Professor Biomedical Engineering
Office: SC 5919
Bioengineering, University of Washington, 2007-2009
Biomedical Engineering, 2007,
Georgia Tech and Emory
Biosystems and Agricultural
Engineering, 2001, University Of Kentucky
Dr. Duvall completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Kentucky in 2001 and immediately started his doctoral studies in BME at Georgia Tech and Emory University. His Ph.D. work was jointly directed by Bob Guldberg, a mechanical/biomedical engineer from Georgia Tech, and Bob Taylor, a cardiologist from Emory. Afterwards, Dr. Duvall joined the labs of Pat Stayton and Allan Hoffman in Bioengineering at the University of Washington for postdoctoral research. Based on the foundations built from these combined experiences, the ATL was launched in the Vanderbilt Biomedical Engineering Department in January, 2010. When Dr. Duvall is not teaching or directing his research group at Vanderbilt, he enjoys outdoors activities such as cycling, hiking, and gardening, in addition to spending quality time with his wife Gina and children.
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