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Hypogen was co-founded by Dr. Robin Felder and Dr. Pedro Jose in 2002 and is headquartered in Charlottesville, VA, adjacent to the University of Virginia Medical Center.
Robin Felder, Ph.D., President and CEO
Dr. Felder co-founded Hypogen and currently serves the President and CEO.
Dr. Felder is also the Associate Director of Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology, the Director of the Medical Automation Research Center, and a Professor of Pathology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.
He is also a Visiting Professor of Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University and a Fellow of the Council for High Blood Pressure Research (a council of leading hypertension researchers elected by the American Heart Association).
In addition to his
academic career, Dr. Felder
has founded and managed several private ventures spun out from the University of Virginia
Prior to his involvement in Hypogen, he co-founded Medical Automation Systems, Inc. (a medical IT company with product in over 150 hospitals), BIOPHILE, Inc. (a company that sells specimen management hardware and software), and Global Cell Solutions (a biotech cell product company) where he continues to serve as the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board.
Dr. Felder also founded the non-profit Association for Laboratory Automation and served as its President and Chair of its Board of Directors.
In addition, Dr. Felder serves on the scientific advisory boards of several privately-held medical technology companies, including Genetic Diagnostics, Inc. (Toronto, Canada), Guidance Interactive Technologies (Delano, Minnesota), and BSI Proteomics (Gaithersburg, Maryland).
has published over 150 basic and clinical research articles, numerous chapters and reviews, and has been awarded 10 patents.
He was also Founder and Editor of the Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation (JALA) and was a member of the editorial boards of Clinical and Experimental Hypertension, Laboratory Information Management, Advance News for Administrators of the Laboratory, and Clinica Chimica Acta.
has received awards such as the Fogarty International Fellowship
, the Young Clinical Investigator Award from the Association for Clinical Scientists
, and the Young Investigator Award from both the American Federation for Clinical Research
and the American Physiological Society
Dr. Felder received his B.S. in Chemistry at the College of William and Mary and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Georgetown University.
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Robin Felder's bio:
Dr. Felder is Associate Director of Clinical Chemistry, the former Director of the Medical Automation Research Center, and a Professor of Pathology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.
His affiliation with professional organizations included: Past President and Founder of the Association for Laboratory Automation and Founding Editor of its journal, Fellow of the Council for High Blood Pressure Research (a council of the American Heart Association), and a Fellow of the National Association for Clinical Biochemists.
has published over 260 research papers, has been awarded 12 patents, has presented over 140 lectures in 15 countries (in four languages).
He has received numerous awards including the International Engelberger Award for Robotics in 2009, the Research Award by the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry and American Association for Clinical Chemistry in 2010, and one of his inventions was named a Top 10 technology by The Scientist for 2009.
In addition to his
academic career, Dr. Felder
has co-founded 9 private ventures spun out from the University of Virginia
, including http://www.medicalautomation.com, http://globalcellsolutions.com, http://hypogen.com>, http://labautomation.org , http://medicalautomation.org, http://wellawaresystems.com , BioPhile, Inc., Ibetics, LLC, and Medical Robotics, LLC.
Disclosure: Robin A. Felder, PhD has disclosed that the following companies have been influenced by the speaker's interests and opinions and have provided, honoraria, or grant support (or are anticipating giving grant support) for his continued activities: Abbott ,Acuity, Affymetrix, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, AMDEC, Association for Lab Automation, Bayer, Beckman, BDC, Becton Dickinson, BIOPHILE, Inc. (Chair, SAB; shareholder), Boehringer Mannheim, BSI proteomics (Scientific Advisor), Carilion Biomedical Institute, CCRI (Lake Arrowhead, California), CRS (Toronto, Canada), Chiron, Ciba Corning, Columbia HCA, Coulter/IDS, Dade, DuPont, Enterprise Analysis Corporation, Genesis Therapeutics, Inc. (SAB), Genetics Diagnostics Inc. (SAB), Gilson, GDI, Global Cell Solutions, Guidance Interactive Technology, Helpmate Robotics Incorporated, Home Guardian (principal shareholder), Hybritech, Hypogen (principal shareholder), Ibetics, LLC, Inova Health System, J&J Clinical Diagnostics, Linear Drives, MAS, MDS Health Group Limited, Medical Systmes, SpA, NextStar, Organon Tecknika, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, Packard Instruments, Pevco, Sagian, Serologicals/Chemicon, Tecan, Trillium (Grafrath, Germany), and Ventana.
Robin Felder's posts:
November 6, 2012 | Robin Felder | Posted in Conference Abstracts,Conference Abstracts 2012,Conference Presentations 2012,Resources
MODERATOR: Robin A. Felder, PhD
After attending this activity, the participant will demonstrate the ability to:
1. [ MORE]
MUSING - The Medical Home at Home
March 6, 2012 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Musings,Newsletter
Telemedicine has been defined as the technology version of the "Dr.
Marcus Welby house call" but replaced with a [ MORE]
Telehomecare How-to Review
March 6, 2012 | Robin Felder | Posted in Newsletter
The demographics of people with chronic conditions is compelling; the question is what can be done about it?
Telehomecare [ MORE]
Passive Home-Based Monitoring in an Era of Telemedicine
November 29, 2011 | Robin Felder | Posted in Conference Abstracts,conference abstracts 2011,Conference Presentations,Conference Presentations 2011,Resources
Successful pervasive wellness programs require subject compliance and receptivity to personalized wellness information and advice.
Novel technology focused approaches [MORE]
Artificial Intelligence, Medical Robotics
and Medical Automation Education
July 18, 2011 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Reader's Questions
Much of medical decision making is matching symptoms with known diseases.
Thus artificial intelligence (AI) will certainly make this process more efficient...
Automating the Clinical Laboratory
September 14, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Reader's Questions
September 13, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Clinical Laboratory Links,Links,Resources
Clinical Laboratory Links
September 7, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Musings,Newsletter
The recent launch of ShopKick iPhone app (application) allows stores to know when you ( a potential customer) has arrived [MORE]
Wireless Health Conference 2010, October 4 -7, San Diego
August 31, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Newsletter
July 30, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Publications,Resources
Alwan M, Felder RA (Eds.). Eldercare Technology for Clinical Practitioners, Humana Press
, Totowa, NJ, USA,, 2008.
Felder RA, [MORE]
Self-Balancing Centrifuge Rotor
July 6, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Newsletter
In a clinical laboratory, loading specimens into a centrifuge can be time consuming because different quantities have to be [ MORE]
Laboratory Automation - Opportunity for More Efficiency
April 20, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Newsletter
Robin Felder, PhD
Robin Felder, PhD writing for The Dark Daily, talks about the current state of lab automation and the [ MORE]
March 30, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Musings,Newsletter
Invisible Health Risks on a Grandiose Scale
They have no symptoms, but hypertension and salt sensitivity will be the eventual cause [ MORE]
MUSING - Kiosk-Based Healthcare Delivery
March 2, 2010 | Robin Felder | Posted in Ask the Experts,Musings,Newsletter
Robin Felder, Ph.D., Chair ...
Robin Felder, Ph.D., Chair Medical Automation.org and Professor of Pathology, University of Virginia
Wearable health monitoring wants to move in with you. | Ideas and insights from Houstonâ€™s leading health care marketing firm. |
As Robin Felder, a pathology professor at the University of Virginia, has said, "95 percent of home blood-pressure monitors eventually get stashed in a drawer because patients have to go out of their way to use the devices.
Robin A. Felder, ...
Robin A. Felder, Ph.D.
Robin A. Felder, Ph.D.
Robin A. Felder, PhD
Professor of Pathology,
Associate Director Laboratory Medicine,
The University of Virginia
Dr. Robin Felder is a Professor of Pathology and Associate Director of Laboratory Medicine at the University of Virginia-UVA, and is Chair of Medical Automation.org.
Dr. Felder received his PhD in Biochemistry from Georgetown University.
has published over 300 papers, reviews, chapters, and co-edited three books on medical automation.
has been awarded 22 patents and has founded 9 biotech companies, including two non-profit organizations including the SLAS predecessor organization, the Association for Laboratory Automation and its journal (JALA), and Medical Automation.org.
He has received numerous awards including the Engelberger Robotics Award, UVA's Innovator of the Year, and the AACC/NACB Annual Research Award.