The H. R. Lissner Medal recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of bioengineering. These achievements may be in the form of (1) significant research contributions in bioengineering; (2) development of new methods of measuring in bioengineering; (3) design of new equipment and instrumentation in bioengineering; (4) educational impact in the training of bioengineers; and/or (5) service to the bioengineering community, in general, and to the Bioengineering Division of ASME, in particular. The Bioengineering Division of ASME established the H. R. Lissner Award as a divisional award in 1977. It was upgraded to a society award in 1987, made possible by a donation from the Wayne State University and is named in honor of Professor H. R. Lissner of the Wayne State University for his pioneering work in biomechanics that began in 1939.

The 2015 Lissner Medal winner is Dr. James A. Ashton-Miller, Ph.D. Dr. Ashton-Miller...

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