- weighted handle
- hidden needle
- dial for insulin volume control
- spring loaded syringe
- vibration control to counteract tremors
Capstone Project “Fabrication and Characterization of Gelatin and Metamucil Ultrasound Phantoms”
Undergraduate Research “Fabrication of polymer tube peripheral nerve conduit device” (May – December 2017)
– Assisted in improving on a dip drying technique for peripheral nerve conduits
– Analyzed the porosity, thickness, and suture retention of the conduits
Undergraduate Research “Polyanhydride Nanoparticles for Drug Release” (July -August 2016)
Using 3D slicer software I was able to segment the mitral valve of the heart. Using this segment I created a personalized mitral valve sewing to aid in heart repair.
Welcome to my Portfolio! My name is Adrianna Battle and I am currently a Duke University student pursing a Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering. I am originally from the Northern Virginia Area and completed my undergraduate education at Virginia Tech studying Materials Science Engineering. My career interests include tissue engineering, medical device development and design, and 3D printing. Over the past 5 years I have been able to gain great experience in the biotechnology field through several internship and research experiences. This portfolio page will go into detail on my experiences and showcase any related projects.