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Biomedical Engineer

New Haven, CT
March 18, 2018

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Danish Kidwai

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Intelligent student pursuing a degree in biomedical engineering with a specific focus on biomaterials. Collected thorough experience with imaging data analysis and manipulation, as well as synthesis of macromolecules through complex and precise procedures. Multiple experiences managing teams in academic, athletic and other extracurricular contexts.


University of Connecticut (2014-2018) Storrs, CT

BSE Biomedical Engineering Major with Biomaterials focus (3.3/4.0 GPA)

●Materials Science and Engineering Minor - Completed coursework in metal corrosion, failure analysis, and advanced materials science engineering

●Honors & Scholarships – Honors college admittance with merit scholarship

●Club Water Polo - Team Captain

●Engineering Design team leader - Cartilage-on-a-chip Adaptation, and Articular Cartilage Differentiation: Fluid Mechanics Approach

●Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity - Member development coordinator, Programming chair, Balanced Man Scholarship recruiter


Laboratory procedures: Polymer assembly, histology, chemical synthesis, dynamic light scattering

Programming: Matlab, LabVIEW, Bluetooth, Arduino

Quality testing: FTIR, DSC, white light scanning, specific gravity, tensile testing, flexural testing, failure analysis


School of Pharmacy: University of Connecticut (2018) Storrs, CT

Dr. Antonio Costa

Designed and constructed a PCB to serve as a control panel for multiple data acquisition units on an automated liposome assembly system

Institute of Materials Science: University of Connecticut (2014-2016) Storrs, CT

Dr. Mu-Ping Nieh

Fine tuned procedure for aggregation of liposomes with long chain polymers for greatest yield.

Discerned correlations between procedural steps and characteristics of the product.

Center for Imaging Science: Johns Hopkins University (July – August 2014) Baltimore, MD

Dr. Tilak Ratnanather

Expanded and refined the training data subset for the creation and improvement of an fMRI mapping program.

Completed multiple components of a major research project by dividing and delegating work to peers of varying skill sets.


Oxford Performance Materials Evaluation Intern (May – August 2016) South Windsor, CT

Trained in manufacturing procedures, data management, and multiple quality assurance methods surrounding the process of 3D printing skull fragment and spinal fusion implants from PEEK and PEKK

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