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Kirsten Kepple Phones & Addresses

  • Fayetteville, GA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Athens, GA
  • Canton, OH

Work

Company: Georgia institute of technology Jan 2010 to Jan 2012 Position: Research assistant, mcdevitt stem cell engineering laboratory

Education

Degree: Doctor of Medicine (MD) School / High School: Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine 2012 to 2016

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Higher Education

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Kirsten Kepple Photo 1

Md Candidate At Medical College Of Georgia (Mcg/uga Partnership)

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Location:
Athens, Georgia
Industry:
Higher Education
Work:
Georgia Institute of Technology Jan 2010 - Dec 2011
Research Assistant, McDevitt Stem Cell Engineering Laboratory

Georgia Tech Research Institute 2006 - 2009
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Education:
Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine 2012 - 2016
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Georgia Institute of Technology 2010 - 2011
Master of Science (MS), Bioengineering
Georgia Institute of Technology 2005 - 2009
BS, Biomedical Engineering

Publications

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Electrode Arrays And Methods Of Making And Using Same

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US Patent:
2011008, Apr 7, 2011
Filed:
Mar 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/935122
Inventors:
William Judson Ready - Atlanta GA,
Kirsten LeAnn Kepple - Canton OH,
Assignee:
GEORGIA TECH RESEARCH CORPORATION - ATLANTA GA
International Classification:
A61N 1/30
G01R 1/06
B82Y 40/00
US Classification:
604 20, 324149, 977742
Abstract:
Described herein are improved electrode array devices and improved active agent delivery devices. Further described are methods of making and using the improved devices. An improved electrode array device includes a substrate and a plurality of probes disposed on the substrate, wherein the probes are formed from a plurality of aligned carbon nanotubes that are not encapsulated by a structure-providing material. An active agent delivery device includes a substrate having an aperture therein, an active agent delivery member disposed on a first surface of the substrate and having an aperture therein, and an active agent chamber disposed on a second surface of the substrate configured to deliver an active agent through the aperture of the substrate and the aperture of the active agent delivery member.
Kirsten L Kepple from Fayetteville, GA, age ~32 Get Report