Jim obtained his PhD in Bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania where he dual-trained in electrophysiology. He did his post-doctoral work in neuroanethesiology at UCSD before transitioning to the Bioenginnering Department where he was Teacher of the Year. He then moved on to the Mechanical Engineering Department at Duke University before becoming an intramural scientist at NIH in the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. While at NIH he also held a visiting scientist appointment at Janelia Research Campus. He came to OHSU in the fall of 2013 and collaborates closely with Cathy Galbraith. Both are associate professors in the BME department with appointments in the Spatial Systems Biology Center and the Knight Cancer Institute.
Cathy obtained her PhD in Bioengineering/ Applied Mechanics from UCSD with Shu
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