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Engineering Mechanical

Location:
United States
Posted:
August 05, 2012

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Justin Dahmubed

Email: vtcduz@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 408-***-****

SUMMARY

A recent graduate of UC Davis in biomedical engineering seeking a research and development position

SKILLS

Proficient in Matlab and C programming, SQL, ImageJ, Labview, Autodesk Inventor, PCR, Instron testing

Extensive experience in extracting data from Excel and analyzing it using self-coded Matlab scripts

Well-versed in complex independent research utilizing Material Testing System (MTS)

EDUCATION

University of California, Davis

Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering – June 2012

WORK EXPERIENCE

Research Intern, UC Davis Medical Center 6/2011 to Present

Devised and implemented methods of analysis in a study probing the effects of environmental conditions within de-mineralized (equine) bone matrix during tensile loading

• The environmental conditions studied were hydrogen bonding and varying temperature independently

Combined Material Testing System (MTS) and high-speed video of the specimens during loading to create

and monitor bone whitening, a phenomenon similar to polymer crazing that is a factor determining bone’s toughness

Analyzed data using image analysis within ImageJ and Matlab

• Specific operations performed in Matlab:

Registered frames from high-speed video

Segmented specimen within each registered video frame

Calculations performed within Matlab:

Quantified relative amounts of whitening due to mechanical loading

Quantified standard mechanical bulk properties from stress-strain curves produced in Excel:

• Fracture energy toughness

• Poisson’s ratio

• Elastic modulus

• Ultimate stress and ultimate strain

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

My work on how hydrogen bonding affects de-mineralized bone whitening will appear in a publication titled “Stress-induced Whitening Occurs in De-mineralized Bone Matrix” that is currently under review

Poster titled “Whitening occurs in De-mineralized Bone” - ORS 2012 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Authored a research paper describing the individual research I had done over the past two academic quarters on how temperature affects bone whitening for research lab credit

ACADEMICS

Completed a Capstone Design Project spanning the last two quarters of my fourth year in which a large scale injection device was created to euthanize and to collect a blood sample of large mammals, specifically whales, which included the use of the mill, lathe, drill press, and band saw

Relevant coursework: Engineering Problem Solving using Matlab, Capstone Biomedical Engineering Design, Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory, Clinical Applications for Biomedical Device Design, Properties of Materials, Electronic Circuits and Systems (w/ lab), Biomedical Signals and Control, Biomaterials, Topics in Biomedical Engineering with an emphasis on cellular and molecular engineering, Human Physiology (w/ lab), Thermodynamics, Biomedical Engineering, Probability & Statistics, Bio-transport Phenomena, Mathematical Methods for Biological Systems (w/ lab), Quantitative Concepts in Bio-molecular Engineering, and Protein Engineering

ACTIVITIES AND RECOGNITION

Currently tutoring students in all levels of math

Currently learning Python

Member of Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

Distinguished basketball player for intramural sports at UC Davis

Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, Silicon Valley



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