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Graduating with a PhD in BME this fall by ndlep08
After graduating from ND in '08 with a Bachelors in Physics in Medicine, I moved to University of Alabama at Birmingham and joined the Physiology and Biophysics department (Although really a biomedical engineer, where my mentor has a secondary appointment). I am currently writing my dissertation and starting to look for the next step.
I am primarily looking for post-docs in biomedical devices and imaging research, however I am always open to other career paths. I figured someone back here may have some suggestions. Included email as well as link to my linkedin and google scholars profile