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Medical Device Engineering

Texcoco de Mora, Mexico, Mexico
November 11, 2018

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RESUME OBJECTIVE: Dedicated and diligent engineering graduate seeking entry level biomedical engineering position.


Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, Clemson University Clemson, SC Thesis Focus: Medical Device Innovation August 2016 GPA: 3.66/4.0

Bachelors of Science in Bioengineering, Clemson University Clemson, SC Concentration: Biomaterials Engineering May 2015

GPA: 3.38/4.0



Neurological Diagnostic Technician July 2017-Present

Conduct diagnostic testing such as nerve conduction studies, EEG’s, bone density tests, EKG’s, EMG’s, and ANS on pain management, addiction, and neurological patients.

Compile testing data to draft diagnostic reports for clinician review and approval.

Perform other duties such as working up patients, uploading patient charts, and assisting in patient procedures.

Engage and provide input in weekly meetings to discuss opportunities to improve the clinic environment and resolve any operational and/or patient issues.

LABSOURCE, LLC. Greenville, SC

Lab Technician Intern June 2016

Performed daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance on Agilent 6400 series mass spectrometry and AB Sciex 4500 liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry machines.

Conducted patient specimen testing with Agilent 6400 and Olympus AU680 machine.

Maintained cleanliness and order of lab and workspace, prepared working solutions for mass spectrometry, and disposed of hazardous waste.

Prepared fluid specimen samples for mass spectrometry and reagent testing in order to investigate potential toxicological substances.

Aided in creating work lists for other employees and filing patient test reports with lab software. MEDICAL DEVICE DESIGN EXPERIENCE


Master of Engineering Design Innovation August 2015-August 2016

Designed a novel bone suture anchor device alongside a team to meet a clinical need specified by Greenville Health System orthopedic surgeons.

Conducted Key Opinion Leader meetings to receive design inputs and improvement suggestions on an existing prototype design.

Investigated current regulatory pathways in the US and OUS for an intended Class II medical device prototype.

Performed phase gate design meetings where industrial contacts gave feedback on medical device design and process.

Created project development plan timeline, COGS model, and Verification and Validation Testing protocols for proposed design.

Completed and compiled 510(k) documentation to demonstrate knowledge of medical device clearance procedure.

Currently seeking patent protection on design alongside Clemson University Research Foundation. CLEMSON UNIVERISTY Clemson, SC

Senior Design Theory and Application August 2014-May 2015

Designed and developed a prototype for a tunneled catheter removal device.

Engaged with clinicians at Greenville Health System in order to focus in on a clinical need within the vascular medical field.


Designed and completed Verification and Validation testing, completed market analysis of field of interest to determine if project development was feasible.

Conducted phase gate design meetings for a review board of professors and graduate students to divulge input regarding our medical device design.

Pursued provisional patent protection for the TC Discharger with the Clemson University Research Foundation. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE


Undergraduate Research Assistant/Paid Intern May 2013 – August 2014

Investigated difference between 2D and 3D cell culture in order to characterize mechanical properties of cardiomyocytes.

Conducted Research in the Cellular and Nanomechanics Lab at Clemson University Dept. of Bioengineering

(Dr. Delphine Dean).

Responsibilities included lab maintenance, basic research, documentation of methods and results, upkeep of cell lines, and microscopic imaging.

Prepared formal abstracts, presentations, and reports in support of ongoing research. LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE


Research Leader August 2014 – December 2014

Organized small subgroup within lab to accomplish weekly goals in a research project regarding effects of caffeine and epigallocatechin gallate on cell viability.

Supervised other undergraduate students involved in lab project.

Conducted research in the Cellular and Nanomechanics Lab at Clemson University Dept. of Bioengineering (Dr. Delphine Dean).

Performed literature reviews and experiments supporting ongoing research.

Reported research findings to main lab group and delegated what needed to be done for upcoming weeks in order to meet project deadlines.


Poster Presentations

Desai, A., Robinson, E.; Deitch S.; Dean, D.; “Effects of Blocking Cell-Cell and Cell-Matrix Interactions on Mechanical Properties of Cardiomyocytes” Arkansas INBRE Research Conference 2013

Robinson, E., Desai, A., Rodriguez-Devora, J., Dean, D.; “Characterizing Mechanical Properties of Cardiac Microtissues” Biomedical Engineering Society 2014


MATLAB Programming

Solidworks Designing

ISO 10993 Biocompatibility Standard Testing


Cell Culture and Aseptic Technique

COMSOL Multiphysics Modeling

Functional Animal Testing Model Knowledge

Lab Technician

Teamwork/Communication Skills

ISO 14971 Medical Device Risk Management

Assessment Knowledge

Mechanical Testing

Cell Viability Assays

Cytometry Calculations

Light Microscopy


Taylor Michaels Scholarship Recipient August 2011-May 2015

Clemson University Dean’s List August 2013-Present

Palmetto Fellows Scholarship Recipient August 2011-May 2015

Member, National Society of Leadership and Success August 2011-Present

Member, IPTAY Collegiate Club August 2011-August 2013

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