Teaching Assistant Professor

Office Information:

Mary Ellen Jones 10212C
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
UNC Chapel Hill
(919) 445-0739

4012 Engineering Building III
Raleigh, NC 27695
NC State University
(919) 515-6813


PhD, Biomedical Engineering - UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering (2013)
MS, Biomedical Engineering - UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering (2010)
BS, Biochemistry - UNC Chapel Hill (2008)


dkhubbar@ncsu.edu, dkhubbar@ncsu.edu

Research and Publications:

Research Area: Biomedical Microdevices Research Interests: Medical Device Design and Innovation, STEM Education, Dermal wound healing, dermal wound assessment, monitoring in low-resource settings Research: In the classroom, Dr. Hubbard focuses on using interactive and active methods for teaching innovation and design using clinical immersion and a quality system. The goal is to provide a thought-provoking and immersive experience for students that prepares them for a future career in Biomedical Engineering. In the lab, he focuses on hardware and software design for dermal wound assessment in a variety of clinical settings. The primary focus is using color and feature recognition in both 2D and 3D to create quantitative assessments of dermal wounds in clinical settings. The goal of their research is to assist clinicians in both high and low-resource settings obtain quantitative assessments of wounds to help provide personalized care to each patient. Selected Publications Link: PubMed