George Yanulis, D.Eng. Expert Witness

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General Specialties: Medical Devices

Specialty Focus: Implantable Cardiac Devices, Medical Imaging Systems, Cardiac Pacemakers, Heart Failure Therapy Devices, Product Device Liability, FDA Regulatory Device Controls, Cardiovascular Devices, Medical Device Implants, Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator, Medical Device Failure Analysis, Medical Device

Education: Doctorate in Engineering, Cleveland State University/Cleveland Clinic ; Master of Science, University of Pittsburgh; Master of Engineering, University of Virginia; Bachelor of Arts, Syracuse University

Years in Practice: 20

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 6


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EDUCATION: • Doctorate in Engineering - Biomedical Engineering) • Master of Science - Bioengineering • Master of Engineering - Biomedical Engineering QUALIFICATIONS: • Biomedical Engineering Research & Development • Medical Device Expert Witness • Medical Devices Research & Development (R&D) • R&D Bridge to transplantation devices for patients in heart failure • Food & Drug Medical (FDA) Device Regulatory Protocols • Echocardiography • Cardiac MRI • Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) • Interventional Cardiology • Orthopedic Device Implants • Clinical Engineering • Heart Failure Studies • Atrial Fibrillation Studies • Therapeutic Radiological Physics • Nuclear Cardiology • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Devices • Medical Polymers & Plastics SEMINARS/TRAINING: EAS Webinar: FDA’s Transition from CFR 820 to the ISO 13485:2016 - Instituting a New Quality Management System (QMS), September, 2019 Rutgers Medical School, Cardiology Department, March, 2013 Rutgers College of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, 2012 Cleveland State University, Biomedical Engineering, April 2008 PUBLICATIONS: Lim P, Yanulis GE, Verhaert D, Greenberg NL, Grimm RA, Tchou PJ, Lellouche N, Wallick DW. Coupled pacing improves left ventricular function during simulated atrial fibrillation without mechanical dyssynchrony. Europace. 2010 Mar;12(3):430-6. doi: 10.1093/europace/eup440 Yanulis GE, Lim P, Ahmad A, Popović ZB, Wallick DW. Coupled pacing reverses the effects of persistent atrial fibrillation on the left ventricle. Ann Thorac Surg. 2008 Sep;86(3):984-7. doi: 10.1016/j.athoracsur.2008.03.085 Yanulis GE. A novel cardiac pacing paradigm for atrial fibrillation and heart failure patients [dissertation]. [Cleveland (OH)]: Cleveland State University; 2008 May. 106 p. Cingoz F, Yanulis GE, Ching E, Fukamachi K, Wallick DW. Use of conventional dual chamber pacemakers with custom lead adapters to induce atrial fibrillation or heart f