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Assistant Engineering

Carnegie, PA
October 24, 2018

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Fatema Namer

**** *********** **. ***#*, Pittsburgh, PA 15220 412-***-****


Robert Morris University Moon Township, PA

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering December 2018 Current cumulative GPA 3.24/4.0

• Completed all core engineering and mathematics courses required across all engineering disciplines. University of Akron Akron, OH

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering 2014-2015 Els Language Center: Saint Joseph’s University Philadelphia, PA Certification of English Proficiency 2013-2014

EF International Language Campus Bournemouth, UK

Certification of English Proficiency 2012-2013

The 8th Secondary School Saudi Arabia

High School Diploma 2010-2012


Elbow Implant Fall 2018

• Created a stable elbow implant that can withstand high applied force with no dislocation, little displacement, and a low stress point by using SoildWorks software.

• Perform simulation testing by using Autodesk Inventor. Development of a Vein Finder Device Spring 2017

• Designed a device that helps practitioners find veins more easily after performing background research to determine the FDA classification of the device and review existing vein finder devices.

• Enhanced image quality by improving optical illumination, built electronic circuit with LEDs lights.

• Designed a new ergonomic case using SoildWorks software and created the case using 3D printing.

• Proposed a design of the user interface by creating a GUI in MATLAB software. Tensile and Shear Impact Testing Experiment Spring 2017

• Examined basic samples of modes in which loads may be applied: tensile, compressive, and shear.

• Utilized various materials at different temperatures to determine the effects on the elastic to plastic transition point and maximum load.

CFD Analysis on a Submarine Fall 2017

• Explored and navigated the drag force acting on the submarine with different fluid velocities determined by model-testing using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Solidworks Flow Simulation by using different mesh resolution to enhance the accuracy.


Robert Morris University Moon Township, PA

Research Assistant Present

• Completed data analysis and aimed at the prediction of loss of muscle power with age as it is related to normal gait pattern and subsequently the degeneration of through cross sectional kinematic studies of subjects gait categorized by age

• Presented research findings at the Biomedical Engineering Society in Atlanta, Georgia in 2018 St Michaels Hospital Toronto, ON

Research Assistant 2017

• Collected data from patient’s records, performed data entry operations, edited old incorrect files, and analyzed data pertaining to craniotomy cases using an experimental procedure to re-secure the excised bone flap using powdered bone generated during the opening of the cranial vault


• Bilingual in Arabic and English

• Knowledge in, MATLAP, SoildWorks, EduPack, Moldflow Autodesk, Photoshop, Microsoft Office HONORS AND AWARDS

• 2013-2018: Full Scholarship from Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission.

• Robert Morris University Dean’s List


• Endoscopic Repair of Encephalocele in Paediatrics: a Systematic Review - The American Association of Neurological Surgeons

• Comparison of Peak Power at Joints in Different Walking Conditions for Young and Old Korean Adults - BMES

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