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Biomedical Engineering Graduate

Saddle Brook, NJ, 07663
June 30, 2016

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Ambitious biomedical engineering graduate with research and internship experience seeking a technical entry-level position.


Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ - School of Engineering Graduated May 2016 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering Overall GPA: 3.0, Major GPA: 3.2 RELEVANT COURSES

Introduction to Biomechanics Numerical Modeling in Biomedical Systems Cardiovascular Engineering Biomedical Transport Phenomena BME Measurements & Analysis Lab Introduction to Prosthetics BME Kinetics & Thermodynamics Biomedical Instrumentation Lab Introduction to Biomaterials RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant - Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration Laboratory, Rutgers University Jan. 2015 – May 2016 Carbon Nanohorn (CNH) - Ligament Project

Develop non-surgical treatment for repair of ligaments and tendons to decrease likelihood of re-injury

Combine proliferative therapy and CNH with collagen binding peptide (CBP) to develop injectable therapy

Evaluate biomechanical and cellular effects to retain CNH retention in matrix after injection

Assist with rat surgeries to use the injectable therapy on injuries

Image rats to analyze results of the injectable treatment Scaffold Project

Determine method to have scaffold contract with as little voltage as possible applied

Create different hydrogels varying PEGDA, MAETAC, and photoinitator amounts

Conduct bending tests by applying voltage to hydrogels

Analyze different hydrogels by measuring the amount the hydrogels bend PROJECT

Senior Design Project - Accelerated Aging of Vacutainer® Blood Collection Tubes Sept. 2015 – May 2016

Design method for accelerating aging tests of Vacutainer tubes to determine new Q10 value

Improve method for determining draw volume of Vacutainer tubes using prototype created

Understand relationship between internal pressure (vacuum) and draw volume

Observe the degradation of vacuum over time and how to accelerate time effects

Sponsored by and working with engineers from Becton, Dickinson and Company WORK EXPERIENCE

Intern - Lehr Consultants International, LLP, New York, NY July – Aug. 2011

Calculated and measured segments of floor plan drawings for analysis July – Aug. 2012

Marked up and reviewed architectural drawings to meet requirements before sending to clients

Assisted designing floor plans by adding components using AutoCAD AWARDS

Boy Scouts of America: Eagle Scout May 2010

Dean’s List: Spring 2016 May 2016


Engineers Without Borders Nov. 2012 – May 2016

Rutgers University Biomedical Engineering Society Nov. 2012 – May 2016

Rutgers Sustainability Affairs Committee Jan. 2014 – May 2016 SKILLS

Laboratory: Instron, Lab Safety, Biosafety, Blood Borne Pathogens Training, Rodent Handling

Software: AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Programming: MATLAB

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