Editor-in-Chief (Biomedical Segment)

Professor Utkan Demirci
Interim Division Chief and Director, Stanford Canary Center for Early Cancer Detection
Professor of Radiology
Professor of Electrical Engineering (by Courtesy)
Stanford University, USA
Email: [email protected]

Utkan Demirci is a professor with tenure at Stanford University School of Medicine and serves as the interim division chief and director of the Canary Center for Cancer Early Detection in the Department of Radiology. Prior to this appointment, he was an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He also served as a faculty at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology division. His group focuses on developing innovative microfluidic biomedical technology platforms with broad applications to multiple diseases. Some of his inventions have already been translated into Food and Drug Administration-approved products serving patients. He has mentored and trained many successful scientists, entrepreneurs and academicians.

Editor-in-Chief (Physics & Engineering Segment)

Professor Supriyo Datta
Thomas Duncan Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering
Purdue University, USA
Email: [email protected]

Supriyo Datta received his PhD from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has been with Purdue University since 1981. The non-equilibrium Green function (NEGF) method approach pioneered by his group for the description of quantum transport has been widely adopted in the field of nanoelectronics and he was elected to the US National Academy of Engineering for this work. He is also known for innovative theoretical proposals that have inspired new fields of research including molecular thermoelectricity, negative capacitance devices, and spintronics.

From the Founding Editors

Martin Yarmush & Mehmet Toner

Dear Colleague:

We are proud to have been chosen to lead this exciting opportunity for the greater community of applied researchers, applied scientists and engineers worldwide, namely the development of new high-impact journal entitled "Innovation and Emerging Technologies" (formerly known as TECHNOLOGY).

The motivation for this endeavor is to address the growing frustration among many applied scientists and engineers, who wish to publish their pioneering work in high-impact, interdisciplinary journals. High visibility/ high impact journals, in general, focus on the structure and function of the underlying science, and see technology development and technological innovation as less important. This focus has historically rejected many a Nobel Laureate's critical paper (e.g. Yalow and Berson's Radioimmunoassay, Paul Lautebur's NMR/MRI work, Kary Mullis' PCR paper, just to name a few). Certain clinical journals do provide high impact, but only after all the translational issues have been resolved to fully realize the application in patients. This "Catch-22" plagues applied scientists and engineers in all of today's important disciplines, but especially those working in the fields related to the Life and Health Science and Technology.

This limitation also has a negative impact on the entire process of research transfer and commercialization (or research translation). Such transfer of new, innovative technological ideas is best served by a proper means of publication of the initial scientific breakthrough, where the proof of concept is established and the actual innovation occurs and proceeds. Publication of these important advances tend, in our opinion, to suffer from, on the one hand, non-appreciative policies by the above-mentioned high impact science journals, and on the other hand, from the fact that somewhat less desirable, lower impact journals typically fail to garner adequate attention, and often lead to a lack of adequate funding. The resulting consequences of both constitute a virtual graveyard where many truly innovative ideas are buried.

In response to these growing concerns, which we know many of our esteemed international colleagues share, we are delighted to announce a new, high impact-striving yet inclusive by definition journal, called Innovation and Emerging Technologies. In this new journal, we aim to capture all work that is innovative, enabling, transformative, and early in its development with adequate proof of concept. We wish to emphasize the technology and its impact, and are not necessarily concerned if the paper is not "hypothesis driven".

Our publishing partner, World Scientific (WSPC) is fiercely dedicated to making the new Innovation and Emerging Technologies journal attain, a high impact factor as soon as possible, an effort which both of us and our colleagues on the Editorial Board intend to support wholeheartedly. This, of course, includes a very aggressive marketing and outreach plan. In this respect, we feel that the global reach and operation of ICP / WSPC, with their special strength in Asian Emerging markets, many of which have become hotbeds of innovation and new technological ideas, make this journal endeavor especially exciting.

Professor Martin "Maish" Yarmush
Founding Director, Center for Engineering in Medicine Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital Paul and Mary Monroe Professor of Science and Engineering Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering Rutgers University

Professor Mehmet Toner
Founding Director, NIH BioMEMs Resource Center Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital Helen Andrus Benedict Professor of Surgery and Bioengineering Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology Harvard Medical School

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Associate Editorial Board

  • Biomedical segment
  • Utkan Demirci (Stanford U)
  • Physics & Engineering segment
  • Supriyo Datta (Purdue U)

Associate Executive Editor:
  • O. Berk Usta (MGH/Harvard)

Board Members
  • Demir Akin (Stanford U)
  • Nicolas Alvarez, PhD (Drexel U)
  • Ayse Asatekin, PhD (Tufts U)
  • Waseem Asghar (Florida Atlantic U)
  • Ayse Aslihan Gokaltun (Harvard)
  • Rami El Assal (Boutique Venture Partners)
  • Vasily Belov, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Abhinav Bhushan (SUNY Binghamton)
  • Beyza Bulutoglu, PhD (Harvard)
  • Nilay Chakraborty, PhD (U Michigan)
  • Pu Chen (Wuhan U)
  • Alex Golberg, PhD (Tel Aviv U)
  • Umut A. Gurkan (Case Western Reserve U)
  • Nicole N. Hashemi (Iowa State U)
  • Rohit Jindal, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Mehdi Jorfi, PhD (Harvard)
  • Tania Konry, PhD (Northeastern U)
  • Jungwoo Lee, PhD (Umass Amherst)
  • Lei Li, PhD (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Bifeng Liu (Huazhong U of Science and Technology)
  • Selis Onel, PhD (Hacettepe U)
  • Kaushal Rege, PhD (Arizona State U)
  • Nima Saeidi (MGH/Harvard)
  • O. Umut Salman, PhD (CNRS, France)
  • Rebecca Sandlin, PhD (Harvard)
  • Erkin Seker, PhD (UC Davis)
  • Palaniappan Sethu (U Alabama Birmingham)
  • Keyue Shen, PhD (U Southern California)
  • Anil Shrirao (Hurel® Corporation)
  • Shannon Tessier, PhD (Harvard)
  • Basak Uygun, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Roman Voronov, PhD (NJ Institute of Tech)
  • Jun Wang (SUNY Albany)
  • Shuqi Wang (Sichuan U)
  • Ian Wong, PhD (Brown U)
  • Zhaowei Zhang (Wuhan U)

Editorial Board

  • Stylianos Andreadis, PhD (SUNY Buffalo)
  • Anthony Atala, MD (Wake Forest)
  • Kyriacos Athanasiou, PhD (UC Davis)
  • François Baneyx, PhD (U Washington)
  • Scott Banta, PhD (Columbia U)
  • Rashid Bashir, PhD (U Illinois)
  • Harihara Baskaran, PhD (Case Western)
  • William Bentley, PhD (U Maryland)
  • Albert van den Berg, PhD (U Tewente)
  • Sangeeta Bhatia, MD, PhD (MIT)
  • John Bischof, PhD (U Minnesota)
  • Rena Bizios, PhD (U Texas)
  • Brett Bouma, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Emery Brown, PhD (MIT)
  • Mark Burns, PhD (U Michigan)
  • Anthony Cerami, PhD (Araim Pharma)
  • Jeffrey Chalmers, PhD (Ohio State)
  • Christina Chan, PhD (Michigan State)
  • Juliana Chan, PhD (Nanyang Tech U Singapore)
  • Chris Chen, MD, PhD (U Pennsylvania)
  • Gang Chen, PhD (MIT)
  • Wilfred Chen, PhD (U Delaware)
  • Shu Chien, MD, PhD (UC San Diego)
  • Ashutosh Chilkoti, PhD (Duke U)
  • Smadar Cohen, PhD (Ben Gurion U)
  • Jim Collins, PhD (Boston U)
  • Serge Cosnier, PhD (U Joseph Fourier)
  • Pat Donohoe, MD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Chester Drum, MD, PhD (National U Singapore)
  • James Dunn, MD, PhD (UCLA)
  • Kathy Ferrara, PhD (UC Davis)
  • Albert Folch, PhD (U Washington)
  • Jeffrey Fredberg, PhD (Harvard U)
  • Donald Gaver, PhD (Tulane U)
  • George Georgiou, PhD (U Texas)
  • Steven George, MD, PhD (UC Irvine)
  • Hamid Ghandehari, PhD (University of Utah)
  • Maryellen Giger, PhD (U Chicago)
  • Alexander Golberg (Tel Aviv U)
  • Larry Gold, PhD (SomaLogic)
  • Martha Gray, PhD (MIT)
  • Farshid Guilak, PhD (Duke U)
  • Bin He, PhD (U Minnesota)
  • James Heath, PhD (CalTech)
  • David Ho, MD (Rockefeller U)
  • Paul Hogg, PhD (U London)
  • Jwo-Huei Jou, PhD (National Tsing-Hua U)
  • Barry Karger, PhD (Northeastern U)
  • Lydia Kavraki, PhD (Rice U)
  • Robert Keynton, PhD (U Louisville)
  • Laura Kiessling, PhD (U Wisconsin)
  • Kostas Konstantopoulos, PhD (Johns Hopkins)
  • Peter Kuhn, PhD (USC Dornsife)
  • Robert Langer, PhD (MIT)
  • Cato Laurencin, MD, PhD (U Connecticut)
  • Kyong Lee, PhD (Tufts U)
  • Luke Lee, PhD (UC Berkeley)
  • Kam Leong, PhD (Duke U)
  • Xingjie Liang, PhD (Chinese Acad Sci)
  • Depei Liu, PhD (Chinese Acad Med Sci)
  • Surya Mallapragada, PhD (Iowa State)
  • Scott Manalis, PhD (MIT)
  • Robert Marks, PhD (Ben Gurion U)
  • Dinos Mavroidis, PhD (Northeastern U)
  • Michael Miller, PhD (Johns Hopkins)
  • Chad Mirkin, PhD (Northwestern U)
  • Samir Mitragotri, PhD (UC Santa Barbara)
  • Jeffrey Morgan, PhD (Brown U)
  • Milan Mrksich, PhD (Northwestern U)
  • Shashi Murthy, PhD (Northeastern U)
  • Balaji Narasimhan, PhD (Iowa State)
  • David Odde, PhD (U Minnesota)
  • Eleftherios Papoutsakis, PhD (U Delaware)
  • Vikas Prakash, PhD (Case Western)
  • Jannick Rolland PhD (U Rochester)
  • Janet Ronsky, PhD (U Calgary)
  • Bruce Rosen, MD, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Clint Rubin, PhD (SUNY Stony Brook)
  • Boris Rubinsky, PhD (UC Berkeley)
  • Robert Sah, MD, ScD (UC San Diego)
  • Fatih Sarioglu, PhD (Georgia Tech)
  • David Schaffer, PhD (UC Berkeley)
  • Geert Schmid-Schonbein, PhD (UC San Diego)
  • Brian Seed, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Michael Sefton, PhD (U Toronto)
  • Donglu Shi, PhD (U Cincinnati)
  • Jen-taie Shiea, PhD (National Sun Yat-sen U)
  • Gerald Shulman, MD, PhD (Yale U)
  • Peter So, PhD (MIT)
  • Greg Stephanopoulos, PhD (MIT)
  • Shankar Subramaniam, PhD (UC San Diego)
  • Shuichi Takayama, PhD (Georgia Tech/Emory)
  • Matthew Tirrell, PhD (U Chicago)
  • Mehmet Toner, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Vladimir Torchilin, PhD (Northeastern U)
  • Thomas Ummenhofer, PhD (Karlsruhe Inst Tech)
  • Selim Ünlü, PhD (Boston U)
  • Charles Unsworth, PhD (U Auckland)
  • Subbu S. Venkatraman (Nanyang Tech U Singapore)
  • Roger Webb, PhD (U Surrey)
  • Ralph Weissleder, MD, PhD (MGH/Harvard)
  • Jennifer West, PhD (Duke U)
  • John Wikswo, PhD (Vanderbilt U)
  • Denis Wirtz, PhD (Johns Hopkins)
  • Yoshiharu Yamamoto, PhD (U Tokyo)
  • Martin Yarmush, MD, PhD (Rutgers/MGH)