Matthew Campisi ,
PhD

Industry Associate Professor

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Matthew Campisi, PhD is a med-tech innovator and a savvy techno-preneur with more than 20 years of experience in research, teaching, and developing practical, scalable and affordable medical technologies that have helped save many lives. Matthew has led ‘all things technology’ at UE LifeSciences as the Founder and CTO to bring NoTouch BreastScan, iBreastExam, and cervAIcal products to life. As an educator, Matthew is an Industry Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. 

 

 

Research Interests:
Biomedical Signal Processing
Embedded System Design
Communications/Communication Theory
Medical Device Commercialization
Networking

Journal and Conference Papers

 

“Breast Cancer Detection Using Flexible High-Density Electrode Arrays and Electrical Impedance Tomography”
IEEE EMBS Conference 2014.  Authors: Matthew S. Campisi, Curtis Barbre, Aditya Chola, Gisselle Cunningham,
Virginia Woods, and Jonathan Viventi 

 

“Detection and Falsification Using Infrared Imaging: Time and Frequency Domain Analysis”
International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI-2014) 
Authors: Yaniv Azar, Matthew Campisi 

 

“Detection and Falsification Using Infrared Imaging: Time Domain Moving Average”
2014 IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques 
Authors: Yaniv Azar, Matthew Campisi 

 

“A High-Density, High-Channel Count, Multiplexed μECoG Array for Auditory-Cortex Recordings”
Journal of Neurophysiology Published 11 June 2014, DOI: 10.1152/jn.00179.2013 
Authors: Monty Armando Escabi , Heather L Read , Jonathan Viventi , Dae-Hyeong Kim,
Nathan C Higgins , Douglas Storace , Andrew S.K. Liu , Adam M Gifford , John F Burke,
Matthew Campisi , Yun-Soung Kim , Andrew E Avrin , Jan Van der Spiegel,
Yonggang Huang , Ming Li , Jian Wu , John A Rogers , Brian Litt , Yale E Cohen 

 

“High Sensitivity and Specificity of Digital Infrared Imaging for Breast Cancer Detection in Younger Women Undergoing Breast Biopsy”
Journal of Surgery - EJSO 36 (2010) 535-540 
Authors: Gordon C Wishart, Matthew Campisi, Dawn Chapman, Vanessa Shackleton,
Sharon Iddles, Alison Hallett, Peter D Britton 
 

 


General/Collaborative Research

NYU Tandon Impact Innovation Lab

 

 

Affiliations

IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Eta Kappa Nu - Electrical Engineering Honor Society

 


Commercial Prototype Development and Clinical Validation of Low C, (Co-Principle Investigator)

Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, 2 Years