Member Since 2020
I'm a passionate and innovative Biomechanical Engineer with extensive training in biomaterials, biomechanics, bioelectronics, signals & systems, and bioinstrumentation. My recent Bachelor of Science coursework at Wright State University has given me a solid foundation in biomedical, electrical and mechanical engineering principles, and also in research methodology, and laboratory techniques.
I was proud to put my engineering capabilities to work on my senior design project, which studied how Pacemaker users may often be unaware of the presence of invisible fields that can interfere with their devices. We developed a field interference detection device that detected nuclear, electrical, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields, which may impact pacemakers in various daily scenarios. I'm excited to find my next opportunity to put my engineering skills into practice to solve problems that benefit society.
My other work and volunteer experiences as a lab teacher assistant , boot camp/personal trainer, and female outreach leader have called on me to use and refine my interpersonal communication and leadership skills. These roles have strengthened my ability to quickly establish productive relationships with people and to communicate with impact when training or problem-solving together, which are of critical importance when working on project teams and across disciplines.
Project partners and clients describe me as a collaborative teammate who listens for understanding, coordinates activities to maximize efficiency, and manages time well to ensure timely completion of deliverables. My natural curiosity and drive for learning makes me a strong problem solver and I quickly connect ideas, detect patterns, and categorize information in new and innovative ways to create robust solutions for persistent problems.
As a member of the Campus Recreation team, I taught health and fitness classes for student and staff at multiple fitness studios and also provided one-on-one appointments with clients, personalizing training for each based on their needs.
I worked with a 5-person team to effectively design and program a walkie-talkie device using two Raspberry pies that were connected through specific codes using MATLAB program and Simulink.
I helped in teaching (Anatomy & Physiology) course material and the structure of the human body using cadavers and pro sections by providing tutorials, explaining concepts and procedures, monitoring performance, and enforcing safety protocols.
To support my studies, I was a client support coordinator at the Alkhalifa Recruitment Office during the summer of 2019, assisting staff and a full spectrum of skilled and non-skilled clients with job placement across southeast and middle Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Philippines) and Africa (Morocco, Madagascar). I represented the office by answering phones, scheduling appointments, writing and translating correspondence, and assisting clients while they were in the office.
My Biomedical Engineering Senior project measured interferences that may affect pacemaker performance by developing a field interference detection device. This was done by designing and printing a 3D case using SolidWorks and a 3D printing machine. The case housed a circuit containing three sensors connected to Arduino Uno using wires and resistors. I successfully completed this work by collaborating with a 5-person team and quickly learning the Arduino Uno programming language in order to use it and MATLAB to interpret project data. We adapted rapidly to working remotely and learning GUI when COVID-19 struck to obtain results and complete our revised project deliverables.
Biomedical Engineering- Pre Medicine
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