Frontiers Conference at the University of Pittsburgh

University of Pittsburgh researchers play a leading role in a White House conference, co-hosted by Pitt and Carnegie Mellon, on the future of innovation.

Ervin Sejdic

  • Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Bioengineering, Department of Biomedical Informatics, School of Medicine
  • Associate Director, RFID Center of Excellence


As the principal investigator in the iMED (Innovative Medical Engineering Developments) lab, Sejdic aims for iMED to become an international leader in dynamical biomarkers indicative of age- and disease-related changes and their contributions to functional decline under normal and pathological conditions.

In particular, he strives to develop clinically relevant solutions to such problems by fostering innovation in computational approaches and instrumentation that can be translated to bedside care.