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Prof. Anthony Nobles has lectured and presented material in the fields of biomedical engineering, neuro surgery, and cardiac and vascular procedures, at conferences and events around the world.  Prof. Nobles comes from a non-traditional educational background, with knowledge and experience developed by years of building technologies and evolving them for new, innovative applications.  Nobles’ engineering background and close working relationships with doctors and surgeons have made him one of the most truly unique individuals in the medical device industry.   It is because of his rare perspective on his industry that he feels it important to share and pass on the knowledge he has gained over the course of his career.

Prof. Anthony Nobles recently became a Professor of Biomedical Engineering with the West Saxon University in Zwickau, Germany, where he donates his time, knowledge, and experience.

Nobles with race design engineering students from the Westsachsiche Hochshule.

Nobles with race design engineering students from the Westsachsiche Hochshule before a demonstration in his Ferrari Formula 1 car.

 

 

Lectures and Presentations

Prof. Nobles gives his acceptance speech upong being granted the title of Professor at the Westsachsiche Hochshule in Zwickau, Germany.

Prof. Nobles gives his acceptance speech upong being granted the title of Professor at the Westsachsiche Hochshule in Zwickau, Germany.

Prof. Nobles has lectured and presented at the American College of Surgeons, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Society of Vascular Surgery, the University of California at Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Chapman University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, and the International Society of Neurology and Neurological Surgeons. He also holds an appointment to the National Board of Advisors for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Selected Lectures, Scientific Papers, and Presentations

2010

Congress on Structural Intervention
(Frankfurt, Germany)
“Percutaneous Closure Using the Nobles Suture Mediated Technology”
“Trans-femoral Closure of Patent Foramen Ovale”
“Trans-apical Closure During Structural Heart Procedures”

1994

International Association of Neurology and Neurological Surgeons

Rome, Italy: “Endoscopic Placement of a Shunt for Hydrocephalus”


1993

American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Scientific Poster Session, “Endoscopic Placement of a Shunt for Hydrocephalus”

American College of Surgeons
Scientific Poster Session, “Reduced Insertion Pressure Lowers the Risk of Injury: A Study of Trocar Insertion Forces”
Scientific Poster Session, “Visualization Upon Endoscopic Entry”

International Association of Neurology and Neurological Surgeons
Paris, France: “Endoscopic Placement of a Shunt for Hydrocephalus”

University of Southern California – School of Pharmacy
Executive Management Institute in Health Care (Faculty), “The Impact of Less Invasive Surgery in Health Care”
Executive Management Institute in Health Care (Faculty), “Health Care Management in the 90’s and Beyond”


1992


American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Scientific Poster Session, “Stereo-tactic Fiber-optic Ventriculoscopy”


1991

Harvard Medical School
Angioscopy, Endovascular Surgery and Interventional Techniques, “Angioscopy Techniques”

Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)
Scientific Paper, “Percutaneous Neuro Endoscopy”

University of California, Los Angeles
State of the Art Urology Symposium (Faculty), “Instrumentation in Laparoscopy”


1990

American College of Surgeons
Scientific Poster Session, “Angioscopy”

American College of Surgeons
Scientific Poster Session, “Digital Angioscopy”

Biomedical Business International – Irvine, CA
Technologies and Opportunities in Perspective, “Endoscopic Visualization Technology”

Harvard Medical School
Angioscopy, Current Practice and Future Trends, “Angioscopy Techniques”

University of California, Los Angeles
Endovascular Surgery Symposium (Faculty), “Endoscopic Surgical Devices”
Endoscopic Surgery Symposium, “Endoscopic Surgical Devices”
Vascular Surgery Symposium (Faculty), “Endoscopic surgical Devices”
Laparoscopy in Urology (Faculty), “Instrumentation for Laparoscopic Surgery”


1989

American College of Surgeons
General Surgery Symposium (Scientific Poster Session), “Limiting Irrigation During Angioscopy”

Harvard Medical School
Angioscopy, Endovascular Surgery and and Interventional Techniques, “Angioscopy Techniques”

University of California, Los Angeles
Endovascular and Laser Surgery Symposium, “Image Resolution and Angioscopy Equipment”

Wenske Laser Center
Spring: “Current and Future Applications of Lasers” (Faculty)
Fall: “Current and Future Applications of Lasers in Gynecology and General Surgery” (Faculty) [Angioscopy]


1988

American College of Surgeons 
Scientific Poster Session, “Digital Angioscopic Techniques”

 

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