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Arthur Nghiem

Summer Student

Arthur Nghiem was born in Houston in 2003. After graduating from high school a year early, he is an undergraduate sophomore studying biomedical engineering at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He is the principal inventor of the wireless communication device grip guide, for which he was granted a USPTO patent in 2017. He previously conducted literature review regarding the use of high-temperature superconductors for accessible MRI applications under the supervision of Dr. John Thomas Vaughan of Columbia University. He was nominated for the 2019 IEEE Region 4 Outstanding Student Award for his contributions to technical workshops regarding MRI safety and wireless medical devices. His work at the Winkler Lab focuses on the generation and curation of datasets for deep learning of tissue heating prediction in Ultra High-Field MRI

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