Edmond W. Israelski
Director Human Factors, ABBOTT
Ed Israelski is director of human factors at Abbott, a medical device and pharmaceutical company. He joined Abbott in 2001, where he leads a cross-division team to imbed best-practice human factors HF design methods into all of Abbott’s products, to ensure safety and usability. He is co-chair of the Human Factors Committee for the AAMI Standards organization and convener of the medical device Usability Engineering groups for the international standards organizations ISO and IEC. He has worked as a human factors engineer at various major corporations including Bell Labs, formerly AT&T, SBC/Ameritech, and Human Factors International.
Ed is an adjunct instructor atNorthwesternUniversityand Virginia Tech. He has B.S. and M.S engineering degrees and a Ph.D. in industrial and engineering psychology from Stevens Institute of Technology. He is a board Certified Human Factors Professional and a Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Edmond W. Israelski will be speaking at:
CONFERENCE DAY TWO - September 12, 2012
Defining the meaning of human-centered design and its application in medical devices to determine the implications for material selection Understanding …
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