Ashley Pekmezian

Ashley Pekmezian, B.S. 2019

Now attending medical school at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Ashley aspires to be a surgeon. Currently, her research focuses on a novel surgical operation to reduce lymphedema after axial lymph node dissection. Read more

Joanna Davis

Joanna Davis B.S., M.Eng. 2019

Joanna Davis says the on-the-spot problem solving she gained as a Cornell BME undergraduate has enabled her to bring nuanced solutions in a rapidly-changing world to both clients and patients in her current role as an Associate Consultant providing diverse solutions to life sciences clients. Read more

Brooke Cohen

Biomedical engineering: a path to medical school

Brooke Cohen is an undergraduate senior concentrating in biomaterials and drug delivery (BMDD) and performing research in the Butcher Lab. After graduation she will work as a medical scribe at Texas Orthopedics in Austin while applying to medical school. Read more

Jonathan Pierre

Developing a wearable device for monitoring multiple sclerosis

Jonathan Pierre is an undergraduate student concentrating in Molecular/Cellular/Systems Engineering (MCSE) and is developing a wearable device for monitoring multiple sclerosis. After graduation he will work as a sourcing engineer for Medtronic. Read more

Sharon Kaplan

Meet Undergraduate Coordinator Sharon Kaplan!

The Meinig School welcomes Sharon Kaplan as our new undergraduate coordinator supporting students and faculty with course scheduling, affiliation to the major, and other essential undergraduate program functions. Read more

Eric Kaden

Eric Kaden, B.S. 2018

A member of the inaugural undergraduate class, Kaden worked as a process engineer and a quality engineer before returning to law school this fall with an eye toward a career in patent law. Read more

Carol Hung

Carol Hung, B.S. 2019

As a clinical engineer at Noah Medical Corporation in Redwood City, California, Hung works closely with physicians to understand the operating environment and clinical needs to become an internal expert. Read more