|ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|School: Schaefer School of Engineering & Science|
|Department: Chemistry, Chemical Biology & Biomedical Engineering|
|Program: Biomedical Engineering|
- BE, Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1983
- MS, Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University, 1991
Jonathan B. Gabel, P.E., is a Principal Engineer at ETHICON (a Johnson & Johnson Company) in a device development R&D group. He has 23 years of medical device design and development practice divided between J&J and Becton Dickinson. His extensive medical device experience includes a diverse range of therapies including the design and manufacture of Class II and Class III implant devices including hemostat delivery devices, surgical tissue repair for female pelvic floor reconstruction, insulin-specific drug delivery pens, lancing devices, safety syringes, surgical ligating clip appliers, vascular graft cell deposition technology, vascular infusion and balloon catheters, catheter delivery systems and scintillation camera collimators. He has 13 US patents plus additional published patent applications. Jonathan has been an Adjunct Instructor at Stevens Institute of Technology since Spring 2001. He taught the Freshman Design II Lab E122 from 2001 - 2004 and most recently has been designing and teaching a new Graduate course and lab in Biomaterials since 2004. He has lectured on "Biomaterials in the Design of Medical Devices" at two professional society local chapter meetings. Jonathan is a licensed Professional Engineer in NJ and holds a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University.