A Day in the Life – Pictures | #1

This is the door I walk through every day at my internship at Celsee Diagnostics in Plymouth, MI.
This is the Celsee Analyzer. It takes blood samples and extracts everything except for the red blood cells, leaving behind white blood cells and possible circulating tumor cells (CTCs). These leftover cells are then analyzed to determine whether they contain cancer or not.
Here are some of the circuit boards that are used in the Celsee Analyzer.
I am currently working on streamlining the installation process for some of their software. Here is a sample of some code I’ve written.
These are two of the servers at Celsee Diagnostics. I am currently working on setting one of these up as a Git server so we can collaborate on code more efficiently.

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