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Engineering Social Media

Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States
May 12, 2019

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Paul Bonarrigo

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Worcester, MA August 2017 – May 2021

Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, Minors in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, GPA: 3.92/4.00


Professor Ji’s Laboratory, Communication Manager, Worcester MA February 2018 – Present

Worked on a project which entailed using specialized mouthguards to monitor the damage football player’s brains received after impacts to find a baseline for concussions

Monitored the condition of five subjects and created a bridge between them and Professor Ji

Held meetings with the athletes and helped them with any problems they had with their specific mouthguards including coming up with creative engineering solutions to the specific problems the athletes had with the mouthguards

Fibrina Cosmetics, Researcher, Worcester MA January 2018- March 2018

Worked for Fibrina Cosmetics researching different uses for Fibrin, a blood clotting agent, in the cosmetics world

Planned, conducted, and statistically analyzed experiments, and learned essential laboratory skills

Worked on a team with a colleague and a mentor and where we were able to plan and execute some of my own experiments to learn as much as we could about Fibrin


BME 3505 and 3506 – Biomechanical Laboratory, WPI January 2019- Present

Learned to create design proposals and find testable hypothesizes for experiments

Devised a method to test the viability of fresh frozen versus formalin fixated bones using an Instron, and then used MATLAB and statistics to interpret the data and prove the hypothesis

Great Problem’s Seminar: Heal the World, WPI August 2017- December 2017

Learned valuable teamwork skills including coordinating assignments, researching in a group setting, poster design, and the art of compromising with others

Came up with an idea and explored it thoroughly with a team of four other people. Planning out all the necessary steps we would take to make it a reality

Drafted the idea for a social media app that helps veterans reintegrate into society in hopes to decrease occurrence of veteran suicide in the United States

Eagle Scout Project, Weymouth MA June 2014 – September 2014

Coordinated my Eagle Scout Project. The goal of which was to build four sets of stairs and 12 streets signs to allow easy access to St. Francis Xavier Cemetery for the elderly

Responsible for all fund raising, procurement of all materials, drafted blueprints, and led over 50 people in completing the project


Courses: Physics: Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Statics, Stress Analysis, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, Bioinstrumentation, Bio Data Analysis, CAD (CSWA Certified), Fluid Mechanics, Biomedical Bone Mechanics Lab, Intro to MATLAB.

Use of Lab equipment and grasp of lab procedures in Biomedical and Chemistry Laboratories

Solid Works, MATLAB, Auto Cad, Spanish, Python, R, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, 3D Printing


Eagle Scout, Troop 9 Weymouth

Cue Sports Club President, Ultimate Frisbee B Team, Bible Study Club, Photography Club and Biomedical Engineering Society Member, Community Advisor

Charles O’Thompson Scholar and Dean’s list 1st Semester Freshman year to present

Community Service at My Brother’s Keeper, CCD teacher, Boston College High School Graduate

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