Andrew Hall, D.Sc.
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
D.Sc. Biomedical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Image Guided Interventions and Surgery
3D Printing in Medicine
Dr. Hall’s research interests stem from his experience in medical imaging. He works with interventional radiologists to optimize pre-operative imaging protocols to support emerging minimally invasive procedures, such as prostate artery embolization. His lab is also working on image-guided robotic therapies for pedicle screw placement and laminectomy in the spine. His lab uses 3D printing extensively, including the development of 3D-printed objects with controllable radiopacity, and dissolvable 3D printed tissue molds derived from CT images. Finally, he works on the development of smart-phone based medical devices.
- 27 years in industry R&D prior to SLU
- Advising 3 MS and 3 undergraduate researchers
- 18 Peer-reviewed publications
- 15 Patents granted
- Research grant from Siemens Medical
- Research grant from Missouri ACC