The Linnes Lab’s first 4 Ph.D. students have joined us here in West Lafayette as part of the newest crop of BME graduates students. Welcome Divya @divzmyster30, Elizabeth @EAPhillips, Orlando @oshoilett, and Taylor @tjmoehling!
Dr. Linnes is just back from a week-long trip to Eldoret, Kenya to meet with doctors, nurses, pharmacists, engineers, teachers, and street involved youth. Amazing work going on at AMPATH! Thanks to all our collaborators who helped design a point-of-care test for neonatal sepsis. We’re looking forward to turning these design ideas into an integrated device and […]
The Bringing Diagnostic Prototypes to the Point of Care Workshop took place in Nairobi, Kenya in 2012. Researchers developing point-of-care diagnostics for low-resource settings worked alongside policy makers and clinicians from around the world to address the challenges that limit point of care diagnostics development, distribution, and implementation. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases recently published the recommendations from conversations that emerged from the […]
Congratulations to my former undergraduate students,Courtney, Nelson, Gil and Danielle, from the Klapperich Lab at Boston University! Their Senior Project Team won second place at the North East Bioengineering Conference last week. Check out the news post about their project on BU Engineering Homepage.
Fantastic exchanges with USAID, Gates Foundation, Catholic Teleof Services and AMPATH. Next up poster session of Purdue’s Global Engineering Program student projects and keynote address from Dr Calesteous Juma, Professor of the Practice visiting from Harvard University. Check it out in Armstrong Hall on campus!
Dr. Linnes is headed to Haiti to set up collaborations on cholera and diabetes projects.
As part of the ongoing Purdue University Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series, Dr. Linnes will be presenting a talk entitled” “Towards truly point of care molecular diagnostics” on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 9:30-10:20am, in MJIS 1001
The Linnes Lab is now located at the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University. W’re settling in nicely in the new lab spaces. If you’re on campus, stop by and visit Dr. Linnes in MJIS 3086.
After a great visit to the Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting from October 22 – 25 in San Antonio (and a quick trip to Austin), Dr. Linnes is at microTAS from October 26 – 29. Come check out her current work on electricity-free paper-based molecular diagnostics to detect diseases at the point of care.
We have a lab website. For now it is at jlinnes.wordpress.com but will soon move to Purdue’s ECN. Stay tuned for updates.