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Biomedical Engineer-Biomechanics

Long Branch, New Jersey, United States
August 29, 2018

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Self-motivated and dedicated entry-level biomedical engineer with focus in biomechanics and with experience in bio-mechatronics, Finite Element Analysis, Computer Aided Design, tensile testing, structural analysis, rapid prototyping, mechanical drawing, and data analysis. Seeking in an engineering position in the biomedical/mechanical field.


B.S. in Biomedical Engineering

New Jersey Institute of Technology.

May 2018

Newark, NJ


SOFTWARE: ANSYS, MATLAB, PTC Creo, Simplify 3D, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project.

HARDWARE: Arduino Uno, Arduino mega, Raspberry pi.


LANGUAGES: Native Spanish speaker, Excellent written and verbal skills.


Manufacturing Technician January 2018 – Present

Burpee MedSystems, Eatontown, NJ

As a manufacturing intern my responsibilities are to learn and incorporate technical skills taught to me in multiple manufacturing process while following the outlined CGMP regulations. Currently working as a Technician, I/II.

Responsibilities Involve:

• Manufacturing and assembly of nitinol medical devices under the FDA CFR820, ISO 13485, and ISO 9001 regulations.

• The setup and operation of various pieces of manufacturing.

• Decipher sketches, technical drawings, and design details. Follow company’s SOP’s as outlined and document results from manufacturing as part of the company’s CAPA’s.

• Perform in-process inspection to assure workmanship.

Research Assistant January 2017 – May 2017

Neuromuscular/ Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory, NJIT

Designed and developed 3D printed parts for an index-thumb griper device to be used in an ongoing virtual reality stroke rehabilitation research.

• 3D designed models were done with Creo Parametric.

• 3D printed parts in materials as ABS, and PLA.


CAPSTONE PROJECT, Active Exoskeleton Device for the wrist, NJIT September 2017– May 2018

Designed an active exoskeleton device that assists a limited hand motion user in the wrist movement in 2 DOF’s using 2 smart servo motors, a 3D force sensor, designed 3D printed parts, and a Raspberry Pi model 3. People that had suffered stroke are often left with hemiplegia, a condition that affects their daily lives. The device aims in helping the rehabilitation process of such people while also providing assisted movement in the hand.

• Developed design requirements based on the customer needs.

• Applied GD&T to assure the designed device conforms to the set design requirements and customer needs.

• 3D designs and drafts were done using Creo Parametric as CAD software

• Developed testing plans for each of the designed requirements with traceability to the customer needs.

• Goals, millstones and project plan schedules were organized using Microsoft Project.


Undergraduate Research and Innovation Student Grant, NJIT November 2017

• URI phase-1 student grant awarded to develop the capstone project of Active Exoskeleton device for the wrist.

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