Michael Mow

Michael Mow

Michael Mow was a MSE student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University and a research assistant in the I-STAR Lab. His research included the development of a digital perfusion phantom using 3D/4D image simulation and a physical perfusion phantom using high-end 3D printing. He began a clinical study involving a dedicated cone beam CT head scanner used for the detection of acute intracranial hemorrhage. Following Hopkins BME Master’s, he attended at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and is now teaching Physics courses as a lecturer at California Baptist¬†University

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