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International Business, biomedical engineering, programming skills

Miami, FL
October 18, 2018

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Weronika Michaluk



University of Miami Business School Coral Gables, Florida/USA Master of Science in International Business Expected May 2019 Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) Warsaw, Poland Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering February 2018

• GPA: 3.58 / 4.0

• Honors: Suma Cum Laude; Top Student in Biomedical Engineering Program Scholarship WORK & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

WUT Thesis Project – Wireless EKG System Warsaw, Poland Designer August 2017 – January 2018

• Designed an EKG System capable of monitoring patient heart rate and wirelessly sending data to an Android phone via Bluetooth for improved patient-doctor communication.

• Successfully developed a product that met an untapped market need identified by conducting market research of existing EKG systems.

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Gwangju, South Korea Team leader intern T-neuroLab June – August 2017

• Managed and led a 7-person international student team performing optogenetic research on mice.

• Produced comprehensive report of research results from studying the possibility of “banking” sleep in mice as a potential solution to sleep deprivation issues in humans. Activities included: o Reviewing and analyzing data, preparing research schedules, monitoring activities of the research. o Interpreting data and reviewing reports with the use of Igor and MATLAB. TES Laboratory Warsaw, Poland

Environmental engineering company

Intern March - May 2017

• Assisted with research projects, designed and conducted experiments with mentorship guidance, collected data and drew conclusions based on them.

• Increased staff productivity by writing Excel macros and Java programs to enhance their previous manual processes.


Languages: Polish (native), English (fluent), Russian (conversational), Spanish (basic), Korean (basic) Technical Skills: Java, C/C++, JavaScript, React Native, MATLAB Activities: Volunteer firefighter; Honor member of Student Science Club at WUT – led several teams in designing and building biomedical devices and prototypes; recruited over 40 members with promotional campaigns interviews, exhibitions and talks; organized conferences, speaker events, community events and science exhibitions to present work of student club; Volunteer at Adoption Assistance Company – assisted American families during their adoptive stay in Poland and translated documents, interpreted during meetings and insured cooperation with Polish Adoption Authorities. Interests: Traveling to unique places, playing soccer and volleyball, bike riding, learning languages, playing guitar and trumpet, creating websites and computer programs.

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