Jamaya Carter is a 2016 graduate of Talladega College. She is using the summer of 2016 to gain laboratory research experience in Dr. Caroline Cao’s lab through the STREAMS program before continuing her education at Mississippi College.
Kelly is the Administrative Support Coordinator for EREL. She has worked at Wright State University for 4 years. She spends her free time with her husband watching their kids race bmx all across the country.
am working on my masters in Biomedical Engineering with an emphasis on neuroengineering, and I am working with Dr. Cao as a Graduate Research Assistant. My research is focusing on tele surgery and the neurological sensory response.
Jeff holds a B.S. degree in experimental psychology, and an M.S. degree in computer science. He has also completed graduate coursework and research in human factors psychology.
He Fangshu is a Master student in Industrial Engineering and Logistic Management of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, she received her bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in Italy.
I am a graduate student in the MIHE program and a research assistant in Dr. Cao's lab. I am currently researching the effect of different modes of vibrotactile feedback on performance measures in laparoscopic surgery tasks.
Yiman is currently working on: Laparoscopic Surgery Training System (LASTS) experiment 2 – Expertise in surgical performance requires mastery of both technical skills such as suturing, and non-technical skills such as perceptual and procedural kno
David received his BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from WSU. He is now working on his MS in Human Factors Engineering. David joined the EREL as a Research Assistant in the summer of 2014.
I am doing a master in biomedical engineering, to be more specific, I am doing medical Imaging, I am working in Dr.
I am currently an incoming surgical resident in the general surgery program at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, OH.
Jinling Wang is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in EREL. She received her Ph.D.
Christen Wendel is a junior studying biomedical engineering at Wright State University. She has a passion for innovative healthcare solutions, and is excited to begin researching airway management, laryngoscopy, and intubation.
I am a 3rd year biomedical engineering student. I work in and out in the lab on a variety of projects, mostly ones having to do with software development.