Complex issues solved by simple tools. Dr. Jenna Mueller is rediscovering the intersection of biomedical engineering and global health by creating medical technologies that are accessible to all.
Dr. Jenna Mueller is a postdoctoral researcher at Duke University who is interested in the intersection of biomedical engineering and global health. She is specifically interested in developing low cost optical devices to diagnose breast and cervical cancer in resource limited settings. Jenna attended Westlake High School, received a B.S. degree in bioengineering from Rice University, and completed both an M.S. and Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at Duke University.
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