Adjunct Faculty and Instructors
|Aurelie Edwards, Research Professor at Boston University|
Aurelie Edwards teaching BIOE 2355 Quantitative Physiology and in Spring 22 she will teach BIOE 6100 Medical Physiology.Aurélie Edwards is a Research Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Boston University. Her research focuses on renal transport mechanisms. After her PhD. in Chemical Engineering at MIT with Dr. William Deen, Aurélie held positions at Penn State University and Tufts University and she directed the CNRS Renal Physiology Unit at the Cordeliers Research Center (Paris, France). She co-authored the book Mathematical Modeling in Renal Physiology (Springer 2014). Current areas of interest include lifecycle adaptations in renal transporter profiles to regulate electrolyte and fluid homeostasis, and the mechanisms underlying proteinuria.
|Joel Kent, Director, Regulatory Affairs Strategy, GE Healthcare|
Joel Kent teaches BIOE 5250, Design of Medical Devices
Director, Regulatory Affairs Strategy, continuing to support LCS and the Monitoring Solutions regulatory team.Joel has 34 years of experience in engineering, regulatory affairs, and quality covering a variety of medical devices. At GE Healthcare he has worked in various regulatory roles in the monitoring and accessories businesses and prior to that he worked in quality systems and pre/post-market regulatory affairs for Datex-Ohmeda. He brings together deep expertise, creative thinking, and strong relationships with FDA to support his teams. Prior to transitioning to quality and regulatory, Joel worked as a product development engineer and has several patents related to gastrointestinal tonometry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering from Duke University and a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.Joel is an IEEE and American Society for Quality (ASQ) Senior Member. In addition, he is a Regulatory Affairs Professional Society Fellow (FRAPS), holds the RAC (CAN, EU and US), and is serving as Vice-Chair of the RAPS Boston Chapter.Joel lives in Needham, MA, with his wife of 29 years. They have two daughters ages 20 and 23. In his spare time, he serves as Chairman of the Duke University Alumni Admissions Advisory committee for central MA. He enjoys fishing, boating, gardening as well as hiking at the beach with his Labrador Retriever “Salty”.
|Dr. John K. Kutor|
Bsc (Hons) Mathematics /Physics (1989), Dip.Ed.(1989), University of Cape Coast.
MSc (Theoretical Physics), University of Cape Coast, Ghana. In collaboration with the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (I.C.T.P) in Trieste-Italy (1994).
Ph.D Biomedical Engineering in Zhejang University in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) (1999-2004).
Lecturer: Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Ghana,UG (2005-2014)
Senior lecturer in the Department of Biomedical Engineering UG ( 2014-Present)
Teaching and Research areas ; Hemodynamics, Engineering Principles of Human Physiology and Anatomy, Transport Processes in Living Systems, Bioinstrumentation and Mathematical Modelling of Physiological Systems.
University Services: Head of the Biomedical Engineering Department (2012-14).
Community Service: Chairman of Biomedical Engineering Panel on the National Accreditation Board (2014-Present).
|Caroline McCormick is a Bioengineering PhD student in the Rouhanifard Lab at Northeastern University. Her dissertation work focuses on developing platforms for detecting and quantifying RNA modifications at single-nucleotide resolution in individual cells. Caroline obtained her BS in Biomedical Engineering in 2019 and MS in Bioengineering in 2020 from Tufts University. Her research at Tufts focused on developing 3D disease models for skeletal muscle, cochlear, and cardiovascular tissue engineering research. Caroline will be teaching a BIOE 2366 – BMES Lab in Spring 2022.|