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Tamie Poepping, PhD


Tamie Poepping

Associate Professor

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t. 519.661.2111 x86431

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Research Areas: My research spans from the development of blood flow models and flow measurement techniques for clinical application down to the investigation of flow-related problems in microfluidic devices and endothelial cells. We aim to improve the understanding and diagnosis of various problems, such as athersclerosis, stroke, sepsis, and impaired fetal growth. Projects involve a range of programming, signal and image analysis, particle image velocimetry, ultrasound, cell biology, and microfluidics.

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