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ClancyEd

 

 


Edward “Ted” A. Clancy            

CHS Class of 1979

 


CHS’79
National Honor Society, Captain’s Council (4), Football (2,3,4-Captain) Senior Year team saw the first football team to play in a Massachusetts Super Bowl, Hockey (2,3), Baseball (2), Track (3), CHS Faculty Award (Excellence in Social Studies), Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association Fellowship Award, Student of the Month-May (4)

Worchester Polytechnic Institute BS Electrical Engineering with High Distinction ’83 Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society), Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honor Society

Massachusetts Institute of Technology MS Electrical Engineering ’87 Studied electrical activity in the human heart and its relation to sudden death; PhD Electrical Engineering ’91 Studied electrical activity in human skeletal muscles

Career
General Electric Company Design Engineer; Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research Assistant-Principal Investigator for computer and physiological studies of cardiac electrical processes which lead to sudden cardiac death; Research Assistant and post-doctoral fellow; Colin Research America Research Scientist-Performed research & developed patient monitoring instruments including: Automated Electrocardiograms & Blood Pressure Detectors; Aspect Medical Systems Senior Research Scientist; Liberty Mutual Research Center for Safety and Health Researcher investigating the mechanisms, prevention & rehabilitation of occupational injury & illness; Raytheon Radar Systems Senior Engineer; Worcester Polytechnic Institute Assistant Professor (Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering & Department of Biomedical Engineering)

Awards/Presentations
Managerial Award (General Electric Company), Hertz Foundation Fellowship Finalist, New Faculty Fellow, Joseph Samuel Satin Distinguished Fellow (Worchester Polytechnic Institute), Presented research & training seminars across the U.S and Internationally; Published numerous research articles with emphasis on Biomedical Engineering

Community
Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, International Society of Electrophysiology & Kinesiology, Society for Engineering Education, St. Mary’s Parish & WPI (Eucharistic Minister), Volunteer Football Coach (CHS), Trans America Bicycle Trek-Seattle to New Jersey to raise money for American Lung Association, Youth Soccer & Softball Coach (Framingham, MA), CHSAA