I am a lecturer in the department of biomedical engineering at Georgia institute of technology /Emory University. I have been working on educational research since 2016. My main focus is on problem based learning core courses. But specifically I work on inclusive model based reasoning and interpersonal skills. I have a Phd in bioelectronics and also do research in functional MRI, with the focus on functional network analysis and working memory.
Mel Chua (melchua.com) is a contagiously enthusiastic hacker, scholar, dancer, bimodal polyglot, and perpetual motion machine. She started out in electrical/computer engineering and spent several years wrangling large distributed technical teams in the open source software and hardware world before returning to academia. Mel's research focuses on learning in hacker/maker communities, faculty development, embodied and critical postmodern qualitative research methodologies, and prototyping alternate ontologies of curricular culture in engineering education.
Joe Le Doux is the Executive Director for Learning and Training in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University. Dr. Le Doux's research interests in engineering education focus on the socio-cognitive aspects of highly interactive learning environments, inclusion and peer justice, and the impact of story-driven learning and personal narratives on students' empathy, self-concept, and identity.
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