Joshua (Josh) B. Boesche
Josh Boesche is a senior engineer in the Division of Engineering's Software Development Unit. His primary responsibility is to develop the WINCSWare software application for the Wireless Instantaneous Neurotransmitter Concentration Sensing System (WINCS). In this role, Josh has been a key contributor in determining software requirements, designing and implementing the software, and managing testing and post-release software support.
Josh received a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering and a Master of Business Administration from St. Cloud State University.
Diane R. Eaker, M.S.
Diane Eaker is a senior engineer in the Electronics Development Unit of the Division of Engineering. She is responsible for designing and testing the electrical systems for the Harmoni neurochemical sensing and stimulation device, the successor to the WINCS and Mayo Investigational Neuromodulation Control System (MINCS) stimulator devices.
Diane received a Bachelor of Arts in business from Hamline University, a Bachelor of Science in physics from Mankato State University and a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota.
Christopher J. Kimble
Christopher Kimble has worked in the Division of Engineering since 2001. He is the lead engineer for the WINCS, MINCS and Harmoni family of neuromodulation devices developed by the Division of Engineering and the Neural Engineering Lab.
Chris earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at the University of Washington. He also has a master's degree in rehabilitation, a bachelor's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in psychology. He has worked with Dr. Lee since 2007, when the WINCS device was conceived. A licensed glider pilot, Chris flies a world-class PW-5 sailplane.
Kenneth (Ken) R. Kressin
Ken Kressin is a principal engineer in the Division of Engineering's Software Development Unit. His primary responsibilities are designing computer control systems.
Ken earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
Malcolm B. McIntosh, M.S., PMP
Malcolm McIntosh is a lead engineer and project manager whose primary responsibility is to manage technology development projects for the Neural Engineering Laboratory. He is presently working on developing an animal-use neurochemical sensing system and a follow-on human-use device.
Malcolm has a Master of Science in physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in physics from the College of Charleston. He is also a certified project management professional.