Today was a beautiful defense of his dissertation “Wearables Sensors for Monitoring Substance Use Disorders”. It’s been an honor working with you and we can’t wait to hear about your work at your next stop as a PostDoc at Vanderbilt!
Look for us at BMES Oct 26-29 (Orlando Hoilett, Jason Ummel, Nick Bluhm, Emilee Madsen and Dr. Linnes), MicroTAS Oct 4-7 (Emilee Madsen, Navaporn (Amy) Sritong, Dr. Linnes), and AIBBC Nov 5-9 (Dr. Melinda Lake, Dr. Linnes with Dr. Kinzer-Ursem).
Jason’s first author on “Kick Ring LL: A Multi-Sensor Ring Capturing Respiration, Electrocardiogram, Oxygen Saturation, and Skin Temperature” (https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9176654) and Nick is presenting “NeoWarm: Kangaroo Mother Care with Continuous Temperature Tracking and Heating” (https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9176509) that he’s leading.
More great work from our ongoing collaborations with Dr. Steven Wereley (Purdue ME), Dr. Tamara Kinzer-Ursem (Purdue BME), and Dr. Katherine Clayton (OmniVis Inc) to bring nucleic acid amplification-based detection a step closer to the field. (Biosensors and Bioelectronics
Volume 167, 1 November 2020, 112497 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bios.2020.112497)
She did an excellent job with on PhD defense “Portable Platforms for Molecular-Based Detection pf Pathogens in Complex Sample Matrices”. Looking forward to all the great things you’ll be doing at Sandia National Laboratories as a PostDoc!
Check out our article in Science Journal For Kids on our HIV detection device: Can we detect HIV quickly and accurately from a drop of blood? (click the link to go to https://sciencejournalforkids.org/articles/can-we-detect-hiv-quickly-and-accurately-from-a-drop-of-blood)