Larry Fennigkoh, PhD, CCE

Dr. Larry Fennigkoh is currently an adjunct professor within the biomedical engineering program at the Milwaukee School of Engineering where he has taught a variety of courses in human physiology, engineering design, biomechanics, biostatistics, and electrical circuits.

Prior to joining MSOE full-time in 1998, Dr. Fennigkoh spent 22 years working in three different hospital systems managing in-house clinical engineering and HTM programs.

In 2017 Dr. Fennigkoh was inducted into the American College of Clinical Engineering’s Hall of Fame in recognition of his pioneering work in developing a medical device inventory inclusion algorithm that significantly reduced the maintenance and regulatory burden for many hospitals throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Dr. Fennigkoh also has considerable forensic engineering and expert witness experience associated with medical device-related patient injuries and deaths. He brings many examples and lessons learned from these cases into his courses.

Dr. Fennigkoh received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and the Ph.D. in engineering from the University of Wisconsin / Milwaukee. He is also a Registered Professional Engineer and certified in clinical engineering.