Jeffrey He, BS
Eidactics Intern

Medical Arts Building • Suite 210
2000 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109-3021

B.S. Biomedical Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Academic Projects
EMG - (Spring 2014)
  • Designed circuitry for electromyograph electrodes using the printed circuit board software, KiCAD and circuit simulation program PSpice for a 25 Hz to 10 kHz signal bandwidth.
  • Circuit design was implemented using National Instrument ELVIS prototyping board with LM741 operational amplifiers, resistors, and diodes.
Bioreactor - (Winter 2013 - Spring 2013)
  • Designed a bioreactor for bovine vascular tissue scaffolding growth using SolidWorks to reduce media leakage.
  • Machined several acrylic and polycarbonate parts.
Pressure Cylinder - (Fall 2012 - Spring 2013)
  • Used SolidWorks to design pressure vessel to withstand 800 psi for creating tissue engineering scaffolds by gas foaming
  • Threaded steel parts and machined aluminum parts of the project.

Technical Skills

Proficient with Windows OS, Apple OS X
Experience using C, Java, MATLAB, PSpice, KiCAD
Experience with milling and lathing

Academic Coursework

Biomedical Design, Biomechanics, Bioinstrumentation, Bioseparations/Physiochemical Hydrodynamics, Biomedical Modeling, Biomedical Engineering Transport

Volunteer Work

Volunteer Worker at Nike's Women's Marathon (Oct 2009)
Volunteer Worker at San Francisco Treasure Island Triathlon (Jul 2009)
Volunteer Tutor at Help-U-Learn (Aug 2006 - Jul 2008)