Bio


My focus is technology as a designer turned engineer, turned lawyer. For more than three decades, I have been a business/licensing/IP/corporate lawyer, mostly in Silicon Valley. My background, experience and education includes serving as a corporate officer and general counsel in public and private companies, private law practice in major and small law firms, appellate court research, corporate management, founder/advisor/investor of start-up companies, nonprofit corporation officer, magazine columnist, adjunct professor, lecturer, teacher, advisor, author, painter, electrical engineer, industrial designer, “rocket scientist,” and a lot of charitable and board work. Education includes degrees in industrial design (BFA) and electrical engineering (BS), management (MS), and a Juris Doctorate in law.

Academic Appointments


  • Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering

All Publications


  • The California Breast Density Information Group: A Collaborative Response to the Issues of Breast Density, Breast Cancer Risk, and Breast Density Notification Legislation RADIOLOGY Price, E. R., Hargreaves, J., Lipson, J. A., Sickles, E. A., Brenner, R. J., Lindfors, K. K., Joe, B. N., Leung, J. W., Feig, S. A., Bassett, L. W., Daniel, B. L., Kurian, A. W., Love, E., Ryan, L., Walgenbach, D. D., Ikeda, D. M. 2013: 887–92

    Abstract

    In anticipation of breast density notification legislation in the state of California, which would require notification of women with heterogeneously and extremely dense breast tissue, a working group of breast imagers and breast cancer risk specialists was formed to provide a common response framework. The California Breast Density Information Group identified key elements and implications of the law, researching scientific evidence needed to develop a robust response. In particular, issues of risk associated with dense breast tissue, masking of cancers by dense tissue on mammograms, and the efficacy, benefits, and harms of supplementary screening tests were studied and consensus reached. National guidelines and peer-reviewed published literature were used to recommend that women with dense breast tissue at screening mammography follow supplemental screening guidelines based on breast cancer risk assessment. The goal of developing educational materials for referring clinicians and patients was reached with the construction of an easily accessible Web site that contains information about breast density, breast cancer risk assessment, and supplementary imaging. This multi-institutional, multidisciplinary approach may be useful for organizations to frame responses as similar legislation is passed across the United States. © RSNA, 2013 Online supplemental material is available for this article.