Brent Millare is a PhD graduate from Johns Hopkins University in the department of biomedical engineering. He completed his BS in computer science (2008) at University of California Riverside before joining the Computational Cardiology Lab in 2009. Brent is a proud recipient of the NIH F31 predoctoral individual national research service award.
Brent's research focus is on dissecting the basic mechanisms relating mitochondrial dysfunction and cardiac arrhythmia. He is passionate about spreading the gospel of lifting heaving objects and enjoys leveraging his knowledge of computers. If you'd like to contact Brent, feel free to contact him via email.