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Farmington NY 14425
PERSONAL S UMMARY
I am passionate about health, medicine, and the human body. This has led me to pursue a degree in Biological Engineering with a minor in Bio-medical Engineering from Cornell University as well as a Master’s Degree in Biomechanics from the University of Central Florida. After graduation I aspire to work in the field of biomechanical analysis of the human body or sports technology. Outside of education, I was the captain of Cornell University's Men's Rugby Team and am currently a member of both the University of Central Florida’s Wrestling and Rugby Teams. I am also a member of UCF’s BRaIN Lab (Biomechanics, Rehabilitation and Interdisciplinary Neuroscience) where I assist in research primarily focused around the biomechanics of the human gait cycle using techniques such as motion capture analysis, EEG, and EMG.
S K I L L S
• Biological/Biomechanical/Biomedical Engineering
• Motion capture analysis
• Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
• Group Leadership
• Health and Fitness
• Cornell University: Fall 2013 – Spring 2017
Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Engineering and a Minor in Biomedical Engineering
• University of Central Florida: Fall 2017 – Summer 2018 Master’s Degree in Biomechanical Engineering.
COMPLETED COURSES L I ST
• Statics and Mechanics of Solids
• Bioengineering Thermodynamics and Kinetics
• Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
• Linear Algebra for Engineers
• Cell and Developmental Biology
• Principles of Biological Engineering
• Physics II: Electromagnetism
• Differential Equations for Engineers
• Comparative Physiology
• Investigative Biology Lab
• Introductory Computing Using MATLAB
• Engineering General Chemistry
• Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
• Bio-materials for the Skeletal System
• Heat and Mass Transport in Biological Systems
• Bio-fluid Mechanics
• Nutritional Health and Society
• Uncertainty Analysis in Engineering
• Object Oriented Programming in Java
• Biomedical Devices for Human Body Repair
• Human Anatomy and Physiology
• Computer-Aided Engineering: Applications to Biological Processes
• Biomedical Engineering Analysis of Metabolic and Structural Systems
• Principles of Biochemistry
• Engineering Economics and Management
• Intermediate Mechanics of Materials
• Topics in Biomedical Engineering
• Biostructures I
• Biostructures II
• Advanced Biomechanics
• Finite Elements in Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering
• Continuum Mechanics
• Exercise Endocrinology
A P PLICATION/E X PERIENCES
• Member of the UCF Biomechanics, Rehabilitation and Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Lab since August of 2017, utilizing motion capture analysis, EMG, and EEG techniques to analyze the human gait cycle.
• Cadaver Prosection at the University of Central Florida’s College of Medicine analyzing the various biological structures and systems throughout the human body, both male and female.
• Applied Anatomy/Biomedical Engineering Workshop with ARC Surgicals and UCF’s College of Medicine Department of Medical Education at the Guidewell Innovation Facility.
• Development of computational model in the program COMSOL modelling the process that P-Selectin injections in hemophilia patients can increase clotting (Paper published on findings).
• Case study analyzing fluid flow in both stented and unstented regions in different heart arteries.
• Case study focusing on non-dimesionalization of equations focussed on blood propogation.
• Case study analyzing fluid flow through syringes as they are administered to the bloodstream and the resulting diffusive impact.
OTHER I N FORMATION
• Eagle Scout Award Recipient during the summer of 2013. I achieved the rank of Eagle Scout after being a member of the Boy Scouts of America for just over seven years.
• CPR/AED Certified