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Vijay K. Varadan

Vijay K. Varadan
Vijay K. Varadan
Co-founder and CMO/CTO/CIO
Nanowear Inc
Penn State Innovation Park


Vijay K. Varadan is a co-founder and CMO/CTO/CIO of Nanowear Inc at the Penn State Innovation Park. Nanowear is the leading developer of patented, textile-based nanosensor technology with application in the cardiac, neurological, diabetic and sports medicine / performance diagnostic monitoring markets. The Company’s proprietary technology enables wireless, real-time electrophysiological monitoring that provides medical professionals with accurate and continuous diagnostic data through a cost-effective and non-invasive wearable deployment. Professor Varadan is also associated with the Department of Engineering Science and Department of Neurosurgery at Penn State Hershey Medical School as Distinguished Professor. He serves as the Twenty-First Century Endowed Chair in Nano-and Bio-Technology and Medicine, and Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering (College of Engineering) and Neurosurgery (College of Medicine) at University of Arkansas from 2005 till 2017 and Emeritus-in-Service now. He also holds honorary doctorate degrees in Nano-, and Bio-Technologies and Medicine from India, Australia and Korea. He also served on the faculty of Cornell University, Ohio State University and Pennsylvania State University where he was Distinguished Professor of Engineering Science and Electrical Engineering and Neurosurgery since 1983. He was the Director of the University of Arkansas High Density Electronic Center and the NSF Center for Wireless Nanosensors and Systems (WiNS).

Research Interest

He has developed neurostimulator, wireless microsensors and systems for sensing and control of Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, glucose in the blood and Alzheimer’s disease