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Adrienne Minerick

Adrienne Minerick

PhD, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame du lac (USA)

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906-487-2796
minerick@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering

Adrienne R. Minerick joined the faculty at Michigan Tech as an associate professor in 2009. She was previously an associate professor and assistant professor at Mississippi State University.Minerick's primary area of research is electrokinetics with a focus on medical microdevices, blood cell dynamics, and point of care diagnostics. Her group's . . .

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Jingfeng Jiang

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906-487-1943
jjiang1@mtu.edu

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Jiang's research work straddles the border between biomechanics and biomedical imaging. He is actively developing image-based computational tools for easily transforming raw biomedical imaging data into simple but clinically/biologically relevant biomechanical parameters of soft tissue pathologies (e.g. elasticity) and blood flow characteristics (e.g. kinetic energy). His current and past . . .

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Megan C. Frost

Megan C. Frost

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906-487-3350
mcfrost@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

The research in our laboratory focuses on the development of polymeric materials that exhibit improved biocompatibility when implanted in living organisms and to use these materials to fabricate implantable sensors that function for extended time periods (i.e., longer than 24 h).Polymeric materials are used to fabricate a wide variety of . . .

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