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IIHR Researcher Elected AIMBE Fellow

Posted on March 6th, 2013
IIHR Research Engineer Ching-Long Lin (center) was recently inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). He is shown here receiving this honor from Chair of the AIMBE College of Fellows David Mooney (left) and AIMBE President Raphael C. Lee.

IIHR Research Engineer Ching-Long Lin (center) was recently inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). He is shown here receiving this honor from Chair of the AIMBE College of Fellows David Mooney (left) and AIMBE President Raphael C. Lee.

Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Ching-Long Lin, who is also an IIHR research engineer, has been elected and inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows. AIMBE is a Washington, D.C.-based advocacy organization that was established to provide the collective expertise of biomedical engineers to federal policy-makers and other government agencies.

This honor is the result of Lin’s important contributions in the fields of multiscale high-fidelity imaging-based modeling and high-performance parallel computation and simulation of biological systems; he was nominated and elected by his peers. The AIMBE College of Fellows is a select group made up of the nation’s most accomplished medical and biological engineers.

“I am proud to have received this recognition for my research,” Lin says, “and I was excited to attend the induction ceremony at the National Academy of Sciences.”

Founded in 1991, AIMBE advocates on issues impacting the medical and biological engineering community, and serves as a comprehensive and objective voice for the profession.

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