1962 B.S. Electrical Engineering, Christian Brothers College
1965 M.S. Electrical Engineering, Case Institute of Technology
1967 Ph.D. Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
Electrophysiology (neural, cardiac); mathematical modeling of biological systems; nonlinear system dynamics; and electromagnetic field theory.
Professor Clark is a Life Fellow of the¬†Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers¬†(IEEE) for contributions to modeling in electrophysiology and cardiopulmonary systems. Cited as one of the leaders in bioengineering in the Houston area, he has served as the president of the¬†international¬†IEEE Society for¬†Engineering in Medicine and Biology¬†(EMBS) and has held several offices in that Society. He is also a Founding Fellow of the¬†Biomedical Engineering Society¬†(BMES) and has served on the Governing Board of that Society. In 1993, he was inducted as a Founding Fellow, in the¬†American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering¬†(AIMBE) in a ceremony held at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. Early in his career, he spent a sabbatical year as an¬†Alexander von Humboldt Foundation¬†Fellow at the University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2009, Clark received the IEEE/Engineering in Medicine and Biology Service Award, "for outstanding service and contributions to the EMB Society and a meritorious career in biomedical engineering education."
2009:¬†IEEE/EMBS Service Award, "For outstanding service and contributions to the EMB Society and a meritorious career in biomedical engineering education." Presented at 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC‚Äô09)
2005:¬†Founding Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
2005:¬†Life Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),"For Contributions to Modeling in Electrophysiology and Cardiopulmonary Systems",
2003:¬†President, IEEE/Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)