Thelma Estrin and the Origins of Biomedical Computing [Scanning Our Past]

Abstract

In 1992 Frederik Nebeker of the History Center interviewed Thelma Estrin (1924-2014), first female IEEE vice president and one of the first female Life Fellows. She was noted for her pioneering contributions in the 1960s and 1970s to brain research and biomedical computing. Here Estrin discusses the impact of a strong mother; being one of the first women to… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/JPROC.2015.2425834

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@article{Magoun2015ThelmaEA, title={Thelma Estrin and the Origins of Biomedical Computing [Scanning Our Past]}, author={Alexander B. Magoun}, journal={Proceedings of the IEEE}, year={2015}, volume={103}, pages={983-988} }