Search

Bryan P Bergeron

from Brookline, MA
Age ~65

Bryan Bergeron Phones & Addresses

  • 27 Stearns Rd, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 566-6177
  • Gonzales, LA
  • Boston, MA
  • 27 Stearns Rd APT 8, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 733-9610

Work

Company: Physical sciences incorporated - Andover, MA 2003 Position: Principal research scientist & project manager

Education

School / High School: THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY- Baltimore, MD 1998 Specialities: Doctor of Philosophy in Inorganic/Materials Chemistry

Resumes

Resumes

Bryan Bergeron Photo 1

Technologist

View page
Location:
Boston y alrededores
Industry:
Ejrcito
Bryan Bergeron Photo 2

My Businesses

View page
Location:
27 Stearns Rd, Brookline, MA 02446
Industry:
Information Technology And Services
Work:

My Businesses
Education:
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Tulane University
Harvard University
Skills:
Healthcare
Healthcare Information Technology
Medical Devices
Informatics
Start Ups
Entrepreneurship
Program Management
Clinical Research
Hospitals
Electronics
Patents
Public Health
Business Intelligence
Business Strategy
Healthcare Management
Robotics
Software
Intellectual Property
Enterprise Software
Healthcare Consulting
Medical Simulation
Embedded Systems
Public Speaking
Ehr
Government
Quality Improvement
Emr
Physicians
Thought Leadership
Business Process Improvement
New Technology Evaluation
Physical Computing
Expert Witness
Innovation
Cerner
Virtual Reality
Telemedicine
Serious Games
Translational Reality
Healthcare Information Technology
Interests:
Time Travel
Bryan Bergeron Photo 3

Bryan Bergeron

View page
Bryan Bergeron Photo 4

Bryan Bergeron

View page
Bryan Bergeron Photo 5

Bryan Bergeron

View page
Bryan Bergeron Photo 6

Bryan Bergeron

View page
Bryan Bergeron Photo 7

Bryan Bergeron

View page
Bryan Bergeron Photo 8

Bryan Bergeron Arlington, MA

View page
Work:
PHYSICAL SCIENCES INCORPORATED
Andover, MA
2003 to Apr 2012
Principal Research Scientist & Project Manager

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
Baltimore, MD
1998 to 2003

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

1998 to 2003
Professor Gerald J. Meyer, Ph.D

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

1998 to 2000
Teaching Assistant

FIBEROPTICS TECH. INC
Pomfret, CT
Jun 1996 to 1998
Research Assistant; Research Advisor

CLARK UNIVERSITY

1996 to 1998
Professor Mark M. Turnbull, Ph.D

CLARK UNIVERSITY
Worcester, MA
1994 to 1998

CLARK UNIVERSITY

1995 to 1995
Department Tutor

Education:
THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
Baltimore, MD
1998 to 2003
Doctor of Philosophy in Inorganic/Materials Chemistry

CLARK UNIVERSITY
Worcester, MA
1994 to 1998
Master of Arts in Inorganic/Materials Chemistry

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bryan P Bergeron
President, Treasurer, Director, Secretary
ARCHETYPE TECHNOLOGIES, INC
Health/Allied Services
258 Harvard St SUITE 315, Brookline, MA 02146
27 Stearns Rd #3, Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 593-8213

Publications

Wikipedia

Bryan Berger

View page

Jan 13, 2009 ... Bryan Bergeron, MD, is an author of numerous books in the fields of medicine, computers, biotechnology, and business. ...

Wikipedia References

Bryan Bergeron Photo 9

Bryan Bergeron

Work:
Company:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology faculty • Harvard Medical School faculty

Position:

Author • President

Education:

He teaches in the HST Division of Harvard Medical School and MIT and is president of Archetype Technologies, Inc.

Bryan Bergeron Photo 10

Bryan Bergeron

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Wireless Web

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0071381430

Dark Ages II : When the Digital Data Die

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0130661074

Bioinformatics Computing

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0131008250

Essentials of Shared Services

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0471250791

Business Expectations: Are You Using Technology to Its Fullest?

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0471271098

Essentials of Knowledge Management

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0471281131

Essentials of Shared Services

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0471445444

Essentials of XBRL: Financial Reporting in the 21st Century

View page
Author

Bryan Bergeron

ISBN #

0471458082

Us Patents

Virtual Patient Hot Spots

View page
US Patent:
6747672, Jun 8, 2004
Filed:
Jun 26, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/603368
Inventors:
Karl Haakonsen - Roslindale MA
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA
Stas Taraschansky - Natick MA
Raymond C. Kurzweil - Newton MA
Assignee:
Medical Learning Company, Inc. - Wellesley Hills MA
International Classification:
G09G 500
US Classification:
345700, 345716, 345764, 345771, 434262
Abstract:
A method of simulating an encounter with a virtual patient includes displaying an image of the virtual patient, receiving user selection of an area of the image of the virtual patient, and transmitting signals that associated with the user selected area of the image, the signals being based on the state of the virtual patient.

Web Simulator

View page
US Patent:
7386432, Jun 10, 2008
Filed:
Jun 26, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/603604
Inventors:
Karl Haakonsen - Roslindale MA, US
Stas Taraschansky - Natick MA, US
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA, US
Raymond C. Kurzweil - Newton MA, US
Assignee:
Medical Learning Co., Inc./Web Simulator - Wellesley Hills MA
International Classification:
G06G 7/48
G06G 7/58
G06F 15/177
US Classification:
703 11, 709220, 434262, 434366
Abstract:
A method of providing a software application to different network clients from a server including maintaining one or more sets of state data, each set of state data describing the state of an instance of an application, each instance of an application corresponding to one or more network clients, updating the sets of state data in accordance with applications running on one or more computers connected to the server via a local area network and for at least one of the sets of state data generating an interface based on the set of state data and transmitting the generated interface to the corresponding network client(s).

Morphing Patient Features Using An Offset

View page
US Patent:
7777763, Aug 17, 2010
Filed:
Aug 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/195905
Inventors:
Karl Haakonsen - Roslindale MA, US
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA, US
Stas Taraschansky - Natick MA, US
Raymond C. Kurzweil - Newton MA, US
Assignee:
Medical Learning Company, Inc. - Wellesley Hills MA
International Classification:
G09G 5/00
US Classification:
345646, 345647, 345653, 345473
Abstract:
A method of displaying an image of at least a portion of a virtual patient including accessing identification of a video file, the video file comprising video data that depicts virtual patient features over a range of the features, determining an offset into the video file and presenting the video image corresponding to the offset.

Systems And Methods For Indirect Control Of Processor Enabled Devices

View page
US Patent:
8239047, Aug 7, 2012
Filed:
Jul 15, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/503471
Inventors:
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA, US
International Classification:
G05B 15/00
G05B 19/18
G05B 11/01
A63F 9/24
G06F 15/18
G06N 3/08
US Classification:
700 83, 700 2, 700 11, 700 17, 700 20, 700 23, 463 47, 706 25
Abstract:
Individuals can operate processor enabled devices at a high level of performance, even if they have little or no familiarity with those devices, by indirectly operating them through a first processor enabled device. The direct interactions of individuals with a familiar device can be communicated to one or more processors that perform signal processing functions in order to generate control signals that direct the operation of a second, unfamiliar processor-enabled device. In this closed-loop system, individuals can receive real-time feedback on the performance of the second device in a form associated with the operation of the first device.

Intelligent Tutoring System

View page
US Patent:
8356997, Jan 22, 2013
Filed:
Dec 4, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/328018
Inventors:
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA, US
Assignee:
Accella Learning, LLC - Louisville KY
International Classification:
G09B 7/00
US Classification:
434323
Abstract:
An intelligent tutoring system can be implemented using filters, predictive modeling, and a knowledge warehouse, which allows content to be dynamically selected for individualized presentation to a learner. Such an intelligent tutoring system can be implemented using a variety of techniques, including polynomial vector equations in modeling, extensible markup language storage formats for presentation data, and a knowledge warehouse with information stored in data cubes.

Patient Simulator

View page
US Patent:
20040138864, Jul 15, 2004
Filed:
Dec 24, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/745842
Inventors:
Raymond Kurzweil - Newton MA, US
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA, US
Karl Haakonsen - Roslindale MA, US
Assignee:
Medical Learning Company, Inc., a Delaware corporation
International Classification:
G06G007/48
US Classification:
703/011000
Abstract:
A method of providing a software application to different network clients from a server. The method includes maintaining sets of state data describing the state of an instance of an application, updating the sets of state data based on information received from applications running on computers connected to the server via a local area network; and generating an interface based on the set of state data; and for transmission to a network client.

Patient Simulator

View page
US Patent:
6692258, Feb 17, 2004
Filed:
Jun 26, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/603045
Inventors:
Raymond C. Kurzweil - Newton MA
Bryan Bergeron - Brookline MA
Karl Haakonsen - Roslindale MA
Assignee:
Medical Learning Company, Inc. - Wellesley Hills MA
International Classification:
G09B 2328
US Classification:
434262, 600300, 600301, 128922
Abstract:
A method includes generating a virtual patient representative of a fictitious medical subject from execution of a simulation application that accesses a domain of medical characteristics and dynamically producing an image of the virtual patient to present to a user based on executing of the simulation application using virtual patient state data. The method also includes updating the state data by interpreting data structures defining selected virtual patient characteristics and controlling rates of changes in virtual patient state data to speed up or slow down evolution of changes in the image of the virtual patient presented to the user.
Bryan P Bergeron from Brookline, MA, age ~65 Get Report