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Benjamin C King


Benjamin C King

827 Packard Ave

Louisville, KY 40217






Success in the bionanotechnology field




·         Microtechnology fabrication

·         Atomic Force Microscopy

·         Bioinstrumentation circuit design

·         MATLAB, LabVIEW programming

·         AutoCAD, Solid Edge design and drafting

·         Biosystems Controls




M. Eng. in Bioengineering

Expected May 2010

·         3.87 GPA

·         Thesis topic: Atomic Force Microscopy Interrogation of Biomolecule-Carbon Nanomaterial interactions


B. Sc. in Bioengineering

May 2009

·         3.63 GPA - Magna Cum Laude

·         Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) member

·         Presented poster at 2008 BMES Fall Meeting

·         Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society

·         Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

·         Dean's List






Research Assistant

Center for Regulatory and Environmental Analytical Metabolomics (Louisville, KY)

May 2008– May 2009

·         Performed cell culture and wet lab work for metabolomic experiments

·         Carried out mass spectrometry analysis

·         Chemoinformatics programming



Engineering Co-op

Boston Scientific Corporation (Spencer, IN)

August 2007– December 2007

·         Product testing in compliance with FDA regulations and good documentation practices

·         Updated and organized validation documents for multiple product lines

·         Created and submitted product build orders for testing



Customer Service Attendant/Hospitalities Coordinator

Bob Evans Restaurant (Bowling Green, KY)

March 2004– August 2005

·         Maintained clean tables and dishes to facilitate server and kitchen staff duties

·         Addressed customer concerns to improve dining experience

·         Seated dining area, coordinating with servers






Shoaxin Lu, Samit Ahir, Vanessa Velasco, Ben King, Peng Xu, Eugene M. Terentjev and Balaji Panchapakesan. (2009). "Photo-mechanical actuation of carbon nanotubes: mechanisms and applications in micro and nano-devices." Journal of Micro - Nano Mechatronics 5(1): 29-41




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