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Erica Sadler

Erica Sadler, B.S. '18

"I felt like BME would be the best path to incorporate all my interests."

  • Hometown: Columbia, Maryland
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Margaret Hale

Margaret Hale, B.S. '18

"I have always cared deeply about people, and BME seemed like the best way to combine this passion with my love of the STEM field and innovation."

  • Hometown: Round Hill, Virginia
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Julia Telischi

Julia Telischi, B.S. '18

"I liked that there is breadth and depth of academic opportunity here . . . I could take high caliber courses in almost any subject I desired."

  • Hometown: Miami, FL
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Hannah Childs

Hannah Childs, '18

"[At Cornell BME] I get to experience all of the best parts of physiology and human health but from the macroscale to even the nanoscale perspective, and I am not limited to textbooks in my learning."

  • Hometown: Seaville, NJ
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Rohan Roy

Rohan Roy, '18

"Cornell has one of the best engineering schools in the country, and I was drawn by the opportunities for undergraduates to do research with faculty."

  • Hometown: Cheshire, Connecticut
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Allison Byrne

Allison Byrne, '18

"I was drawn to Cornell because it is a forward-looking university that provides students with the resources to think outside the box and create the future"

  • Hometown: Basking Ridge, NJ
  • Biomedical Engineering
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Elizabeth Weiss

Elizabeth Weiss, '18

"I chose Cornell because it not only had a strong engineering department, but also a wide range of other liberal arts, humanities, and sciences departments."

  • Hometown: Capron, IL
  • Biomedical Engineering
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