S. Suner graduated from Brown University with degrees in biomedical engineering and medicine in 1992. After completing his residency at Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital in emergency medicine, he joined the faculty at Brown. Currently, a Professor, Dr. Suner Chairs the Emergency Preparedness Committee at Rhode Island Hospital and is the Team Leader of the RI-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team. He is the Director of the disaster medicine and medical technologies curricula at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University. Dr. Suner's research interests include translational technology insertion to the bedside, carbon monoxide toxicity, clinical trials, and brain computer interface technologies. He serves on various state and national committees, and he is on the editorial board of several journals. In addition, Dr. Suner continues to review manuscripts for many journals in emergency medicine and engineering. He is also an editor of the textbook "Disaster Medicine" and is a founder of Corum Medical Inc., the developer of LumenI, for noninvasive hemoglobin determination utilizing reflectance spectroscopy.
Biography Updated on 18 October 2012