Board 14: Work in Progress: #FunTimesWithTheTA - A Series of Fun Supplementary Lessons for Introductory Level Biomedical Instrumentation Students (Part II)

Orlando Hoilett, Asem Aboelzahab, Erica Lott, Jacqueline Linnes
2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
Orlando is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University. Orlando graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering. His academic interests involve developing wearable sensors for mobile health platforms and developing engaging engineering design activities for undergraduate students. He has several years of experience with analog circuit design and embedded systems. His previous work includes developing an impedance analyzer
more » ... pedance analyzer for a microfluidic blood-brain barrier model. On the education side, he has developed a number of lab activities for first year and junior level Biomedical Engineering students. Aside from his academic pursuits, he is an avid electronics hobbyist and tinkerer. He spends most of his free time developing open source hardware for students, educators, and makers alike. Biomedical Engineering department where she received a NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship to develop molecular diagnostics for point-of-care pathogen detection. Dr. Linnes's current research bridges innovations in basic science and translational diagnostic techniques in order to develop non-invasive, rapid detection technologies that efficiently diagnose and monitor diseases at the point of care. Her teaching focuses experiential learning and co-creation of technologies via user-centered design and evaluation.
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