B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH, USA), 2011
William Qaqish graduated from Case Western Reserve University in May 2011 with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering focusing in Bioelectricity. He researched novel techniques in treatment of infant esophageal atresia, specifically magnamosis, for his senior project. As a research student at the Cleveland Clinic, he utilized an engineered high-gradient quadrupole magnet flow sorter system to extract red blood cells from culture suspensions. Currently enrolled as a M.S. student, his research interest focuses on clinical detection techniques using ultrasound to diagnose early stage cardiovascular disease.
To obtain a bibliography of all of Mr. Qaqish's publications, click here to download the complete list (in BibTeX format).
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