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Sean J. Kirkpatrick

Sean J. Kirkpatrick

PhD, Biomechanics, University of Miami

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906-487-2167
sjkirkpa@mtu.edu

Department Chair, Biomedical Engineering

Sean Kirkpatrick's primary area of research is biomedical optics, specializing in the biophysical applications of light scattering for assessing the mechanical, structural and biochemical nature of biological tissues and fluids, and synthetic biomaterials. Of particular interest to him is the theory and application of the laser speckle phenomenon, as well as . . .

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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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Bruce P. Lee

Bruce P. Lee

PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University

Contact

906-487-3262
bplee@mtu.edu

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

The Lee group research is focused on applying biologically-inspired molecular designs with chemistry, polymer engineering and materials science principles in developing advanced and functional materials for various biomedical applications. Current projects include applying biomimetic structural designs to create tough hydrogels that can potentially function as tissue adhesives or extracellular matrices for . . .

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