OHSU

Mateo Aboy

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Email:
Phone: 503 725-2129
Website: http://www.mateoaboy.com

Current Appointments
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Division of Biomedical Engineering, OHSU
Associate Professor, Dept. Electrical Engineering & REE, OIT
Department Chair, Dept. Electrical Engineering & REE, OIT
Program Director EE(T), Dept. Electrical Engineering & REE, OIT

Office
20175 NW AmberGlen Ct., Suite 100
Beaverton, OR 97006

Education
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering / Biomedical, University of Vigo (ETSIT), Spain
M.B.A. Strategy & Innovation, University of London (in progress)
Exec. Certificate in Management & Leadership, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
M.S. (DEA). Telecommunications Engineering, University of Vigo (ETSIT), Spain
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Portland State University
B.S. Telecommunications Engineering, University of Vigo / MEC, Spain
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Portland State University
B.S Physics with Minor in Mathematics, Portland State University

Research Interests
The overall goal of my research is to develop novel engineering methods to help solve relevant biomedical problems. I'm particularly interested in problems involving the application of advanced statistical signal processing techniques to develop novel biomedical signal processing methods to analyze and extract information from physiologic signals that can help doctors make better diagnostic decisions and improve patient outcome. Additionally, I'm interested in the development of innovative medical devices & diagnostic systems that have the potential to improve patient treatment and quality of life while reducing the overall cost of healthcare. Within this area of research I'm currently working on five research lines: 1) development of novel methods of biomedical signal processing and analysis based on the Extended Kalman Filter and its generalizations to solve classical and new problems using a unified statistical approach; 2) development of novel methods for evaluation of antihypertensive treatment using ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; 3) interpretation of complex systems and nonlinear analysis techniques in the context of biomedical signal analysis and processing; 4) development of novel methods for prediction of fluid responsiveness and fluid optimization; and 5) development of innovative ambulatory medical devices and diagnostic systems that make use of novel algorithms to improve patient treatment and quality of life while reducing overall cost of healthcare.

Selected Publications
  • Statistical modeling of cardiovascular signals and parameter estimation based on the extended Kalman filter. McNames, J.; Aboy, M. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 55, Issue: 1, 2008 Page(s): 119-129
  • Adaptive Modeling and Spectral Estimation of Nonstationary Biomedical Signals Based on Kalman Filtering Aboy, M.; M£rquez, O.W.; McNames, J.; Hornero, R.; Thong, T.; Goldstein, B. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 52, Issue: 8, 2005, Page(s): 1485-1489
  • An Automatic Beat Detection Algorithm for Pressure Signals Aboy, M.; McNames. J; Thong, T.; Tsunami, D.; Ellenby, M. Goldstein, B. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 52, Issue: 10, 2006 Page(s): 1662-1670
  • Interpretation of the Lempel-Ziv complexity measure in the context of biomedical signal analysis Aboy M, Hornero R, Abasolo D, Alvarez D IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 53, Issue: 11, 2006, Page(s): 2282-8
  • Reliability and Accuracy of Heart Rate Variability Metrics versus ECG Segment Duration McNames; Aboy, M Medical & Biological Engineering and Computing, Volume: 44, Issue: 9, 2006, Page(s): 747-756
  • An Automatic Algorithm for Stationary Segmentation of Extracellular Microelectrode Recordings Aboy, M; Falkerberg, JH. Medical & Biological Engineering and Computing, Volume: 44, Issue: 6, 2006, Page(s): 511-515
  • -The Population RDH Index. A Novel Index and Graphical Method for Statistical Assessment of Antihypertensive Treatment Reduction, Duration, and Homogeneity Aboy, M.; Fernandez, J.R.; Hermina, R.C. Blood Pressure Monitoring. Volume: 11, Issue: 3, 2006, Page(s): 143-155
  • -The Individual RDH Index. A Novel Vector Index for Statistical Assessment of Antihypertensive Treatment Reduction, Duration, and Homogeneity Aboy, M.; Fernandez, J.R.; Hermina, R.C. Blood Pressure Monitoring. Volume: 11, Issue: 2, 2006, Page(s): 69-78
  • Interpretation of Approximate Entropy. Case Studies in the Analysis of Intracranial Pressure During Acute Elevations in Traumatic Brain Injury Honero, R.; Aboy, M.; Ab£salo, D.; McNames, J.; Goldstein, B. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 52, Issue: 10 , 2005, Page(s): 1671-1680
  • A Novel Algorithm to Estimate the Pulse Pressure Variation Index Aboy, M.; McNames. J; Thong, T.; Phillips, C.R..; Ellenby, M. Goldstein, B. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume: 51, Issue: 12, 2004, Page(s): 2198 2203