Spotlights

Kaavian Shariati

Kaavian Shariati, M.Eng. 2019

“The mere presence of opportunities to pursue research in whatever category we would like has been huge for me,” Shariati says. “It totally adjusted my career trajectory. It helped me identify a path for myself.” Read more

Karan Raje

Alumni Spotlight: Karan Raje, M.Eng. 2013

"The core courses of the M.Eng were critical in helping sharpen my foundational knowledge of BME, and elective courses such “Entrepreneurship for Scientists and Engineers” played a big role in me pursuing a start-up post Cornell." Read more

Qiwei (Alex) Li

Alumni Spotlight: Qiwei (Alex) Li, M.Eng. 2019

"The BME MEng at Cornell was the perfect fit for me . . . what really appealed to me was the flexibility of choices in choosing your path in the large field of biomedical engineering and the opportunity to work with industry experts and physicians on solving real-world medical problems." Read more

Lee Puckett

Lee Puckett, M.Eng. '19

"Cornell University is an esteemed institution willing to provide resources to ensure that each student can make the most out of their educational experience." Read more

Nizeet Aguilar

Nizeet Aguilar, Ph.D. '16

"During my Ph.D., I grew not only as a scientist, but as a person. Cornell helped me to think critically in my Ph.D. project and other situations." Read more

Christine Tan

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Tan, Ph.D. 2011

Tan's Ph.D. research led to breakthroughs in nanofabricated single molecule/single cell chips for new biomedical applications such as cancer studies. Her solid foundation in interdisciplinary thinking from a world-class education well positioned Tan to take on key leadership roles in industry. Read more

EMILY Brooks

Alumni Spotlight: Emily Brooks, Ph.D. 2012

Emily Brooks received her Ph.D. in the Fischbach-Teschl Lab in 2012. Her research focused on the role of host tissue stem cells in breast tumorigenesis, specifically evaluating the ability of these cells to alter the tumor microenvironment through chemical and mechanical cues in a manner that contributes to tumor growth. Read more