OML is very proud to have had two of our amazing undergrads graduate last weekend.
Vince will be heading to Madison, Wisconsin, to be a technical solutions engineer at Epic Systems. He will be be working with clients to implement changes to improve Epic’s healthcare database software.
Jennifer is will be working as a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) in the Raleigh area during her gap year and applying to medical schools for fall 2023. This summer she’s going to stick around the lab to help us out, so we’re relieved to not be losing her quite yet!
Congratulations to Jason for doing such an amazing job.
Sandra got an unconditional pass on her prelims and proposal defense. Next step: dissertation!
Yes, the title of this post is in all caps because we’re YELLING FROM EXCITEMENT!
Jacque will be promoted to Associate Professor beginning with the 2020-2021 academic year. We’re so proud!
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We’ve had a couple new papers published recently that we’re excited to share with you:
- Stephanie published some awesome findings that National Biomechanics Day can improve student attitudes toward engineering and biomechanics: DOI: 1016/j.jbiomech.2020.109683.
- Nicholas, Sandra, and Elizabeth (undergrad alumnus) published about using Laser Doppler flowmetry in measure blood perfusion in mice: DOI: 10.1016/j.mex.2020.100814
- Amir’s paper with collaborator Simon Roe on the tension band wiring project is out. DOI 10.1111/vsu.13350
- A paper from Nicholas, Andy and several of our amazing undergrads studying how stroke impacts exercise-induced gains to bone composition and microstructure. DOI: 10.1115/1.4045113
- A paper resulting from our ongoing collaboration with David Muddiman looking at Mass Spec imaging. DOI: 10.1039/C9AY01886G
Head to our publications page to see more of our work.
Nicholas recently defended his dissertation and was hooded at graduation. Congrats!
Congratulations are in order to Hui who successfully defended on February 2. Her thesis, entitled “Studies of barbed surgical sutures associated with materials, anchoring, performance and histology” was accepted by her committee.
We’re so proud of you, Dr. Cong!
Congratulations to Hannah, Sophie, and Maggie! Their abstracts have been accepted for poster presentations at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, which will be at the University of Central Oklahoma in April. Great job, guys!