Dr. Khalid Barazanji is a Co-Founder/CEO with ActiBioMotion. Dr Barazanji is responsible for overseeing government R&D contracts and grants, and for monitoring process development and control for commercial implantation services. Dr. Barazanji was the formal Chief of Enroute Care and Airworthiness Division at the U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL), Fort Rucker, Alabama. He has more than 19 years of experience working at USAARL in the area of medical transport research and testing. He has extensive expertise in the area of medical equipment airworthiness, human factors, and vibration research
Dr. Rahmatalla is a Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer with ABM. Addtionally, Dr. Rahmatalla is a professor at the University of Iowa in structure mechanics and biomechanics. He has more than a decade of expertise in the areas of motion capture, motion analysis, and motion simulation. Dr. Rahmatalla has many publications in peer-review journals and has presented at many national and international conferences.
Jonathan DeShaw, PhD Lead Engineer / Principal Investigator
Dr. Jonathan DeShaw is a the Lead Engineer at ActiBioMotion and the Principal Investigator on various projects. He graduated with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Iowa and has more than eight years in engineering, biomechanics, and whole-body vibration. He has authored and co-authored many papers in his field and has spoken at many national conferences. Furthermore, he has recently been involved in several projects with the military assessing human and system response to vibration and organizing many experimental studies including many simulating patient transport.
Dr. Gerene Denning serves as a program coordinator for ActiBioMotion, bringing her experience in research, program development, scientific writing, and grant preparation skills. She is also a Research Scientist in Emergency Medicine at the University of Iowa. Her basic science research experience includes the areas of biochemistry, cell biology, cellular signaling, inflammation, and cardioprotection. Work in these areas has generated dozens of peer-reviewed publications including the areas of clinical and injury prevention and simulated patient transport.