Ripple is pleased to offer the best technical support in the industry. If you need any help with trouble-shooting, setting up, project development, or performance issues, our team of PhD-level scientists are available to help.

Landan Mintch, MSBME

Support Manager

Landan earned his Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis working in the cardiovascular neurophysiology and bioelectronics laboratories of Dr. John Schild and Dr. Ken Yoshida, respectively. His research focused on control of cardiovascular variables through slight electrical interrogation of afferent visceral nerves and on conduction blocking techniques in vivo.

Taylor Hearn, MS

Research Support Engineer

Taylor earned his M.S. in Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University studying the effects of vagus and trigeminal nerve stimulation on human cognitive performance with Dr. Jamie Tyler. He has experience recording and stimulating the nervous system, both invasively and noninvasively, in mouse, rat, non-human primate, and human models. Professionally, his background spans academia, government, and private sector work, all focused on advancing neurotechnology.

Kyle Loizos, PhD

Research Support Engineer

Kyle earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah, working on computational tools for advancing neuroprosthetics in the lab of Dr. Gianluca Lazzi. His research focused on improving the efficacy of electrical stimulation used in retinal and hippocampal prosthetics for patients with degenerative diseases. Additionally, Kyle has professional experience in digital and physical product design in the consumer electronics, defense, and medical space.

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