Professor in Bioengineering
School of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Pennsylvania
The most prestigious Award of the Bioelectromagnetics Society is the d’Arsonval Award. The purpose of the d’Arsonval Award is to recognize outstanding achievement in research in bioelectromagnetics. The sole requirement is extraordinary accomplishment within the discipline of bioelectromagnetics, which can consist of exceptional scientific accomplishments or practical application of electromagnetic fields for human benefit.
Prof. Foster has made numerous significant contributions in various fields of bioelectromagnetics ranging from interaction mechanism of RF hearing effect to societal concerns and public health policy concerning biological effects of various electromagnetic sources.