Cardiovascular Research & Training Institute (CVRTI) is one of the premier heart research institutes in the country and affiliated with the University of Utah. The institute houses state of the art research facilities including our lab. You can learn more about CVRTI here.
Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF) is also affiliated with University of Utah. All of our anatomical scans of the heart, the micro-vasculature and cardiac fibers are acquired using their state of the art MRI (7 Tesla) and CT scanners. More information about SAIF can be found here.
Scientific Computing & Imaging (SCI) Institute is also affiliated with the University of Utah and is renowned for cutting edge research in scientific computing and visualization. We use several of their image processing and scientific visualization tools for our bio-signal visualization and analysis. More information about SCI can be found here
Kedar is a multi-talented individual who is always pleasure to work with. At Whirlpool, he skillfully applied his educational background in technology with his intuitive understanding of business management tools to attack difficult assignments totally unrelated to his experience
Kedar pays great attention to details, particularly early in a project where they matter the most, while somehow keeping the project on schedule. He studies the vocabulary, principles and issues associated with each challenge presented to him so as to rapidly gain credibility with the new people with whom he needs to work. Kedar strives to remain in tune with management expectations, even when they are not explicitly communicated to him, but finds diplomatic ways to adjust management expectations when they are not aligned with shareholder needs or with realistic deliverables.
From my experience working with Kedar, however, I would say his greatest strength is probably his repeated demonstrated ability to influence and lead cross-functional amorphous teams, over whom he typically had no management authority, by deftly combining his networking, project management and people skills
– Stephen Krefman, Senior Counsel, Patents
Thanks so much for taking the time to help with our senior project. Your explanations of the electrophysiology and your experiments, your provision of the data, and your suggestions along the way were a huge factor in our success – we couldn’t have done it without you.
– Jackson, Nick, Taylor, Tyler, Undergraduate Students, Utah