I am currently the Agnes Blackie Memorial Research Fellow for the Dodd-Walls Centre for Photonic and Quantum Technologies in the Physics Department at the University of Auckland.  I was previously a postdoc at Sorbonne Université (Paris 6) in the Laboratoire d’Imagerie Biomédicale.   I wrapped up my PhD in Physics in 2017 at the University of Auckland, after completing a MSc in Mechanical Engineering at Boise State University, and a BSc in Physics at Bethel University.   My research interests are photoacoustic and (laser-) ultrasonic imaging  for biomedical applications.


*Published as  Jami Shepherd and Jami L. Johnson

Book Chapter

Freeman, P. and Shepherd, J.  (2020). Data acquisition and experiment control with Python. In W. Smith (Eds.), Experimental Physics: Principles and Practice for the Laboratory  (Ch. 9). Taylor & Francis.

Journal Articles
Conference Proceedings
  • Johnson, J., Sabick, M., Kuhlman, S., Seale, W. (2012). Development of a reliable and versatile photoplethysmograph device. Journal of Medical Devices, 6(1).
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