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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Overview
A highly talented Biomedical Engineer with a PhD degree, experienced in a wide variety of duties related to medical imaging technologies (especially optical and microscopic imaging) and applications in both research and clinical environment. Proven expertise in designing, setup, testing, and interfacing of imaging systems, collection of high quality data during in-vitro and in-vivo studies, computer programming for signal/ imaging processing and statistical analysis. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to establish goals and deliver peak performance. I am seeking a challenging research or engineering position in a Major Corporation to continually seek and develop possible solutions to health problems.
Core Qualifications
Biomedical Sensors; Medical Imaging; Optical System and Devices; Fluorescence/Confocal Microscopy; ultrasound and imaging; Anatomy and Physiology; Cell Physiology; Digital Signal/image Processing; MATLAB/Labview; C/C++/C#; Statistical Analysis; Electronics;
Accomplishments
Education
Ph.D: Bioengineering, Expected in
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center - ,
GPA:
Bioengineering
TX: , Expected in 08/2014
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GPA:
Thesis Title: Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence techniques (4 first-author journal publications
M.S: Bioengineering, Expected in 01/2010
The Catholic University of America - Washington D.C.,
GPA:
Bioengineering
B.S: Bioengineering, Expected in 05/2008
Huazhong University of Science and Technology - ,
GPA:
Bioengineering
Thesis/Dissertation
Experience
Biomedical Engineer, 03/2015 to Current
Analog Devices, Inc., ,
  • Provide senior level management support to various strategic objectives.
  • Categorize and schedule device maintenance routine based on risk level to increase patient care while decreasing device downtime, with the service time distributed in a practicable manner throughout the annual service cycle.
  • Coordinate with outside vendors, IT, and internal clinical staff in executing new projects and training, such as the implementation of a new prenatal system.
  • Improve, implement and make policies for medical equipment management, such as safety, acquisition, repairs, maintenance and inventory.
  • Negotiate quotes and contracts with external suppliers, which helps to reduce company cost by 30-50%.
  • Continuously updating both clinical and programming skills to keep up-to-date with industry development to better support hospital function(s).
Doctoral Researcher, to
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  • Ultrasound and Optical Imaging Laboratory 08/2010 ­ 12/2014 6 years dedicated extensive research in developing novel optical and acoustic imaging techniques.
  • Successfully developed confocal and fluorescent (FRET) microscopic imaging systems to image fluorescent polymers, live cells and organ slices; ultra-fast optical system for detecting 3D high-speed oscillation of a single ultrasound microbubble, etc.
  • Independently design, execute, troubleshoot, and modify experiments.
  • Summarized and interpreted results into scientific publications and presentations (11 journal and >20 conference papers), which contributed significantly to several sizable research funds.
  • Extensive experience with system integration and hardware automation using Labview and Matlab.
  • Developed GUI integrates widely adopted in the lab, including: 1) automation of precise stepping motors; 2) data acquisition and 3) signal processing (time/frequency domain FFT, filtering, segmentation, etc.).
  • Profound knowledge with computer programming.
  • Developed algorithms and software for simulation (optics-tissue interaction), and data analyzing using Matlab, C#, C++, C, Zemax, SAS, etc.
  • Practical and theoretical working knowledge with various microscope techniques including fluorescent, multi-photon, confocal and FRET microscopes, also provided technical support for teams working on imaging systems and analyzing softwares.
Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, 08/2008 to 05/2010
Care New England Health System, ,
  • Designed and built a 3D diffused optical tomographic system to detect fluorescent targets in deep tissue.
  • Practical and theoretical working knowledge with optical devices and systems, such as lasers, LEDs, photon sensors, cameras, microscope, as well as electronic devices.
  • Designed protocols for lab courses "Bioinstrumentation" and "Tissue ultrasound-optical Imaging", such as an ECG detection system, optical properties measurement of tissue mimic phantom, etc.
Research Assistant, 08/2006 to 05/2008
The Catholic University Of America, ,
  • Participated in the design and test of a compact high-resolution multimodality brain imaging system for better understanding neural-vascular coupling.
  • It combined electrophysiological recording, near-infrared- spectral optical imaging, and laser speckle imaging.
  • Prepared small animals (rats) for brain imaging and conducted open-skull operations.
  • Conducted in vivo experiments and data analysis, proving the system can simultaneously detect hemodynamic parameter and electrophysiological signals.
Skills
3D, Anatomy, automation, C, C++, hardware, computer programming, contracts, data acquisition, data analysis, Electronics, experiments, fast, funds, GUI, image Processing, image, Imaging, inventory, Labview, laser, MATLAB, C#, neural, novel, patient care, cameras, Physiology, policies, presentations, programming, protocols, publications, recording, repairs, research, safety, SAS, scientific, simulation, Statistical Analysis, strategic, system integration, technical support, troubleshoot, Ultrasound, author
Fellowships and Awards
Publications
Y. Claire, J. A. Feshitan, M.Y. Wei, M.A. Borden, and B. Jessica, "Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence based on donor-acceptor-labeled microbubbles", J. Biomed. Opt. 20(3), 036012 (2015). Y. Claire, J. A. Feshitan, M.Y. Wei, M.A. Borden, and B. Jessica, "Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence based on fluorescent microbubbles", J. Biomed. Opt. 19(8), 085005 (2014). Y. Claire, and B. Jessica, "An optical system for detecting 3D high-speed oscillation of a single ultrasound microbubble," Biomed Opt Express 4, 1559-1570 (2013). Y. Claire, B. Jessica and J. Vignola, "Effect of fluorescent particle size on the modulation efficiency of ultrasound- modulated fluorescence", International Journal of Optics, 10.1155, 260709, (2012). B. Saremi, M. Y. Wei, Y. Claire, B. Cheng and B. Jessica, "Re-evaluation of biotin-streptavidin conjugation in Forster resonance energy transfer applications," J Biomed Opt 19(8), 85008 (2014) J. Kandukuri, Y. Claire, B. Jessica, "Cost-Efficient and Multi-Functional Systems for Ultrasound Measurement and Imaging," Austin J Biomed Eng., 1(1): 11 (2014). B. B. Cheng, M. Y. Wei, Y. Claire, H. Pitta, Z. W. Xie, Y. Hong, K. T. Nguyen and B. H. Jessica, "Development of Ultrasound-Switchable Fluorescence Imaging Contrast Agents Based on Thermosensitive Polymers and Nanoparticles," Ieee J Sel Top Quant 20(3), (2014). Y. Pei, M. Y. Wei, B. Cheng, Y. Claire, Z. Xie, K. Nguyen and B. Jessica, "High resolution imaging beyond the acoustic diffraction limit in deep tissue via ultrasound-switchable NIR fluorescence," Sci Rep 4.4690 (2014) B. Jessica, S. Uchiyama, Y. Claire, K.T. Nguyen, and G. Alexandrakis, "High-resolution imaging in a deep turbid medium based on an ultrasound-switchable fluorescence technique", Applied Physics Letter, 101, 033703 (2012). B. Jessica and Y. Claire, "Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence from a Rhodamine B aqueous solution", J. Biomed. Opt. 15(2), 021321, (2010). B. Jessica and Y. Claire, P. M. Mehl, and J. Vignola, "Microbubble-enhanced ultrasound-modulated fluorescence in a turbid medium", Applied Physics Letters, 95, 181113, (2009). N. Feng, Y. Claire, W. Wang, Q. Luo and P. Li, "Hemodynamic and electrophysiological responses to functional activation accessed by multi-wavelength optical imaging and electrophysiological recording system", Biomedical Optics, 2008, 2008.
Presentations
Memberships/Scholarly Societies

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School Attended

  • University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  • The Catholic University of America
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Job Titles Held:

  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Doctoral Researcher
  • Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant
  • Research Assistant

Degrees

  • Ph.D
  • TX
  • M.S
  • B.S

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