Christine Surrette is currently a Lead Biomedical Engineer in the Microsystems Discipline at GE Research. She designs and develops the next generation of bioanalytical microsystems that enable better results faster. She works at the intersection of engineering and biology, and her projects focus on automating sample prep and assays through the use of microfluidics, novel device manufacturing, sensors, or system integration. She is a graduate of GE Research's Edison Engineering Development Program, where her rotations focused on healthcare and diagnostics, and ranged from microfluidics manufacturing and design to instrumentation development and system integration.
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Christine is a wife, a mom of 1 human daughter and 3 canine sons, a baker, a hiker, an avid SWEster, a yoga enthusiast, a coffee lover, a fan of farmers markets, and an engineer.