Hello there! Are you interested in engineering? Are you interested in helping people? If so, you’ve come to the right place. If not, then let me show you why you should be.
“Engineering is the application of science for human benefit.” –J.M. Prausnitz
The inspiration from this blog is derived out of my desire to use engineering to help individuals on a global scale. My aim is to display how engineers are currently improving the quality of life, how we can improve, and how current or aspiring engineers can contribute to this mission.
Who am I?
I am a student from Orlando, Florida studying biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. I chose to study biomedical engineering because I enjoyed science, understood math (until I got to college!), and wanted to help people. Biomedical engineering seemed like a perfect fit.
What am I interested in?
My current BME interests include human physiology, biomechanics, neuroscience, and device development for developing world countries with consulting and entrepreneurship. I am passionate about people, and I am actively involved in the human trafficking and pro-life movements. Topics I enjoy learning about include faith, exercise, baking, learning mechanisms, traveling, maximizing efficiency, and anything related to the human body. I am always down for an adventure. I am blessed with an amazing family of learners, thinkers, and doers who inspire and challenge me daily.
What about you? I would love to hear your story.