Jenna Mueller
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Dr. Jenna Mueller is a postdoctoral associate in biomedical engineering who works with the Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies at Duke University to develop low-cost devices and therapies to improve the management of cervical cancer in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). She worked with a multidisciplinary team to develop the Pocket colposcope, a low-cost, portable device to screen women for cervical pre-cancer at the primary care setting, and conducted studies to demonstrate its impact in 1000 women in 8 countries. Additionally, she is spearheading a new program to develop low-cost therapeutics for cervical pre-cancer and received a K99 award from the NIH to do large animal trials before moving to patient studies.

​Jenna received a B.S. degree in bioengineering with a minor in global health technologies from Rice University, and completed both an M.S. and Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at Duke University. She also completed a Certificate in College Teaching and a Doctoral Certificate in Global Health during her PhD.

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