Jayce Doose is a recent Masters of Engineering graduate from Cornell University, with expertise in Electrical and Computer Engineering focusing on bioinstrumentation. His previous work has included electronic medical device research and development for Welch Allyn, and LabVIEW, MATLAB, and microcontroller programming. He is also an amateur machinist. At MUSC, he is responsible for providing support for all existing devices that interface with the 3T MRI machineat CBI, as well as thedevelopment of new devices, including motion tracking RF coils for the 3T MRI, flow phantoms for ASL sequences, and LabVIEW sensor acquisition systems. He also shares responsibility for the CBI website, and assists Dr. Dean Connor with DEI X-ray system development.