EZ Technologies Presents - A breakthrough discovery symposium - Reducing radiation absorption from cellphones

Monday, February 11, 2013 | 9am – Noon City University of New York

Program

9:00am Coffee & Networking
9:30am Welcome Remarks Haim Einhorn CEO EZ Technologies
10:00am Panel Discussion Dr. Moshe Einat Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Ariel University Center of Samaria, Israel Dr. Nachaat Mazeh Research associate at Beaumont Health Systems Dr. Nancy L. Mueller Neurologist, Institute of Neurological Care, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
11:00am Q & A with Panelists
12:00pm Coffee & Networking
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Dr. Moshe Einat

Dr. Moshe Einat is an award-winning researcher and lecturer at the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the Ariel University of Samaria, Israel, pursuing research in ferroelectric cathode gyrotron, millimeter wave radar and free electron laser and the Biefeld-Brown effect. He is the inventor of several patent applications including innovations in mobile phone radiation elements. Dr. Einat received Masters of Science degrees and his PhD from Tel Aviv University (1996 and 2004 respectively) and his Bachelor of Science degree from Tel Aviv University. He served in the Israeli Military from 1988-1994, achieving the rank of Major. He was awarded honor scholarships from the engineering faculty at Tel Aviv University from 2000-2002. He currently resides in Israel.

 

Dr. Nachaat Mazeh

Dr. Mazeh is a research associate at Beaumont Health System in Michigan, working on computer simulations in cardiac electrophysiology. He has held several positions in his field including research associate at the Middle-East Center for Research on Arrhythmia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering, a master’s in particle physics and a PhD in biomedical sciences. His current interests in biomedical research consist of bridging the gaps between scientific discovery and clinical implementation. He is currently applying non-invasive imaging techniques such as speckle tracking echocardiography and MRI to build patient-specific computer models to simulate many diseased conditions. His discovery published in Heart Rhythm (2009) may explain ventricular fibrillation leading to sudden cardiac arrest and the increased rate of heart attack with aging. He is working on building the cardiac architecture from non-invasive analysis to possibly identify the heart “fingerprint”.

 

Dr. Nancy Mueller

Dr. Mueller is an award-winning neurologist at the Institute of Neurological Care in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Her previous work includes stints at NYU Medical Center/Bellevue Hospital and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. She is affiliated with numerous medical groups including AMA, New Jersey Medical Society and AMPAC. She served as President of NANJ (Neurological Association of New Jersey) and was the recipient of the Palatucci Advocacy Award, presented by the American Academy of Neurology for Public Advocacy. Dr. Mueller received her Medical Doctorate degree in 1976 from the Université Catholique de Louvain Woluwe, Ste. Lambert in Brussels, Belgium. She is licensed to practice neurology in New Jersey, New York and Vermont. She currently resides in New Jersey.

 

Haim Einhorn

Haim Einhorn, CEO of EZ Technologies, oversees a wide range of innovative personal health-care product research, development and manufacturing, including the Bodywell Chip. Before becoming CEO of EZ Technologies, Haim owned Arbel 1 LLC, a real-estate development company in the southeastern United States. While heading Arbel 1, Haim and his team bought, renovated and developed properties in Miami Beach, Tampa and Raleigh, NC. Haim was commander of a tank division in the Israeli Army from 1974-1977 and received his BA in business administration from Tel Aviv University in 1979. He currently resides in Miami, Florida, his home for over 25 years.