B.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Central Oklahoma – 2017
B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Central Oklahoma – 2017
Abigail Magee joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering at WUSTL in 2018. She earned two Bachelor degrees at the University of Central Oklahoma, one in biomedical engineering and the other in electrical engineering. Previously, she worked at the Mayo Clinic in the Mayo Systems Electrophysiology Lab performing research on epilepsy. She also worked in Dr. Hossan’s lab at the University of Central Oklahoma performing simulations in COMSOL for microfluidic research, specifically dielectrophoresis for cell separation.
Kucewicz, M., Dolezal, J., Kremen, V., Berry, B., Miller, L., Magee, A., Fabian, V. and Worrell, G. (2018). Pupil size reflects successful encoding and recall of memory in humans. Scientific Reports, 8(1).