Human Bioenergetics and Applied Health Science, Bethel University, Minnesota, United States
He has received her PhD degree in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. After Post-doctoral training at NIH and Washington University School of Medicine, and briefly joining the Research faculty at University of Minnesota, she founded MicroSurfaces, Inc. and has served as its CEO since. She was a member on several NIH study sessions, author of 30 scientific papers and patents, and PI on multiple SBIR awards from NIH and NSF. She has been responsible for the development and launch of MicroSurfaces’ product lines, e.g. the ZeroBkg® surfaces, Fluid Array surfaces, etc. to serve the biomedical research community.