Dr. Mark Albert
University of North Texas
Computer Science and Engineering
(940) 268-3648
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Education

PhD, Cornell University, 2010.
Major: Computational Biology
Dissertation Title: Normative Visual Development: innate learning in the early visual system
Carnegie Mellon University, 2004.
Major: Computational Neuroscience
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus, 2004.
Major: Computational Neuroscience
Universität Wien, 2001.
Major: AI-Related Coursework
BS, Pittsburg State University, 2000.
Major: Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics

Professional Positions

Academic - Post-Secondary
Adjunct Associate Professor, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. (August 2019 – Present).
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. (August 2013August 2019).
Postdoctoral Researcher, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago & Northwestern University. (December 2009August 2013).
Research Assistant, Carnegie Mellon University. (September 2001August 2004).
Fulbright student scholar, Institute for Medical Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence, University of Vienna. (October 2000July 2001).
Professional
Adjunct Research Scientist, The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago). (August 2013 – Present).
Consultant, Deloitte, Cognitive Analytics / Machine Learning Group. (February 20142015).
Chief Research Scientist, Predict Systems, Inc (Instinctiv.com). (April 2008April 2009).
Graduate Academic Advisor, Cornell University, Public Service Center. (August 2007August 2008).

Professional Memberships

Chicago Python User Group. (August 2012 – Present).

Association for Computing Machinery. (August 2011 – Present).

Society for Neuroscience. (August 2001 – Present).

Society for the Neural Control of Movement. (August 2011July 2012).

Development Activities Attended

Conference Attendance,"Society for Neuroscience conference,". (October 2015 – Present).

Conference Attendance,"SageDays 65," Loyola University Chicago. (June 8, 2015June 12, 2015).

Workshop,"From Machine Learning to Human Learning: leveraging applied computational strategies to understand human cognition," Sapienza University of Rome. (May 11, 2015May 15, 2015).

Conference Attendance,"Society for Neuroscience conference,". (November 10, 2013November 13, 2013).

Conference Attendance,"Parkinson's Research Day," Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (April 23, 2013April 23, 2013).

Conference Attendance,"RIC Parkinson's research symposium," Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (April 8, 2013April 8, 2013).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
CSCE 3996, Honors College Mentored Research Experience, 1 course.
CSCE 4205, Introduction to Machine Learning, 1 course.
CSCE 4890, Directed Study, 1 course.
CSCE 4930, Topics in Computer Science and Engineering, 1 course.
CSCE 5215, Machine Learning, 2 courses.
CSCE 5933, Topics in Computer Science and Engineering, 1 course.
CSCE 5934, Directed Study, 2 courses.
CSCE 6940, Individual Research, 3 courses.
INFO 6660, Readings in Information Science, 1 course.

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book Chapter
Albert, M. (2017). Albert MV, Shparii I, Zhao X (2017) “The applicability of inertial sensors for locomotion and posture” in Locomotion and Posture in Older Adults: The Role of Aging and Movement Disorders. Editors: Fabio Augusto Barbieri and Rodrigo Vitório. Springer.
Albert, M. (2009). Albert MV, Field DJ (2009) Neural Representation and Coding. Encyclopedia of Perception, Ed. E.B. Goldstein et al., SAGE Press.. SAGE Press.
Conference Proceeding
Xiao, T., Tabashum, T., Jebamalaidass, R., Du, A., Leal, M., Oliviera, E., Metwally, B., Albert, M. (2020). Conversation Moderator: A mobile app for tracking individual speaking in group conversations. 4th Workshop on Semantic Multimedia Computing (SMC ‘20), part of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC 2020), San Diego, Feb 3-5, 2020..
Kwon, S., Sindu, P., Nickele, K., Zavos, P., Sugianto, A., Albert, M. (2019). Accelerometer-Based Activity Classification Algorithm for Toddlers: Machine Learning Approach: 1364: Board\# 126 May 30 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Other. 51(6), 363--364. LWW.
Georgaras, A., Urs, N., Nolan, P., Singh, H., Albert, M. (2019). Efficient visual neural coding tutorial for grayscale, color, binocular, and video to produce primary visual cortex neural receptive fields. Society for Neuroscience conference (SfN 2019) Oct 19, 2019..
Albert, M., Mummidisetty, C., Tabashum, T., Jayaraman, A. (2019). PCA Composite Evaluation of Outcomes for Microprocessor Knee versus Mechanical Knee in Individuals with Dysvascular Transfemoral Amputations. Biomedical Engineering Society conference (BMES 2019).
Saffo, D., Kilmarx, J., Borhani, S., Abiri, R., Zhao, X., Albert, M. (2018). Convolutional Neural Networks for a Cursor Control Brain Computer Interface. Biomedical Engineering Society conference (BMES 2018).
Journal Article
Albert, M., Sugianto, A., Nickele, K., Zavos, P., Sindu, P., Ali, M., Kwon, S. (2020). Hidden Markov Model-based Activity Recognition for Toddlers. Other.
Kwon, S., Zavos, P., Nickele, K., Sugianto, A., Albert, M. (2019). Hip and wrist-worn accelerometer data analysis for toddler activities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16(14), 2598. Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
Albert, M. Sok P, Xiao T, Azeze Y, Jayaraman A, Albert MV (2018) Activity Recognition for Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury Subjects using Hidden Markov Models. IEEE Sensors 18(15), 6369-6374..
Albert, M., Courtois, M. (2017). Albert MV, Azeze Y, Courtois M, Jayaraman A. (2017) In-lab versus at-home activity recognition in ambulatory subjects with incomplete spinal cord injury. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 14:10. doi: 10.1186/s12984-017-0222-5.
Albert, M. (2016). Deems-Dluhy SL, Jayaraman C, Green S, Albert MV, Jayaraman A (2016) Evaluating the functionality and usability of two novel wheelchair anti-rollback devices for ramp ascent in manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury, PM&R, doi: 10.1016/j.pmrj.
Albert, M. (2016). Orendorff EE, Kalesinskas L, Palumbo RT and Albert MV (2016) Bayesian Analysis of Perceived Eye Level. Front. Comput. Neurosci. 10:135. doi:10.3389/fncom.2016.00135.
Albert, M. (2014). Albert MV, Deeny S, McCarthy C, Valentin J, Herrmann M, Jayaraman A. Monitoring Daily Function in Individuals with Transfemoral Amputations using a Commercial Activity Monitor. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (in press). Other. http://www.pmrjournal.org/article/S1934-1482(14)00279-2/abstract
Albert, M. (2014). Antos S, Albert MV, Kording K (2014) Hand, belt, pocket, or bag: practical activity tracking with mobile phones. Journal of Neuroscience Methods - Special issue on motion capture techniques in animal models and humans (231) 22-30. Other.
Albert, M., Deeny, S., McCarthy, C., Valentin, J., Jayaraman, A. (2014). Monitoring daily function in persons with transfemoral amputations using a commercial activity monitor: a feasibility study. Other. 6(12), 1120--1127.
Albert, M. (2013). Albert MV, McCarthy C, Valentin J, Herrmann M, Kording K, Jayaraman A (2013) Monitoring functional capability of individuals with lower limb amputations using mobile phones. PLoS ONE 8(6): e65340.. PLOS One.
Albert, M. (2013). Mhatra PV, Vilares I, Stibb SM, Albert MV, Pickering L, Marciniak C, Kording K, Toledo S (2013) Wii Fit Balance Board Playing Improves Balance and Gait in Parkinson Disease. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 3 (10) S264. Other.
Albert, M. (2012). Albert MV, Catz N, Their P, Kording KP (2012) Saccadic gain adaptation is predicted by the statistics of natural fluctuation in oculomotor function. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 6:96. Other.
Albert, M. (2012). Albert MV, Kording KP, Herrmann M, Jayaraman A (2012) Fall classification by machine learning using mobile phones. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36556. PLOS One.
Albert, M. (2012). Albert MV, Toledo S, Shapiro M, Kording KP (2012) Using mobile phones for activity recognition in Parkinson’s patients. Frontiers in Neurology 3:158. Other.
Murtaugh, B., Albert, M., Karvelas, K., Marciniak, C. M., Toledo, S. D. (2012). Poster 365 Does a Supervised Program in Physical Therapy and/or Occupational Therapy Improve Pain Scores in Patients with Parkinson Disease?. Other. 4, S314--S315.
Albert, M. (2011). Albert MV, Kording KP (2011) Determining posture from physiological tremor. Experimental Brain Research. 215 (3), 247-255. Experimental Brain Research.
Albert, M. (2011). Fernandes HL*, Albert MV*, Kording KP (2011) (* contrib equally) Measuring generalization of visuomotor perturbations in wrist movements using mobile phones. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20290.. PLOS One.
Fernandes, H. L., Albert, M., Kording, K. P. (2011). Measuring generalization of visuomotor perturbations in wrist movements using mobile phones. PLOS One. 6(5), . Public Library of Science.
Toledo, S. D., Albert, M., Kording, K., Marciniak, C. M., Mhatre, P. V., Pickering, L., Stibb, S. M., Vilares, I. (2011). Poster 268 Wii Video Game Balance-board Training: Does It Improve Balance and Gait in Adults With Parkinson Disease?. Other. 3, S264--S264.
Albert, M. (2008). Albert MV, Schnabel A, Field DJ (2008) Innate Visual Learning through Spontaneous Activity Patterns. PLoS Computational Biology 4(8). PLOS Computational Biology.
Albert, M. (2007). Sohn, M-H, Albert MV, Stenger VA, Jung K-J, Carter CS, & Anderson JR (2007) Anticipation of conflict monitoring in the anterior cingulate cortex and the prefrontal cortex. Proceedings of National Academy of Science, 104(25): 10330.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Albert, M. (2005). Anderson, JR, Albert MV, & Fincham JM (2005) Tracing Problem Solving in Real Time: fMRI Analysis of the Subject-Paced Tower of Hanoi. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17 1261-1274.. Other.
Anderson, J. R., Albert, M., Fincham, J. M. (2005). Tracing problem solving in real time: fMRI analysis of the subject-paced Tower of Hanoi. Other. 17(8), 1261--1274. MIT Press 238 Main St., Suite 500, Cambridge, MA 02142-1046 USA journals~….
Albert, M. (2003). Faeder J, Albert MV, and Ladanyi BM (2003) Molecular dynamics simulations of the interior of aqueous reverse micelles. A comparison between sodium and potassium counterions. Langmuir, 19, 2514-2520.. Langmuir.
Faeder, J., Albert, M., Ladanyi, B. M. (2003). Molecular dynamics simulations of the interior of aqueous reverse micelles: A comparison between sodium and potassium counterions. Langmuir. 19(6), 2514--2520. ACS Publications.
Magazine/Trade Publication
Albert, M. (2014). Use of Fitbit Activity Monitor Successfully Assessed Transfemoral Amputee Activity Levels. http://www.healio.com/orthotics-prosthetics/prosthetics/news/print/o-and-p-news/%7Ba0779160-8284-4839-9b36-7d3ebd65ab32%7D/use-of-fitbit-activity-monitor-successfully-assessed-transfemoral-amputee-activity-levels
Other
Kording, K., Albert, M., Levien, A. (2018). Medical evaluation system and method using sensors in mobile devices.
Heinemann, A. W., Jerousek, S., Sliwa, J., French, E., Garcia, E., Thomas, M., McKula, T., Snyder, T., Henry, M., Kording, K., others, (2015). Systems and methods for a rehabilitation dashboard.
PhD Thesis
Albert, M. (2010). Albert MV (2010) Normative Visual Development: innate learning in the early visual system, Ph.D. Thesis, Field of Computational Biology, Cornell University..
Review of Published Work
Albert, M. (2015). Electronic Activity Monitors Could be Helpful in Clinical, Public Health, Rehabilitation Settings. Orthotics / Prosthetics News. http://www.healio.com/orthotics-prosthetics/prosthetics/news/print/o-and-p-news/%7Ba0779160-8284-4839-9b36-7d3ebd65ab32%7D/use-of-fitbit-activity-monitor-successfully-assessed-transfemoral-amputee-activity-levels
Technical Report
Albert, M. (2015). Albert MV (2015) The Brain Geography Mini-Course: a neuroscience outreach effort. Loyola University e-commons report..

Presentations Given

Lecture

Albert, M., Chicago Python Group, Albert, MV. Factor analysis: simplifying high dimensional data sets for visualization and machine learning. ChiPy (Chicago Python) invited presentation, Oct 8, 2015. (2016).

Albert, M., Dalian University of Technology invited presentation, Monitoring Patient Mobility: improving outcomes with wearable technology, School of Electrical Engineering and Information Science. (2016).

Albert, M., From Machine Learning to Human Learning: leveraging applied computational strategies to understand human cognition, Various: provided 20 hours of lecture and tutorial, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome. (2015).

Oral Presentation

Balderama, E. (Presenter), Phillips, J. M. (Presenter), Harfoush, F. (Presenter), Albert, M. (Author), Matthews, G. J. (Presenter), O'Brien, T. (Author), Focus on Teaching and Learning Conference, Using Data for Social Change through Interdisciplinary Student Engagement, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States of America. (2015).

Albert, M., LUC Biology Seminar, Innate learning models of LGN/V1 spontaneous activity. (2014).

Albert, M., LUC Math Seminar, How to Derive a Brain: efficient coding in sensory neuroscience. (2014).

Albert, M., LUC Neuroscience Seminar, Innate learning in early visual development. (2013).

Albert, M., Parkinson's Day Research Fair, Mobile phone-based research at RIC, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (2013).

Albert, M., RIC Parkinson's Research Day, Overview of Research: Exercise, Physical Activity, and Smartphone technology. Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Symposium “Theory, evidence and innovation: interdisciplinary care for Parkinson’s disease”, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (2013).

Albert, M., Parkinson's Day Research Fair, Using mobile phones to evaluate and improve patient mobility, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (2012).

Albert, M., Society for Neuroscience Conference, Using the statistics of binocular images to model spontaneous activity in the developing visual system. (2011).

Albert, M., Society for Neuroscience Conference, Oculomotor adaptation matches natural changes in the body over time. (2010).

Poster

Fernandes, G. (Author), Linhares, C. (Author), Andaleon, A. (Author), Seabra, A. L. (Author), Wohler, S. (Author), Gutierrez, D. (Author), Putonti, C. (Author), Albert, M. (Author), Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference, Efficient probabilistic nucleotide sequence matching and aggregate analysis using k-mer feature vectors, ISCB, UIC, Chicago, IL, United States of America. (2017).

Yanar, J. (Presenter), Kais, L. (Author), Dosamantes, N. (Presenter), Walker, H. (Presenter), Albert, M. (Author), Morrison, R. (Presenter), Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, Age Related Changes in Neural Noise During Cognitive Control, Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, United States of America. (2017).

Dosamantes, N. (Presenter), Yanar, J. (Presenter), Kais, L. (Author), Walker, H. (Presenter), Albert, M. (Author), Morrison, R. (Presenter), Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, Age Related Changes in Neural Noise in the Default Mode Network, Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, United States of America. (2017).

Yanar, J. (Author), Albert, M. (Author), Martsberger, C. (Author), Morrison, R. (Presenter), American Federation of Aging Research, Factors Predicting Successful Verbal Learning in Old Age, American Federation of Aging Research, Four Seasons, Santa Barbara, CA, United States of America. (2016).

Yanar, J. (Author), Albert, M. (Author), Martsberger, C. (Author), Morrison, R. (Presenter), Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, Factors Predicting Successful Verbal Learning in Old Age, Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Midtown Hilton, New York, NY, United States of America. (2016).

Laten, H. M. (Presenter), Mascarenhas, A. D. (Author), Weglarz, P. W. (Author), Albert, M. (Author), The International Conference of the Status of Plant and Animal Genome Research, Analysis of Recent Expansions of Select Retrotransposons in Soybean, USDA, Town and Country Hotel, San Diego, CA. (2015).

Albert, M., Society for Neuroscience Conference, Mobility in Parkinson’s disease is improved through classical ballet-based instruction. (2013).

Albert, M., Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting, Activity tracking with smartphones: phone location matters. (2013).

Albert, M., American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Does a Supervised Program in Physical and/or Occupational Therapy Improve Pain Scores in Patients with Parkinson Disease?. (2012).

Albert, M., Sensory Motor Performance Program intern poster presentation, Validating mobile phone accelerometer for measuring gait. (2012).

Albert, M., Sensory Motor Performance Program intern poster presentation, Activity monitoring in lower limb amputees: using portable accelerometers and mobile phones, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (2012).

Albert, M., American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Wii video game balance-board training: does it improve balance and gait in adults with Parkinson disease?. (2011).

Albert, M., Neural Control of Movement, Automated activity recognition and identification using mobile phone accelerometry. (2011).

Albert, M., Computational Neuroscience Conference, Normative Visual Development: efficient coding principles for adult V1 predict properties of LGN waves prior to eye opening. (2010).

Albert, M., CoSyNe (Computational and Systems Neuroscience), Efficient coding of binocular spontaneous activity for innate learning in V1 development. (2009).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Contract
Albert, M., "Machine Learning to Human Learning: leveraging applied computational strategies to understand human cognition," Sponsored by Sapienza University of Rome, $4000 Funded. (May 2015).
Fellowship
Albert, M., "Angela Andaleon, Carbon Scholarship for “Genetic Mechanisms Underlying Cholesterol Traits in Diverse Populations” (2017) co-advised with Heather Wheeler," Sponsored by Loyola, $2000 Funded. (20172019).
Yanar, J. (Principal), Morrison, R. (Supporting), Albert, M. (Supporting), Martsberger, C. (Supporting), "Development of a neural connectivity toolbox for human scalp electroencephalography recordings and its application to the study of cognitive aging," Sponsored by LUROP: Carbon Scholars Program, Other, $15000 Funded. (August 2015May 2017).
Albert, M., "Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Student Fellowship," Sponsored by Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, $24000 Funded. (June 2016December 2016).
Albert, M., "Impact of retrotransposons on plant evolution," $15000 Funded. (August 2014July 2016).
Albert, M., "Provost Fellowship for Gordon Kratz's project: Automated depth perception as a behaviorally-relevant metric for the innate learning paradigm," Other, $1000 Funded. (20142014).
Albert, M., "NSF Graduate Research Fellowship," $90000 Funded. (20052008).
Albert, M., "NSF Nonlinear Systems IGERT Fellowship," $30000 Funded. (20042005).
Albert, M., "Fulbright Fellowship," $20000 Funded. (20002001).
Albert, M., "Goldwater Scholarship," $20000 Funded. (19992000).
Albert, M., "Pittsburg State Presidential Scholarship," Sponsored by Pittsburg State University, Local, $100000 Funded. (19961999).
Grant - Research
Albert, M. (Principal), "Fall Catcher: Wearable Airbag Technology to Mitigate Falls in Individuals with Stroke (yearly subcontract)," Sponsored by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Federal, $19468 Funded. (20202023).
Albert, M. (Principal), "Machine learning prediction using quantitative gait analysis data to suggest and support interventions for pediatric patients with movement disorders," Sponsored by Shriners Children's Hospitals (system-wide), Private, $111218 Funded. (20202021).
Albert, M., "Google Compute Platform $5000 Research Credit "Modeling aspects of early binocular visual development by optimizing depth perception"," $5000 Funded. (20182019).
Albert, M., "CS support role for Loyola 2020 Health Disparities Strategic Initiative: "Community Context of Elder Care: A culturally informed healthy aging community-university partnership" led by Lisa Skemp," $88000 Funded. (2018).
Albert, M., "NIH R01 subcontract of "Understanding Real-Life Falls in Amputees using Mobile Phone Technology"," Sponsored by Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago), $4000 Funded. (2017).
Albert, M., "Summer research stipend for "Behaviorally-relevant scoring of binocular visual development models by depth perception"," Sponsored by Loyola, $7000 Funded. (June 2017August 2017).
Albert, M., "Computer Science Summer Research Program - IIE funding," Sponsored by Institute for International Education, $65000 Funded. (May 2016July 2016).
Albert, M., Greenberg, R. I., Harrington, A. N., "CS Seminar special funding project," Sponsored by CAS, Other, $2000 Funded. (20142015).
Tingley, P., Albert, M., Lauve, A., "Summer "SAGE days" Workshop," Other, $2000 Funded. (June 2014July 2014).

Copyrights, Patents

Patent
Kording, K., Albert, M., Levien, A., "Medical Evaluation System and Method using Sensors in Mobile Devices," Patent 9,872,637 (published Jan 23, 2018). Regular, United States, Date Patent Approved: 2018 –.
Albert, M., Many Others,, "Systems and Methods for a Rehabilitation Dashboard. Heinemann AW, Jerousek S, Sliwa J, French E, Garcia E, Thomas M, McKula T, Snyder T, Henry M, Kording K, Albert M, inventors. U.S. patent application 14/468,051," U.S. patent application 14/468,051. Provisional, United States, Date Patent Approved: 2015 –.

Awards and Honors

Henry B Betts Innovation Award, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (August 29, 2012).

Baskin Award, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (June 6, 2012).

Graduate Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation. (August 2007).

Nonlinear Systems IGERT fellowship, National Science Foundation. (August 2006).

Fulbright Fellowship. (October 2000).

Goldwater Scholarship. (August 1999).

Service

Professional Service

Reviewer, Journal Article, Reviewer for various journals this year: IEEE Trans on Neural Systems and Rehab Engineering, IEEE Sensors, JMIR mHealth uHealth, Biomedical Signal Processing & Control, J Neuroengineering & Rehab, PeerJ, Measurement.. (20172018).

Reviewer, Journal Article, Reviewer for various journals this year: Sensors, Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, Measurement, JMIR, Information Fusion, ACS Nano, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, IEEE THMS, PLoS ONE. (20162017).

Interaction with Industry, Deloitte, Consulting. (20142015).

Reviewer, Journal Article, Reviewer for various professional journals in the past year - IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 2015, Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Biomed Engineering Online, Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation.. (20142015).

Reviewer, Grant Proposal, AAAS Research Competitiveness Program. (20142014).

Reviewer, Journal Article, Various journals in past 2 years including: Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Trans on Neural Systems and Rehab Engineering, J Applied Gerontology, Pervasive and Mobile Computing, PLoS Computational Biology, Sensors, AI in mediciine. (20132014).

Reviewer, Journal Article, Various Journals, e.g. in the past two years for Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Trans on Neural Systems and Rehab Engineering, J Applied Gerontology, Pervasive and Mobile Computing, PLoS Comp Biology, Sensors, AI in medicine.. (20132014).

Reviewer, Journal Article, AAAS Research Competitiveness Program. (March 2014March 2014).

Public Service

Guest Speaker, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. (20132014).

Grant Proposal Reviewer, External, Rolex Awards for Enterprise. (20132013).

Guest Speaker, Biotech Launch Symposium - Northwestern University. (20122012).

Consulting

For Profit Organization, Deloitte, 111 S Wacker. (January 20142015).