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Moving to a New Home

Moving to a New Home FRONTLINES An Publication Managing Editor Susan Gillespie Vice President Steve Campbell Editorial Board Chair Robert H. Stiefel, CCE RHS Biomedical Engineering Consultants Baltimore, MD Graphic Designer Cindy Kang Publisher Alliance Comm. Group Associate Publisher Angela Fine Advertising Manager Vicki Cummins Copy Editor Barbara Saxton hen you move into a new home, you can tell a lot about the people who lived there before you, and about the neighbors in the building or down the block. As a new resident of Arlington, VA, and of the proverbial corner office here at AAMI, I'm excited to settle in. It's already obvious what a great place this is, and that the person who built it, Mike Miller, truly cared and continues to care about AAMI. This home is well built, with strong features and a welcoming presence. When you read Mike's final report to the membership in this edition of BI&T, you will be able to imagine what AAMI must have been like when Mike started, with not much more than the vision of its founders. Mike might not have created the architects' renderings, but he surely drafted the blueprints and built this house from the ground up. AAMI has his http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology Allen Press

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Publisher
Allen Press
Copyright
Copyright: © 2009 This is an Open Access article: verbatim copying and redistribution of this article are permitted in all media for any purpose, provided this notice is preserved along with the article's original URL.
Subject
FRONTLINES
ISSN
0899-8205
eISSN
1943-5967
DOI
10.2345/0899-8205-43.3.168
pmid
19480500
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Abstract

FRONTLINES An Publication Managing Editor Susan Gillespie Vice President Steve Campbell Editorial Board Chair Robert H. Stiefel, CCE RHS Biomedical Engineering Consultants Baltimore, MD Graphic Designer Cindy Kang Publisher Alliance Comm. Group Associate Publisher Angela Fine Advertising Manager Vicki Cummins Copy Editor Barbara Saxton hen you move into a new home, you can tell a lot about the people who lived there before you, and about the neighbors in the building or down the block. As a new resident of Arlington, VA, and of the proverbial corner office here at AAMI, I'm excited to settle in. It's already obvious what a great place this is, and that the person who built it, Mike Miller, truly cared and continues to care about AAMI. This home is well built, with strong features and a welcoming presence. When you read Mike's final report to the membership in this edition of BI&T, you will be able to imagine what AAMI must have been like when Mike started, with not much more than the vision of its founders. Mike might not have created the architects' renderings, but he surely drafted the blueprints and built this house from the ground up. AAMI has his

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Biomedical Instrumentation & TechnologyAllen Press

Published: May 1, 2009

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