Laura Burattini



Phone: +39 071 2204461

Mobile: +39 347 5671363

Fax: +39 071 2204224

Skype: burattini.laura



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Current positions

- B.M.E.D. CEO and President

- Scientific Consultant for the B.M.E.D. «ECG division» and «special projects»

- Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Information Engineering,Polytechnic University of Marche

- Professor of “Bioengineering” and “ Biomedical signal processing “ courses at the Polytechnic University of Marche


Research interests

Her research interests include the identification of indexes of cardiovascular risk from the electrocardiographic signal, and in particular from the repolarization T wave.


Previous work experiences

- Consultant software designer, Global Instrumentation LLc, Manlius, New York, USA.  Software design for digital ECG  processing in diagnostic instrumentation

- Senjor software designer, Datalogic Spa, Calderaia di Reno (BO), Italy. Digital signal and image processing for decoding bidimentional and tridimentional bar codes

- Consultant software designer, Vega Srl, Grottazzolina (FM), Italy. Software design for images processing for the occult blood identification in diagnostic instrumentation

- Researcher Fellow  in Biomedical Engineering, INRCA, Department of Cardiovascular Disease, Fermo (FM), Italy. Evaluation of the association between  cardiac diseases and stroke

- Fellow position in biomedical engineering, Heart Research Follow-Up Program, Medical Center, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. ECG processing: analysis of repolarization variability and T-wave alternans



- PhD in Biomedical/Electronic Engineering, University of Rochester, New York, USA, 1998

- Master of Science, University of Rochester,   University of Rochester, New York, USA, 1995

- Italian Professional Abilitation to Engineering Practice, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy, 1994

- Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy, 1993



She is author of 33 publications on international journals, 32 conference proceedings and 3 book chapters.