Dr. Lee Weiss is currently Emeritus Research Professor in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). He also holds courtesy appointments in the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering at CMU. Dr. Weiss received his BS in Electrical Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh and his MS in Biomedical Engineering and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from CMU.
Dr. Weiss has spent the last 40 years applying his diverse background in biomedical and electrical engineering, robotics, and advanced manufacturing to create technology-based solutions to address challenging problems in medicine, including development of devices for interventional radiology, fetal heart monitoring, cardiac pacing, angioplasty, MEMS-based drug delivery, and computer-aided surgery. His current interests focus on inkjet-based biopatterning of signaling molecules to fabricate tissue-engineered constructs to spatially control cell function for applications in basic biology research and which are translatable to regenerative medicine. He holds 38 issued U.S. patents, has over 240 book chapters, journal papers, conference papers, abstracts, technical reports, and invited talks/workshops/seminars, and has founded several biomedical start-up companies.
Dr. Weiss provides reviews for these journals, and more: ACTA Biomaterialia, Biofabrication, Computer-Aided Design, Tissue Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, and the SME Journal of Manufacturing Systems.
View a short list of Dr. Weiss’ publications at PubMed or a more comprehensive list at CMU.