Gerson Rosenberg: Help for failing hearts

January 8, 2007

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Gerson Rosenberg: Help for failing hearts

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Finding reliable, long-term heart-assist devices remains an elusive goal for engineering. Penn State’s Gerson Rosenberg, a world leader in the development of artificial organs for cardiology and the 2002 Design News Engineer of the Year, describes the hurdles engineers face in one of medicine’s high-profile fields. Contributing Editor Larry Maloney interviews Rosenberg.

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