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Biomedical engineer

Douglas Alan Cornet, American biomedical engineer. Achievements include patent for trocar site suturing device, patent for self-forming hemostatic staple, patent for stabilizing instrumentation for the performing of endoscopic surgical procedures. Member Knights of Columbus (4 degree), Society for Creative Anachronism.

Background

Cornet, Douglas Alan was born on August 9, 1965 in Lakewood, California, United States. Son of Henry Morrison and Kathleen Ann (Taylor) Cornet.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Iowa State University, 1988. Master of Science in biomedical Engineering, Iowa State University, 1991.

Career

Research assistant Iowa State biomedical Engineering, Ames, 1990-1991. Research fellow Creighton University, Omaha, 1992-1993, biomedical engineer, since 1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent for trocar site suturing device, patent for self-forming hemostatic staple, patent for stabilizing instrumentation for the performing of endoscopic surgical procedures.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapter to book, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Knights of Columbus (4 degree), Society for Creative Anachronism.

Connections

Married Karen Irene Wagner, February 6, 1993 (divorced November 1996).

father:
Henry Morrison Cornet

mother:
Kathleen Ann (Taylor) Cornet

spouse:
Karen Irene Wagner