Monthly Archives: October 2016

Society of Women Engineers Conference 2016

This program started five months ago with our mini orientation in Houston on June 1st. Since then I have spent ten weeks in Costa Rica interning and exploring the developing region’s healthcare system, three whirlwind days in Brazil primarily doing … Continue reading

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A Mid-semester Trip

One of the many reasons I fell in love with the Global Medical Innovation program was, as I have mentioned many times before, the amount of involvement it has with Costa Rica. Not only that, I was also lucky enough … Continue reading

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Halfway through fall semester!

We are now over halfway through the first semester of GMI! It’s flying by, but I’m proud of all that we’ve accomplished so far. My implementation project, a pulse oximeter for minimally invasive fetal surgeries, has been keeping me busy. … Continue reading

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Fall Semester & National BMES Conference

We have made it to the halfway point of the fall semester! Time is flying by way too fast, but it’s been a great semester so far. At the top of October, the other GMI students and I had our … Continue reading

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