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Biomedical Engineer

New Haven, Connecticut, United States
March 04, 2018

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Brady J. Reynolds

School: ** Arundel Street, B-**, Boston, MA 02215

Home: ** ***** *****, **** *****, CT 06513


Objective Motivated senior seeking employment in Biomedical Engineering/Clinical Engineering Education Boston University College of Engineering, Boston, MA Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Minor in Electrical Engineering

GPA: 3.18/4.00

May 2018

Relevant Coursework:

Engineering Computation, Mechanics, Electric Circuits, Molecular and Cell Biology and Biotechnology, Biomedical Environments, Signals and Systems, Systems Physiology, Digital/Analog Electronics, Transport Phenomena, Engineering Design, Logic Design, Engineering Economy, Control Systems, Electromagnetic Systems, Thermodynamics, Electrical Energy Systems Biomedical Device Diagnostics and Design Engineering


Functional Electrical Stimulation Device Design, Neuromotor Recovery Lab

Designing FES control system utilizing real-time data extraction to improve stimulation device therapy in post-stroke gait

March 2017 -- Present

Hand Motion Monitor, Boston Children’s Hospital

Designed wristband to monitor hand and wrist stereotypes in children with Autism and Rett Syndrome

January 2015 -- May 2015

Truss Project

Designed and tested a Truss model to meet specific criteria.

Successfully predicted points of failure using MATLAB code September 2015 –

December 2015

Skills Computer: MATLAB, Simulink (Simulink Real-Time), Microsoft Visual Studio, Basic C/C++ for application, Labview, Microsoft Office

Electronics: Standard Circuit Elements, Digital Electronics, Arduino, Analog Electronics, FES, IMUs, Motion Capture

Biomedical: ECG, EOG, Pulse Oximetry, Image Processing, Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Wet Laboratory Procedures



Student Researcher, Neuromotor Recovery Laboratory, Boston University

Design and utilize technology to improve gait function in individuals with neuromotor impairments

Provide engineering support on various laboratory projects March 2017 – Present

Boston, MA

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Logic Design and Electric Circuits

Worked with professor and graduate assistants to provide useful topic help and guidance in coursework for current students

Ran discussion sections, graded homework assignments and exams September 2016 – May 2017

Boston, MA

Competition Director/Committee Member, Special Olympics Connecticut

Director of a state tournament venue

Emcee of Opening/award ceremonies at various events

Coach and Unified Partner

October 2010 – Present

Hamden, CT

Oncology Laboratory Internship, Southern Connecticut State University

Studied the effects of ferns on cancer cell growth

Worked closely with professor and graduate students to maintain cell lines and learn basic laboratory procedure

May 2013 – October 2013

New Haven, CT

Affiliations Boston University Concert Band

Concert Band Student Manager

Trumpet Player/Soloist

September 2014 – Present

Boston, MA

Boston University Fitness and Recreation Center

Fitness attendant

June 2017 – Present

Boston, MA

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