Jacqueline Linnes

Recent Contributions

Field partner for testing assay to detect Wolbachia in mosquitos?

May 4, 2016
I am posting on behalf of a colleague at the University of Texas, Austin who has developed a test based on isothermal nucleic acid amplification (LAMP-based I believe) to detect Wolbachia and in mosquitoes. In the lab, they can perform assays with crushed mosquitoes, and return sensitive detection with a ...
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Sputum collection from children

Aug. 25, 2015
Hi all, I am teaching Senior Design course for undergraduate biomedical engineers at Purdue University. They have a been given the task of designing a method to collect sputum from children who have suspected TB. I would love to be able to connect the students with the clinicians who know ...
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Reply to Cerebral Malaria Questions

April 19, 2015
Thanks all so much for the advice! Rakesh, I've asked the students to contact you directly. Terrie and Elva, is there a good email to contact either of you at? My work email is jlinnes@purdue.edu. Thanks again, Jackie

Cerebral Malaria Questions

April 8, 2015
Hi all, I am a new Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University in Indiana, U.S.A. and currently teach an undergraduate biomedical design course with a focus on global health challenges. I have a group of 5 students who were quite taken with the recent New England Journal of ...
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Reply to Iora and CareMore

April 2, 2015
I do think the environment of healthcare is changing little by little as patient empowerment is being recognized. For example, my university uses Castlight - online software that allows employees to search for providers and care options (e.g. surgery, hospitals) based on quality outcomes and out of pocket costs and ...

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