Biomedical engineering adjunct professor Scott Bruder wins prestigious award from AIMBE

scott bruderThe American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has selected Scott P. Bruder as the 2015 recipient of the Pierre Galletti Award, the highest honor AIMBE bestows on an individual.

Bruder serves as an adjunct professor of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University and leads his own consulting firm, Bruder Consulting International. He was most recently the chief medical and science officer at Stryker Corp., where he designed the company-wide efforts related to innovation, evidence-based medicine and intellectual property business strategy.

The award recognizes Bruder for his contributions to the advancement of human health through research and commercialization of biotech, medical device and diagnostic products, and successfully connected industry and academic expertise to influence biomedical education training programs and public policies to support the success of these bench-to-bedside efforts.

Bruder has a long track record of performance across multiple roles in his career, and is an accomplished scholar and innovator with more than 20 issued patents; nearly 150 original articles, book chapters and abstracts; and many notable awards from professional societies, universities and industry organizations.