He ended up pleading guilty to ten counts of armed kidnapping and robbery, and a judge slapped him with 18 and a half years. Faced with a prison term that would take him well into his 30s, Burke grew up quickly. Older convicts took him under their wing.
Lee became a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and devoted much of her adult life to the healing and helping of others. She graduated from the Clarkston School of Nursing (1974) and Mayo Clinic (1980). She met and married Audie E. In addition to applying our brain imaging tools to skin and cardiac tissues, my lab is also developing optical imaging tools for molecular imaging. Our paper in Nature Photonics last year demonstrated a new technique for imaging small animals that exploits the spatiotemporal evolution of fluorescent signals after a bolus injection of dye. This method has been licensed by a company and is now commercially available for researchers and companies doing drug development and disease research.
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