B.S., U.W. Madison, 1993
The job: mostly
combating the evil powers of Windows, fighting BSOD's and warding
off GPF's, though the challenge of making computers help the lab
more than hurt it is sort of fun. I also specialize in digital graphics,
producing illustrations and pictures for publications, slide presentations,
posters, etc. And last but not least, I designed this webpage you
are trying to navigate around.
Other projects: Occasionally
dabble with an in vivo electrochemistry system, capable of
measuring sub micromolar concentrations of monoamines (which means
serotonin and dopamine to us) at the tip of a 30 micron carbon fiber
electrode. It does this in real time, in a subsecond timescale. We
have some preliminary experiments measuring monoamine release in
the phrenic motor nucleus.