. Performed requirement analysis, algorithm, hardware and software development. Stimulation and signal acquisition from 8 analog channels, real time display, measurement and evaluation of various electrophysiological, hemodynamic and mechanical parameters during an 8-hour experiment, and off-line statistical analysis (coding in Pascal and C-language)

The Pharmaceutical Research Institute - NIHFI, now Sopharma Sofia, Bulgaria

In close collaboration with Professor Mile Taskov, MD

Project Leader

Hardware design

Programmer/Analyst

1987-89 

Responsible for the collection of two clinically anotated clinical ECG data bases for validation of interpretive ECG devices. 

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Team work

1987

Developed software for data acquisition and analysis of biomechanical signals and body movements (1D, 2D) recorded during Academic Rowing (coding in Pascal language). Bulgarian patent issued.

An independent contract with the Bulgarian Federation of Rowing - Sofia. 

Independent Project

1986-87 

Developed a technique and a software module for identification of the WPW syndrome in the ECG (coding in Fortran language) 

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry

Independent Project, Fellowship

1987-90 

Developed ECG processing modules (digital filtering, QRS detection etc.) in Assembly language for the ECG Intensive Care Monitors M 101, 203, 301. 

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Team participant

1983

Designed, coded and built a microprocessor controlled Forced Expiration Analyser - an early prototype of the Expiration Analyzer SpiroComp for diagnostic Purposes (Coding in Macro-Assembler)

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Team work

1983-88

Developed algorithms and code for ECG analysis for the Bulgarian microprocessor-based Interpretive Electrocardiographs with measurement and classification capabilities), Series 123X, 126X, 331 - commercially available. (Coding was done in Assembly and Forth language)

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia 

Team member

1983-90

Participated in the development of various diagnostic equipment: SpiroComp, Pace-Stop, PaceComp etc.

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia 

Team member

1983-84 

Responsible for different hardware support projects for facilitating R&D in biomedical instrumentation: EPROM programmers, floppy disk controllers, A-D converters, microprocessor emulators, asynchronous serial and parallel communications.

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia 

Independent Project

1980

Developed an enhanced Microprocessor Development System (MDS) for embedded hardware design, emulation and programming for 8-bit Motorola microprocessors. 

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia 

Independent Project

1980-83 

Designed and built two microprocessor-based devices called PhonoCardioSelectors for automatic signal acquisition and screening diagnostics of phonocardiographic signals (PCG) in children.

Performed feature extraction and developed diagnostic classification criteria
(Device coded in Assembly language)

Pediatric Clinic, Medical Academy - Sofia, 

CLEMA (Biomedical Engineering Department), Medical Academy, Sofia

Technical University, Sofia

In collaboration with:

·  Prof. Paraskeva Ninova, MD

·  Prof. Ivan Daskalov, D.Sc. 

·  Prof. Ivan Dotsinsky, DSc.

Ph.D. Thesis

1982

Participated in the development of a Nystagmus Analyzer

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Sofia

Team work

1981 

An Electronic Device for Objective Neurophysiological Examinations on Human Subjects by measuring the responses to different types of random stimulations

Sports Academy, Sofia 

Team work

1978-79 

Developed 4 models of portable digital plethysmographic heart rate meters

CLEMA, Medical Academy - Sofia

Team work

1977 

Designed and built programmable logic for automated experimental investigations of the peripheral nervous system in insects

Technical University, Ilmenau, Germany

Graduation project

1976 

Designed and built a Two-Channel Rheograph using the 4-electrode principle

Technical University, Ilmenau, and Regional Hospital, Eisenhuettenstadt, Germany.

Independent student project


 

PATENTS and INVENTION DISCLOSURES through Johns Hopkins University:

Name of invention

Inventors

Date of disclosure (priority date)

Date patent was issued or allowed

Method and Apparatus for Detecting Fixation of at least one Eye of a Subject on a Target.

 US Patent No. 8,678,592 B2

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton,

Kristina Irsch

March 9, 2012

 

Issued

on

March 25, 2014

Eye tracking and gaze fixation detection systems, components and methods using polarized light. 

US Patent No. 9,737,209 B2

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton,

Kristina Irsch

May 15, 2013

 

Issued

on

August 22, 2017.

 Method and System for Improving Aiming during Optical Coherence Tomography on Young Children by Synchronization with Retinal Birefringence Scanning.  

US Patent No. 10,004,397 B2

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton,

Kristina Irsch (Johns Hopkins University)

 

Cynthia Toth,

Joseph Izatt,

Oscar Carrasco-Zevallos

(Duke University)

Oct 2, 2013

 

 

 

Issued

on

June 26, 2018

Apparatus and Method for Minimizing the Influence of Corneal Birefringence on the Analysis of Eye Fixation and Focus Using Retinal Birefringence Scanning. 

US Patent No. 9,713,423 B2

Kristina Irsch,

David Guyton,

Boris Gramatikov

March 15, 2013

 

 

 

Issued

on

July 25, 2017

 Eye Alignment Monitor and Method.

US Patent No. 10,314,482

David Guyton,

Howard Ying,

Kristina Irsch,

Boris Gramatikov,

R. Geary,

J. Tian

Feb 19, 2014

 

Issued

on

 June 11, 2019

 

Fast X-Y axis Bright Pupil Tracker.

US Patent No. 10,314,843

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton  

Nov 4, 2014

 

Issued

on

June 11, 2019

 

Compensating for polarization changes introduced by components with retardation in polarization-sensitive retinal scanning systems. 

International application (PCT) filed in the US receiving patent office, April 6, 2020; International application number PCT/US20/26840; Attorney docket number P15768-02, EFS ID 39071779; JHU Reference C15768. Provisional patent filed on April 5, 2019 by JHU (P15768-01).

 

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton

April 5, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

pending

A Method for Detecting Short-Lasting Moments of Fixation on a Target Using Time-Frequency Distributions

(invention disclosure to JHU)

Boris Gramatikov,

David Guyton,

Kristina Irsch

March 9, 2011

 

March 25, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Myocardial Ischemia Monitor 

(invention disclosure to JHU)

Nitish V. Thakor,

Boris Gramatikov

August 1997

 

Ischemia Detection in Implantable Devices

(invention disclosure to JHU)

Ananth Natarajan,

Boris Gramatikov,

 Nitish V. Thakor

August 1997

 

 

PATENTS - Issued by the Bulgarian Patent Office
(all in collaboration with other inventors)

A device for control of the training process in rowing

N. 46420, 1988

A device for fixing and measurement of distances and time intervals

N. 38613, 1984

A method for recording of phonocardiograms

N 34472, 1982

A method for analog-to-digital conversion and storage of the PCG

N 32434, 1981

Method for automatic analysis of phonocardiographic signals 

N 32433, 1981

Automatic gain control of phonocardiographic signals

N 31523, 1981

A generator of random time intervals

N 32557, 1981

Portable heart rate meter

N 28285, 1978

Electronic cell counter for the clinical laboratory

N 28669, 1978

Mechanical percent counter 

N 27685, 1978

All patents are institutionally owned and cover Bulgaria only.
 

CERTIFICATES FOR INNOVATIONS:   7 (Issued by the Ministry of Health and the Medical Academy, Sofia)


 

GRANTS, AWARDS and FELLOWSHIPS

 

Name

Funding Source

Funding Period

Collaborators

The Hartwell Foundation - Biomedical Research Collaboration Award 2012

Imaging Method for Diagnosing Retinal Disease in Infants and Children: Swept Source Optical Coherence Tomography Synchronized with Central Fixation

Role: Co-PI with Cynthia Toth, MD, Duke University

Percent effort: 50%

 

 

The Hartwell Foundation

 

2012-2015

Co-PI: Cynthia Toth, MD, Professor, Duke University

Joseph Izatt, Ph.D., Professor, Duke University

 

David Guyton, MD, Professor, Johns Hopkins University

Kristina Irsch, Ph.D, Assist. Prof., Johns Hopkins University.

The Hartwell Foundation Individual Biomedical Research Award 2009  (Boris Gramatikov)

Pediatric Vision Screening Instrument for Early Detection of Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Role: PI, percent effort: 50%

The Hartwell Foundation

 

2010 - 2013

David Guyton, MD, Professor, Johns Hopkins University

Kristina Irsch, Ph.D, Assist. Prof., Johns Hopkins University.

Retinal birefringence analysis in strabismus and amblyopia
Role: Co-investigator, percent effort: 50%

NIH1R01 EY12883

 

2000-2003

David G. Hunter, MD, PhD
Ophthalmology
Children's Hospital Boston

A Portable Physiological Signal Processor, for a Novel Programmable Cardiac Monitor (Phase I and II)
Role: Co-Principal Investigator, percent effort: 35%

The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)

August 1998 
- July 2000

DVP, Inc.
(now
InHand Electronics, Inc.)

Implantable Myocardial Ischemia Detection Technology
Role: Principal Investigator at the time of the award; percent effort:  50%

NIH, 1 R43 HL61995-01A1, 
SBIR, Phase I

October 1999 - 
   August 2000

Infinite Biomedical Technologies (IBT)

An Optical System for Epicardial Fluorescence Imaging
Role: Co-Investigator, percent effort: 10%

NIH, 1 R43 HL61128-01,

SBIR, Phase I

October 1999   - July 2000

Infinite Biomedical Technologies (IBT)

An Interactive Two-Dimensional Computer Model of Myocardial Depolarization
Role: Co-Investigator

Kenan Fund - Johns Hopkins University, 1999-2000

October 1999 - July 2000

Vivek Iyer
undergraduate student, 
Johns Hopkins University

Using the correlation dimension to study dynamical difference obtained from different simultaneously recorded leads of ECG signals from the MIT-BIH Arrhythmia Data Base

Italian National Research Council (Consiglio Nazionale di Richerche, CNR)

 

1996

2 weeks

Institute of Circuits and Systems, Genova, Italy

Detection of specific morphologies and measurement of diagnostic parameters in the electrocardiogram.

Role: Co-Investigator, percent effort:  10% (PI: Prof. Ivan Daskalov)

Bulgarian National Research Fund, L-516/95

 

1995-1996

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and

Bulgarian National Cardiological Center

Development of a computer-based system for electrocardiographic body-surface potential mapping of the human torso. Initial application to myocardial ischemia detection.
Role: Principal Investigator, percent effort 20%

Bulgarian National Research Fund,
L-613/96

 

1993-1994

Center of Biomedical Engineering (now Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering),

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and
Bulgarian National Cardiological Center

Detection of ischemia-relared intra-QRS changes in the electrocardiogram.

FIRCA award from the Fogarty International Center, NIH

 

1993

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University - School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

Reducing the number of leads in body surface potential mapping and variability of body surface maps in normal patients. Defining a baseline map to be used in serial departure maps for detection of allograft rejection after heart transplantation.

Commission for Science and Technological Development of the European Community,  DG XII. 

 

 

1993-1994

7 months

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics,
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry

Detection of the WPW syndrome in the ECG and identification of risk factors for paroxysmal tachycardias after myocardial infarction.

The German Academic Exchange Service (Duetscher Academisher Austauschdienst)

 

 

1986-1987

4 months

Medical University Hannover, GermanyInstitute of Medical Informatics,
Department of Biosignal Processing and Biometry

 



INVITED SPEAKER
 

 

2019

Schepens Eye Research Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, Nov 19, 2019: “Integrating retinal birefringence scanning with OCT for pediatric applications – challenges and solutions”

2018

McPherson Eye Research Institute (MERI) and Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI),  University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI, Sept 10, 2018:  “Utilizing the birefringent properties of the human fovea in the design of ophthalmologic diagnostic instrumentation” 

2018

Hawaii Center for Advanced Communications, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, July 19, 2018: “Signal processing and decision making algorithms in vision screening”

2018

The College of Optics & Photonics (CREOL), University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, June 29, 2018: “Polarization-sensitive scanning of the retina – from moving to no-moving part designs”

2018

Optical Society of America (OSA) Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, program topic “Imaging Systems and Applications”, June 25-27, 2018, Orlando, FL: “Integrating Retinal Birefringence Scanning and Optical Coherence Tomography for Pediatric Retinal Imaging”

2018

Research Institute Langevin, Paris, France (affiliated with ESPCI, CNRS, Inserm, and The Sorbonne University): March 26, 2018: “Combining retinal birefringence scanning with long working distance OCT for pediatric applications – challenges and solutions”;  Invited lecture. 

2018

Quinze-Vingts Eye Hospital, Centre Hospitalier National D’Ophthalmologie, Paris, France; March 26, 2018: “Retinal-birefringence-scanning-guided optical coherence tomography for imaging in awake pediatric subjects during central fixation”.

2018

Department of Medical Engineering and Physics, Guy’s King’s and St. Thomas’ School of Medicine, King’s College London, UK; March 21, 2018: “Decision making and classification methods applied to retinal birefringence measurements in vision screening”. Invited lecture.

2016

Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and Section of Biomedical Engineering, Union of the Bulgarian Scientists  – Sofia, Bulgaria; June 9, 2016: “Detecting vision abnormalities by means of laser scanning of the retina”

2016

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, March 31, 2016: “Detecting vision-related abnormalities in young children using novel ophthalmic instrumentation”.  Invited lecture.

2016

The Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis and Applications, Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland College Park, Feb 18, 2016  Detecting central fixation by means of retinal birefringence scanning and time-frequency analysis”.

http://www.norbertwiener.umd.edu/FFT/2016/schedule.html

2013

IEEE Region 2, IEEE Baltimore Section, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) Chapter and IEEE-USA, Technical Colloquium and Professional Development Seminar: “Using continuous eye fixation monitoring in medical diagnostics – tools and trends”

2013

Annapolis Café Scientifique, Annapolis, MD – Recent Advances in Biomedical Optics”

2012

Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD - “Polarized Light in Optics, Optoelectronics, Technology and Biomedicine”

2011

IEEE EMB chapter, Technical and Professional Development Seminar at the National Electronics Museum, Baltimore, MD – “ Physiological background, optical principles  and electronic technologies for tracking eye movements based on foveal information”.

2011

IEEE at JHU Distinguished Speaker Seminar Series, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Johns Hopkins University- Homewood campus,  Baltimore, MD – “Detecting eye fixation using retinal information – from biophysics to optoelectronics and instrumentation”

http://web.jhu.edu/announcements/faculty-staff/targetpage.html?baid=33913

2011

Four o’clock Afternoon Research Meeting (FARM), Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD – “Central Fixation Monitoring and Gaze Direction Detection using Foveal Birefringence - Physical Principles, Electronic Methods and Signal Processing Techniques

2010

Medical Grand Rounds, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD – “Pediatric Vision Screening Instrument for Early Detection of Amblyopia”

2010

Centre of Biomedical Engineering, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and Section of Biomedical Engineering, Union of the Bulgarian Scientists  – Sofia, Bulgaria – “Use of Birefringence in Medical Optics and Electronics”

2001

IEEE Baltimore Section  -  Application of  Contemporary Signal Processing and Imaging Methods to Basic Biomedical Research and Clinical Diagnostics”

1997

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Baltimore Chapter  -  “Detection of Coronary Ischemia using Time-Frequency Methods”

1997

Mid-Carolina Cardiology - Charlotte, NC, USA  - “Differentiation of Different Ventricular Fibrillation Types in Human Patients, Using Autoregressive Methods”

1996

Institute of Electronic Circuits, Genova, Italy - “Wavelet Analysis for Time Frequency Distributions and Multiresolution Orthogonal Decompositions”.

1996

Institute of Clinical Physiology, University of Pisa, Italy - “Wavelets for Time-Frequency Analysis and Detection of Myocardial Ischemia”

1996

Computational Center,  University of Heidelberg, Germany - “The Orthogonal Wavelet Transform in Ischemia Detection”

1996

University of Heilbronn, Germany - “Advanced Signal Processing Techniques for ECG Signal Analysis”

1996

Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany - “Time-Frequency Distributions in ECG Analysis”

1993

Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany - “Modern Methods of Computer-Aided ECG Analysis”;  “Reducing the Number of Leads in Body Surface ECG Mapping”

 

 

 

MENTORING AT JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY (Most significant involvement)

Year

Mentee

Mentee’s Affiliation

Project

Publications

Awards won

 

2016

Ivan Gramatikov

Towson University, Baltimore, MD

Designing and testing a computer-based LCD shutter-glass controller for visual unsuppression in amblyopia

 

1

 

“Hot Topic” at ARVO 2017

 

2015

Shreya Rangarajan

Undergraduate Student

Olin College,

Needham, MA

1) Attention Attraction in RBS scanning

2) Device for fast pupil tracking

 

1

 

 

2006-2007

Nicole Frindt

Master Student, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Designing a system for early detection of signs of ADHD using continuous monitoring of the stability of central fixation

 

1

 

2005-2006

Mikael Agopov

Master Student, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Designing a system for retinal scanning for biometric purposes (Security Scanner)

 

1

 

 

2004-2008

Yi Kai Wu

Development Engineer and Master Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Computer modeling of a system for retinal birefringence scanning (RBS)

Developing an optimized opto-mechanical system for improved RBS

Developing the control electronics for an RBS system

 

 

11

 

2004

Elizabeth Bell

Undergraduate Student, Notre Dame College

Near triad activity in presbyopic adults with and without divergence insufficiency. A study using a horizontal eye tracker (pupilometer)

 

 

2003

Kevin Gemp, Elizabeth Bell

Undergraduate students

Summer interns

Dynamics of pupil size and accommodation with changing light conditions

 

 

2002-2003

Kevin Nusz

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Rapid, objective detection of cataract-induced blur using a bull's eye photodetector.

 

2

1997-1998

Anshul Thakral, Louis Stein, Mahesh Shenai

Undergraduate Students, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Efficiency of Anodal Pacing Patterns applied to Isolated Perfused Langendorff Rabbit Hearts

 

3

 Provost Award, JHU

1998-1999

Mahesh Shenai

 

 

Undergraduate-Master Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Computer Network Modeling of Myocardial Depolarization under normal and ischemic conditions. Feasibility of detecting ischemia from extracellular leads in the vicinity an ischemic spot.  Click here for details.

 

 

2

 Provost Award, JHU

 Barry Goldwater Award

 2000 USA Today's ALL-USA College Academic Second Team

1999-2000

Vivek Iyer

 

Undergraduate Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Intra-QRS detection of Ischemia in the European ST-T Data Base. 

Modeling of Myocardial Depolarization in the presence of Ischemia. Effects of drugs and genes.

 

 

2

 

William R. Kenan Award 1999-2000

Howard Hughes Summer Research Program 2000

1993

Jim Stefansic

Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Detection of morphologic changes in the ECG with removal of myocardial ischemia by means of  PTCA

 

1

 

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Boris Gramatikov is listed as the course director and preceptor for the course SIGNAL ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING IN OPHTHALMIC OPTICS, as described on  p. 117 (2018 edition) of the Electives Book: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (under Ophthalmology).

 

Year

Course

Location

2014

Digital Signal Processors and Development Tools(4 hours) – a Continuous Education course for the Baltimore, Washington DC, and North Virginia Sections of the IEEE

National Electronics Museum, Linthicum, MD

 

1885, 1986

 Lectures on "Microprocessor systems" for biomedical and clinical engineers  (each year 60 hours)

Postgraduate Training Center at the Meditech Enterprise for medical equipment - Sofia, Bulgaria

1989 

 Practical Course "Fundamentals of computing technology" (70 hours) 

Technical University, Sofia, Section Computing Technology 

1990 

 Programming in Pascal on 16-bit computers (60 hours)

National Center for Informatics, Software products and Systems (SPS), Sofia, Bulgaria

1990

 Assembly language programming for 16 bit computers (60 hours) 

Technological Center for Automation, Central Research Institute for Complex Automation, Sofia, Bulgaria

1983-86 

 Supervised 3 graduation projects (Dipl. Eng. degree) in Biomedical Engineering 

Technical University, Sofia, Section Electronic Devices and Biomedical Engineering. 

 

 

In the news:

Challenges of Pediatric Fixation Screening and Detection of Amblyopia

Pie Magazine, Issue 2

 

REVIEWER

Editorial Board appointments (by invitation)

2003-2019

Biomedical Engineering OnLine

2010-present

Medical Devices: Evidence and Research

2015-present

Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics

2016-present

SM Journal of Biomedical Engineering

2017-present

EC Psychology and Psychiatry

2017-present

Journal of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

 

Reviewer with the following journals on Biomedical Engineering and Biomedical Optics:

Annals of Biomedical Engineering (Springer)

IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (IEEE)

Nature Photonics

Nature Scientific Reports

Biomedical Engineering OnLine (also member of the Editorial Board)

Journal of Biomedical Optics (SPIE)

Ophthalmology (Elsevier for the American Academy of Ophthalmology)

Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (Elsevier)

Physiological Measurement (IOP Science)

Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics (IOP Science)

Measurement Science and Technology (IOP Science)

Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (Springer)

Optical Engineering (SPIE)

Optik - International Journal for Light and Electron Optics (IJLEO), Elsevier

PLOS ONE

Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (Elsevier)

Medical Engineering & Physics (Elsevier)

BMC Medical Education (Springer Nature and BioMed Central)

BMC Ophthalmology (Springer Nature and BioMed Central), Associate Editor

Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC)

Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine (Elsevier)

Medical Devices: Evidence and Research (Dove Medical Press / Taylor & Francis)

(also Editorial Board member)

Clinical Ophthalmology (Dove Medical Press / Taylor & Francis Group)

Journal of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences /Austin (Editorial Board member)

Biophysical Reviews and Letters (World Scientific)

International Journal of Optics (Hindawi)

Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology (AAMI)

Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering (IEEE EMBS)

Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (Sciedu Press)

 

IF =   2.887 (2015)

IF =   2.468 (2017)

IF = 29.960 (2014)

IF =   5.228 (2015)

IF =   1.683 (2016)

IF =   3.40   (2015)

IF =   6.750 (2017)

IF =   1.521 (2017) 

IF =   1.617 (2015)

IF =   1.742 (2015)

IF =   1.352 (2015)

IF =   1.797 (2015)

IF =   0.880 (2012)

IF =   0.677 (2016)

IF =   2.806 (2016)

IF =   1.510 (2017)

IF =   1.819 (2018)

IF =   1.929 (2016)

IF =   1.586 (2018)

IF=    1.14 (Google)

IF=    2.840 (2018)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awarded Recognized Reviewer status by Elsevier

Invited Book Reviewer:

One-Chip Microcomputers” by Z. Karakehayov and S. Grigorov (ISBN 954-03-0146)

"Handbook of Biomedical Optics", edited by David A. Boas, Constantinos Pitris, and Nimmi Ramanujam. BioMedical Engineering OnLine 11:7, doi:10.1186/1475-925X-11-7, MS: 1483280662658623, 10 February 2012.

http://www.biomedical-engineering-online.com/content/11/1/7

“Encyclopedia of Software Engineering”, Wiley. ISBN: 9780471028956, DOI: 10.1002/0471028959  (reviewed one chapter only)

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/0471028959

 

Invited conference reviewer:

The 2nd International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2013)

The 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2015)

 The 5th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2016)

The 6th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2017)

The 7th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2018)

The 40th International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference of the IEEE (EMBC 2018)

IEEE International Symposium on Medical Imaging (ISBI 2019)

The Third International Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering (BIBE 2019)

IEEE International Symposium on Medical Imaging (ISBI 2020)

 

Invited reviewer for the following Foundations:

Czech Science Foundation

Physicians Services Incorporated (PSI) Foundation

Bulgarian National Science Fund (NSFB)

New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE), 2015 Science Investment Round

 

Reviewer with the Early Career Reviewer (ECR) program at the Center for Scientific Review (CSR, National Institutes of Health)

 

Other Areas of Expertise AND SCIENTIFIC UTTERANCE 

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
 

2002 - present

            Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)

1999 - present

IEEE and Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS),

·         IEEE Educational Activities Continuing Education Committee (CEC) – since January 1, 2018

·         IEEE Continuing Education Collaboration Task Force (Educational Activities Board)

·         IEEE TechEthics Ad Hoc Committee –  2018, 2019

http://sites.ieee.org/baltimore/

http://ewh.ieee.org/r2/baltimore/continuing_education/CEEE.htm

1997-1999

International Society for Computerized Electrocardiography (ISCE)

1994-1998

New York Academy of Sciences

1994-2000

American College of Clinical Engineering

1986-1996

International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)

1980-1996

 
Bulgarian National Society of Biomedical Physics and Engineering 
               Section of Biomedical Engineering
1988-1996 Secretary of the Biomedical Engineering Section

1988-1996

Union of the Bulgarian Scientists, Section of Technical Sciences, Membership No.1734



Conference organizer

 

Scientific Committee Member and Session Chairman of three international conferences on Biomedical Engineering in Eastern Europe (1985-1989)

Ophthalmology 2017, Las Vegas, NV – member of the Organizing Committee

3rd Global Pediatric Ophthalmology Congress 2018, London, UK – member of the Organizing Committee

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society’s (EMBS) 40th International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 17-21, 2018. Organizer and chair of Minisymposium “Using lasers and polarization-sensitive technology in retinal scanning/imaging”, WeAT19, (July 18, 2018); Associate Editor for Theme 02: “Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing”

International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering 2018 (8th ICBB 2018), Budapest, Hungary – member of the Scientific Committee

International Conference on Medical Imaging and Case Reports, (MICR-2018), 2018, Baltimore, MD, Oct 29-31, 2018,– member of the Organizing Committee

Ophthalmology 2018, 15-16 Nov 2018, Dallas, TX – member of the Organizing Committee  and  Keynote speaker

The Third International Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering (BIBE 2019), July 20-22, 2019, Hangzhou, China - member of the Technical Program Committee (TPC)

SCON World Congress on Optics, Photonics and Laser Technologies, June 27-28, 2019, Singapore – member of the Organizing Committee

20th International Conference on Ocular Pharmacology and Eye Care (Eye Care 2019), June 24-25, 2019, Philadelphia, PA – member of the Organizing Committee, Keynote speaker, and Session Chair.

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society’s (EMBS) 41st International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (July 23-27, 2019, Berlin, Germany). Organizer and chair of Mini-symposium “Applications of liquid crystal technologies in imaging systems for ophthalmology”, Session ThC12, Thursday July 25, 2019, 14:00 h, (Theme 02: “Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing”)

2nd International Conference on Medical Imaging and Case Reports, MICR-2019,  November 20-22, Boston, MA – member of the Organizing Committee and Keynote speaker.

42nd Annual International Conferences of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) in conjunction with the 43rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society  (July 20-24, 2020, Montréal, Québec, Canada). Organizer and chair of Mini-symposium 13: “Emerging biophotonic applications based on, or conjoined with OCT technologies”. (Theme 02: “Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing”).

International Conference on Lasers, Optics, Photonics & Sensors (LOPS 2020) in Association with the Canadian Academy of Sciences and the Canadian Education Agency Inc. (CAS). (rescheduled for) November 13-14, 2020, Orlando, FL. Scientific Committee member and key speaker.

 

 

DISTINCTIONS
 

2018

The 2018 Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education from the IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB)

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8632839

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8632839 (IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 62, No. 1, February 2019, p.67)

http://www.boris-gramatikov.net/Gramatikov_2018_IEEE%20EAB%20Award.html

Click here for official IEEE announcement.

2018

The 2017 Outstanding Professional Award of Region 2 (8 eastern US states) of the Institute of the Electric and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).For extensive engineering achievements and innovative contributions to the theory, design and validation of advanced diagnostic devices for cardiology and pediatric ophthalmology”

http://www.boris-gramatikov.net/Gramatikov_2018%20IEEE%20R2%20Award.html

2007-2013

Certificates of Appreciation as Director for Continuing Education, Baltimore Section, IEEE

2007

Certificate of Appreciation for services as Chairman of the Baltimore Section, IEEE (2006)

2005

Certificate for contributions to IEEE as a Secretary and ExCom member of the Baltimore Section

2004

Certificate for contributions to IEEE as a Treasurer and ExCom member of the Baltimore Section

2000 
and 
2001

Certificates for contributions to IEEE as a Chairman of the Baltimore Chapter of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)

1989

A gold medal "Honoured Inventor and Innovator" of the Department of Health and Social Care and the Department of Industry, Sofia, Bulgaria

1986

Testimonial from the Committee for Science and Technical Progress and the National Council for Industrial Aesthetics, for the development and design of a Three-channel Electrocardiograph, Sofia, Bulgaria 

1985

Gold medal of the Republican Young Investigators' Center for a project called "An intelligent Electrocardiograph", the 13-th Young Investigators' Review, Sofia, Bulgaria 

1980

Testimonial for successful participation in the 11-th Young Investigators' Review, Sofia, Bulgaria

1978

Distinction (Auszeichnung) upon graduating the Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany

1977

Gold medal "For Excellent Studies" from the Bulgarian Committee for Science, Technical Progress and Higher Education, handed by the Bulgarian Ambassador to Germany in Berlin, Germany

1977

Testimonial for excellent studies from the Bulgarian Embassy, Berlin, Germany

1976

Third prize - Second Scientific Review of the Bulgarian undergraduate and and graduate students in Germany, Berlin 

1975

First prize - Eighth Republican Young Investigators' Symposium, Sofia, Bulgaria 

1971

Gold medal upon graduating from the English Language School - Plovdiv, Bulgaria


 

SEMINARS / SPECIAL TRAINING

Enterprise Blockchain in Healthcare, IoT, Energy and Supply Chain, IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course),  Feb 1, 2020

Edge Computing, IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course),  May 18, 2019

Global Cybersecurity Trends and Practices (Terry Thompson), IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course),  Jan 20, 2018

Compliance Basics – 2018 (Online, Nov 30, 2017, Johns Hopkins University)

Supervisor Anti-Harassment & Title IX (EDU-US) (Online, July 31, 2017, Johns Hopkins University)

Compliance Basics – 2017 (Online, Dec 12, 2016, Johns Hopkins University)

Scholarly Publishing Symposium (Johns Hopkins University and Elsevier, Nov 9, 2016, Mountcastle Auditorium and Welch Library)

Conflict of Interest and Commitment (Sept 19, 2016)

Preparing for an active shooter in the clinical and non-clinical environment (JHU online), (May 17, 2016)

Design and Analysis of Embedded Automotive Networks (Sekar Kulandaivel), IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course), March 26, 2016

Drones - Principles, Components, Design and Control  (Jonathan McGee, Duy Tang), IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course),  Feb 6, 2016

Training and practice of unlicensed Clinical Research Stuff (online), June 2, 2015

Android Programming for Mobile Device. (B. Fashola),  IEEE Continuing Education (4-hour course), March 21, 2015

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Department-Division-Lab Meetings, May 14, 2014

SkillSoft Books 24 X 7  (Online, Dec 19, 2013)

   N. ERS Effort Reporting System – Certifiers  (Online, Oct 25, 2013)

Compliance Awareness (Oct 24, 2013)

Dean's Research Integrity Lecture Series - Research Integrity, the Importance of Collaborative Research (Oct 4, 2013)

Dean's Research Integrity Lecture Series - Research Integrity, the Importance of the Scientist as a Responsible Member of Society (Sept 24, 2013)

Time Management: How to Create 5 Extra Hours a Week for Your Use. JHU (David Yousem),  April 17, 2013

Negotiation Skills: The key to consensus and conflict resolution. Johns Hopkins University (Heather Mason Williams), Oct 11, 2012

Effective Meetings in Half the Time. Johns Hopkins University (Ray Perry), Sept 27, 2012

The Value of Art and Science of Systems Engineering and Project Management on Project Development Projects.  IEEE, National Electronics Museum, (Ayman Nassar), Feb 25, 2012

Your Best Year Ever: Managing Your Mission and Sense of Yourself, Johns Hopkins University (S. Robinson), Jan 19, 2012

Preparing your CV for Promotion, Johns Hopkins University, Dec 21, 2011

Speak Like a Pro: Part One, Johns Hopkins University (Karen Storey), Dec 2, 2011

Crucial Conversations, Johns Hopkins University (Linda Dillon Jones), March 17, 2011

Assertive Communications, Johns Hopkins University (Virginia Jacobs), Oct 14, 2010

E-mail Etiquette Seminar, Johns Hopkins University (Eric Vohr), May 20, 2010

Communicating With Others, Johns Hopkins University (Virginia Jacobs), May 3, 2010

Grantcraft Workshop, JHU (Vogel/Maloney/Linehan/Reese/Cheng), March 10, 2010

Conquering Negativity: Creating Optimism in the Workplace. JHU, (Mark Hankerson),  March 24, 2008

How to Be an Effective Mentee in a Mentoring Relationship. JHU, (Derek Haseltine and Lisa Heiser), Nov 15, 2006

MATLAB for Image Processing (MathWorks IP01 2-day course), Columbia, MD, 2005

Real-Time and Embedded Computing Conference, The RTC Group, Martin’s Crosswinds, 2004

Effort Reporting.  Web-based course, Johns Hopkins University, 2004.

Conflict of Interest and Commitment. Web-based course, Johns Hopkins University, 2003.

Ophthalmology for the Pediatrician.  Conference, Johns Hopkins University, 2000.

Human Subjects Research. Web-based course, Johns Hopkins University, 2000.

Clinical Trials.  Conference, Johns Hopkins University, 1999.

Essential Business Writing Skills. Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, 1999.

Grant Writing.  Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, 1997 and 2001

Clinical Engineering, International Workshop, ACCE/AAMI Meeting, Boston, 1993

Medical Device Marketing. Short course, WHO/Bulgarian Ministry of Health, Sofia, 1992

Authority and Leadership. Group-Dynamics Sommer School, The Free German University, West Berlin, August 1989

 

 

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