JAMES C. ALLER Biomedical Engineer Dr. Aller has had extensive experience in clinical engineering, biomedical research and has designed and developed advanced medical systems. His most current assignment has been as an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Engineering at George Washington University Medical Center. He has served as Lecturer on various biomedical engineering application areas which include: Hospital Information Systems for the Institute of Advanced Technology, Automated Data Processing (ADP) and Medicine at the Civil Service Commission, and Reliability for Tutorial on Multitesting at the International Health Evaluation Association. In addition, Dr. Aller has served as a consultant to the President's Advisory Council on Management Improvement (Health Study) and has organized and developed a course in "Clinical Engineering" at the George Washington University School of Engineering. Dr. Aller held the Chair of Physical Science in 1968 to 1970 while a Professor at the Naval War College and also served there as a member of the Advanced Technology Committee where he was responsible for the introduction of time-sharing computer support of curriculum objectives. During the period 1963 to 1967, he was a member of the Professional Staff of the Operations Evaluation Group at the Center for Naval Analyses of the University of Rochester. While a staff member, Dr. Aller was awarded a Fellowship in Medical Systems Development Laboratories by the U.S. Public Health Service. Dr. Aller served for a period of twenty years (1942-1962) as a naval officer which included major assignments as Fleet Electronic Warfare Officer, Missile Range Director, Project Officer of Regulus II Missile, Head of Missile Guidance Division, Pt. Mugu (California), and as Project Officer and Test Pilot for the evaluation of optical aids to all weather landing at the Naval Test Center Patuxent River (Maryland). Dr. Aller graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a B.S.E.E. in 1942 and subsequently received his M.A. and M.E.S. from Harvard University. In 1968, he was awarded the Doctor of Science degree from George Washington University. Dr. Aller is a Senior Member of the IEEE, the Society for Advanced Medical Systems, and various other professional scientific organizations. He is also Editorial Advisor to Biocharacterist and is listed in Who's Who in the Computing Field. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Publications and Presentations "Evaluation of Medical Systems," Engineering Research Foundation Conference, Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1969. "Electronic Warfare Concept," Naval War College Review, May, 1970. "Evaluation of Health Care Delivery Systems," University of l Virginia Colloquium speaker, June 1971.
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