Sign in

Engineering Assistant

Taylor, MI
September 26, 2020

Contact this candidate


Khaled Mansour

***** ******** **. ******** *******, MI, 48127

Phone: 313-***-****



Wayne State University Site educational leader Assistant Detroit MI. USA

Princeton Review MCAT, ACT, SAT, AP Science Ann Arbor, Michigan USA

Jan 2019 - Present

A hard working, pleasant, self-motivated, and great communicator professional how possess a strong background in creating and teaching educational cirriculum. Additional responsibility is teaching all the preparatory courses such as biochemistry, molecular biology, genetic, biomedical engineering subjects, electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, advanced mathematics, statistics, and biological science. I am also teaching MCAT, ACT, SAT and AP subjects at Princeton Review in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


USMIT Research Dubai. UAE

Jan 2010 - Dec 2018

Prepare, write, format and present peer reviewed scientific articles Design specific measuring circuits and detect the basic physiological signals.

Western blotting (protein blotting or immunoblotting) is a rapid and sensitive assay for detection and characterization of proteins. It is based on the principle of immunochromatography where proteins are separated into polyacrylamide gel according to their molecular weight

Train clinicians and other medical personnel on the proper use of equipment.

Oversee the fabrication and testing of systems after installation to ensure performance and client requirements are met

Create and apply design and development standards and procedures

ITT Institute Research Instructor Dearborn, MI

Dec 2013 – Dec 2016


Educates and advises staff and principles and safe clinical application of biomedical equipment Repaired equipment, utilizing knowledge of electronics and using standard test instruments and hand tools.

Instructed and directed workers in servicing and repairing equipment.

consulted with engineering personnel to resolve unusual problems in system operation and maintenance.

Instructed workers in electronic theory.

Safety-tested medical equipment and health-care facility's structural environment

Ensured patient and staff safety from electrical and mechanical hazards

St Claire Community College Instructor Port Huron, MI Aug 2008 – May 2009

Principles of Regenerative Biology and Medicine

Engineering Physiology

Engineering Anatomy

Oakland Community College Instructor Highland, MI

Sep 2010 – Apr 2011

Anatomy and physiology.

Biology and Chemistry.

Henry Ford College Instructor Dearborn, MI

Aug 2008 – May 2009




University of Michigan Instructor Dearborn, MI

Aug 2009 – Mar 2010


Organic Chemistry

Wayne State University Research Supervisor Detroit, MI

School of Medicine

Dec 2000 – Nov 2010

Vitro Vivo research Properties of Viscoelastic Materials Using Ultrasound, MRI, PET, SPECT, CT.

Mathematical Model and FEA analyses of upper airway mechanics applying to large deformation

Computational fluid mechanics applying to airway obstructions

Writing grants and published manuscripts

focuses on performing experiments using artificial intelligence related electromyography (EMG), electroencephalography (EEG), and programming for human computer interface for medical robot/machine control

. Develop FEA -3 D mathematical model using CAD, CAM software and FEMP for solver. Applying laminar and turbulent fluid mechanics using Navier Stokes equations to solve large deformation mechanical model.

Collect, analyze and integrate patient information in order to identify and meet the patient- specific needs (physical/mental limitations, current emotional/physiological status regarding the testing procedure, pertinent medical/social history) and to determine final testing parameters/procedures in conjunction with the ordering physician or clinical director and laboratory protocols.

Complete and verify documentation.

Explain pre-testing, testing and post-testing procedures to the patient.

Testing Preparation Procedures

oPrepare and calibrate equipment required for testing to determine proper functioning and make adjustments if necessary.

oApply electrodes and sensors according to accepted published standards.

General Motor Detroit, MI 1994-1998

Research Engineer specializing in accident reconstruction and vehicle crash performance. Research activities include conducting collision experiments, vehicle handing and performance testing, component performance testing, visibility analysis and basic research in various areas of automotive collision safety.

Consulting Activities:

Court appearances as an expert witness in the area of accident reconstruction and analysis of vehicle safety systems, including restraints and seat systems. Specializes in mathematical analysis of vehicle and occupant forced motions during and following collisions. Tools utilized include mathematical models and computer-aided analysis of vehicular dynamics, crush characteristics and collision induced occupant motion.

Vehicle and component crash evaluation, including static and dynamic testing of vehicle structures. Full-scale vehicle crash testing, as well as static force/deflection testing for comparison of yield strength and design characteristics. Component collision performance evaluation, including seat structures, restraint systems, door and latch systems. Studies of collision induced occupant kinematics. Visibility analysis of environmental collision factors, including low light and line-of-sight studies. Studies have involved still photography, video and computer-generated analysis.


Technical Univ of Denmark Research Assistant Denmark

Jun 1990 – May 1994

Collect water/sludge samples and perform analysis on a regularly basis.

Monitor and perform maintenance work for the pilot plant instrument (pumps, air blowers, valves, etc.).

Manage laboratory and follow all necessary Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) regulations.

Process to Significantly Reduce Pathogens (PSRP) includes Aerobic Digestion, Air Drying, Anaerobic Digestion, Composting, and Lime Stabilization.

Treatment, Thermophilic Aerobic Digestion, Beta Ray Irradiation, Gamma Ray Irradiation, and Pasteurization. Each process has required operating conditions to demonstrate compliance


PhD Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University 2002

Detroit, Michigan, USA

Master of Science in Medical Research

Wayne State University Detroit, MI, USA, 2007

MBA Davenport University Grand Rapids, Michigan 2016

Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering

Northrop University Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1983

Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Technical University of Denmark Denmark 1997

Contact this candidate