Summer greetings to the Class of ’11!
Please communicate, as we only have one classmate’s news this time.
Congratulations to classmate Kendra Batchelder, who earned a master’s in ’13 and is a UMaine Ph.D. candidate in computational biomedicine, won the inaugural Impressive Innovator Award from UMaine’s Foster Center for Innovation last spring.
Kendra is a member of the Computational Modeling, Analysis of Imagery and Numerical Experiments (CompuMAINE) lab led by professor of biomedical engineering Andre Khalil. The two are co-inventors of a patented computational approach designed to aid in the early detection of breast cancer and have been working to commercialize this technology.