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Thomas Heldt joined the EECS Department in July 2013 as Assistant Professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering. He was also appointed to MIT's new Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, where he holds the Hermann L.F. von Helmholtz Career Development Professorship. Thomas studied Physics at Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany, at Yale University, and MIT. In 2004, he received the PhD degree in Medical Physics from MIT's Division of Health Sciences and Technology and commenced postdoctoral training at MIT's Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronics Systems. Prior to joining the faculty, Thomas was a Principal Research Scientist with the Research Laboratory of Electronics, where he co-founded and co-directed (with Prof. George Verghese) the Computational Physiology and Clinical Inference Group.
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