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Liam Nolan graduated with an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University in 2015. Liam conducted his under graduate and graduate research in Dr. Donald Gaver’s pulmonary research laboratory at Tulane University culminating in his Master’s Thesis, entitled A Microfluidic Model of Pulmonary Airway Reopening in Asymmetric Bifurcating Networks. In this study he designed and created an asymmetric bifurcating pulmonary model, and determined that pulmonary surfactant has the ability to balance the bubble propagations in asymmetric daughter sections.
Liam recently joined the Fellowship of Orthopaedic Researchers and has begun working in the field of orthopaedic science and translational research. Skills and training include mechanical and wear testing, microscopy and image analysis, finite element analysis of static and dynamic multibody systems and magnetic systems, and Solidworks 3D CAD design.
M.S., B.S.E. Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Biomedical Engineer, Foundation of Orthopaedic Researchers, Metairie, LA –September 2015 to present
Research Assistant – Tulane University, New Orleans, LA-January 2013 to May 2015
Tau Beta Pi Association Scholarship, August 2014
Dean’s List, Tulane University
Distinguished Scholar Award, Tulane University, August 2010
Finite element analysis
Magnetic or electromagnetic simulations
Mechanical and wear testing
Micro-particle image velocimetry
3D laser scanner