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      Email: harish.damodarn@gmail.com


      Current projects:

      *Feed 100 homeless every month.

      *Develop a virtual reality environment for biking.



    Medical devices can empower humans beyond the boundaries set by disease, birth defects or an accident. I want to bring my knowledge of the human body, device design and effective and safe manufacturing process to tackle the current health issues we face.


    I have a passion for helping people and bringing joy to their lives.
    The way I see it- it can be thru a social service
    project or by curing diseases. I volunteer part time and chose the latter as a profession.

    If you have an idea, an opportunity or want to say hello drop me an email at harish.damodarn@gmail.com



    At Present:



    Research Engineer,

    Research in Virtual Environments and Rehabilitation Sciences Lab,

    Rutgers University,

    Newark, New Jersey




    In the Past:

    Biomedical Engineer 

    Stress and Motivated Behavioral Institute,

    Veterans Health Care Administration,

    East Orange, New Jersey




    Research Assistant

    Robot Assisted Virtual Rehabilitation Lab

    New Jersey Institute of Technology,

    Newark, New Jersey






    Recent blog posts

    • Half Marathon Thank You everyone. Finished my first half marathon. It was one the best experience I have had in my life. An immense feeling of satisfaction and a sense of gratitude ...
      Posted Feb 20, 2013, 9:06 AM by harish damodaran
    • Photo published in NJIT Winter magazine NJIT Magazine is published regularly by New Jersey Institute of Technology, Office of Strategic Communications. Its mission is to foster ties with alumni, university friends and corporate partners and to ...
      Posted Feb 15, 2011, 12:33 PM by harish damodaran
    • Thesis Defense Announcment TILT SIMULATION: VIRTUAL REALITY BASED UPPER EXTREMITY STROKE REHABILITATION   by Harish Damodaran Advisor: Dr. Sergei Adamovich.   The primary objective of this research is to design a recreational rehabilitation videogame that ...
      Posted Nov 30, 2010, 5:20 PM by harish damodaran
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