Angela A. Sodemann

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As surveillance becomes ubiquitous, the amount of data to be processed grows along with the demand for manpower to interpret the data. A key goal of surveillance is to detect behaviors that can be considered anomalous. As a result, an extensive body of research in automated surveillance has been developed, often with the goal of automatic detection of(More)
Understanding and treating cardiovascular disease can benefit greatly from the development of low volume, high throughput tools to study thrombosis. We have designed, fabricated, and validated a microfluidic device to induce shear rates from 4300-7100 s -1 using only 10 mL of whole blood for 4 simultaneous assays to measure occlusive thrombosis optically.(More)
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