Dr. McCarty joined the Pine Research Instrumentation Team in 2015 to continue his efforts to advance the utilization of electroanalytical techniques in biomedical research. With a strong passion for teaching and research, Greg was a Research Assistant Professor with the Pennsylvania State Nanofabrication Facility and the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics and an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering with North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. McCarty’s research interests include nanofabrication, biomedical sensors, technologies to aid neuroscience researchers, and wireless and low-power sensor nodes. His recent research focused on creating electroanalytical techniques for monitoring biochemical signaling to improve understanding of brain function and dysfunction. Greg has a B.S. degree in engineering science, M.S. degree in mechanical engineering, and a Ph.D. degree in chemistry all from The Pennsylvania State University.

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