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Centreville, Virginia, United States
August 19, 2018

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571-***-**** (c) Raghav C. Atluri

***** ***** ***** **

Centreville, VA 20121


Motivated biomedical engineering graduate pursuing a position to utilize my skills in research, technology, and leadership to help solve healthcare problems by creating impactful solutions. EDUCATION

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. Graduation: 05/2017 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Minor in Mathematics


- Programming Languages: Matlab

- Design & Algorithm Development: SolidWorks, Matlab, LabVIEW, Arduino Microcontrollers

- Software: MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint

- MTS machinery: Testing of stress and strain

- Electrical circuits

- Signal processing


Biomedical Engineering Senior Design Project

- Worked on a team that developed a C# based application with GUI to guide patients through diagnostics tests.

- Part of a design team that developed a diagnostic device and algorithm to differentiate between early Parkinson’s disease and Essential tremor.

- Developed a headset with accelerometers and Arduinos to send data to a diagnostic algorithm.

- Modified the use of a Leap Motion device to gather data at various points on the hand.

- Performed patent research on existing methods of differentiation to develop a unique product. Biomedical Engineering Practicum Design Project

- Part of a design team that designed a model for an intuitive suction canister with removable lid.

- Managed the design process and completion of the project using engineering methods as well as the use of Gantt chart.

- Developed an intuitive suction canister using CAD and printed a 3D model.

- Conducted thorough patent research to develop a unique design. Best Medical International Inc., Springfield, VA

- Intern for company lawyers (June 2012 – August 2012) Handled the filing and distribution of paperwork for patent lawyers. Health Hacks, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (October 2016)

- Designed a mechanical arm that would allow for patients with limited to no control of their hands to achieve mobility to perform simple tasks.


- Recipient of the Mark A. Sternheimer Senior Design Award for exhibiting outstanding innovation and entrepreneurship.

- Recipient of the Capstone Design Expo Excellence in Design for Biomedical Engineering.

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