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So far Humans of BioE has created 48 blog entries.

Humans of Bioengineering: Alyssa Ricketts

Alyssa is an undergraduate senior in BioE, and is double-majoring in computer engineering. She is working in a biomechanics lab led by Dr. William Ledoux, where she investigates how certain joints are affected before and after ankle replacement surgery. She also is part of the Right Brain Campaign and volunteers at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Learn more about her experiences at UW and how she balances all of her activities.

By | March 14th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Alan Cabrera

Alan Cabrera is a senior in BioE currently working in the Seelig Lab. Between his [...]

By | March 7th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Riley Hein

Riley is an undergraduate senior in bioengineering, and he’s also actively involved in the UW’s ROTC program. Read more about how he balances his participation in these two programs and how they both contribute to his life in college.

By | February 28th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Preston Pan

Preston is an undergraduate junior in bioengineering, and he is interested in the electrical engineering/programming aspects of bioengineering. Read more about how his experiences in and out of BioE, and being in a competitive major, have shaped his interests and goals.

By | February 21st, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Sam Krahling

Sam Krahling is a senior in the Max Lab in the Speech and Hearing Sciences Department, and plans to go into consulting and potentially pursue an MBA in the future. Her activities range far beyond BioE, including becoming ordained to marry her housemates.

By | February 14th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Soren Johnson

Soren Johnson is a senior in bioengineering currently doing research in Dr. Suzie Pun’s lab. His work involves developing nonviral methods for efficient and stable gene transfer in renal progenitor cells. Upon graduation he plans on working in industry after hiking across the United States along the Pacific Crest Trail.

By | February 7th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Yoshitaka Goto

Yoshitaka Goto began in bioengineering as a direct freshman admit and is now a senior. He is actively involved with iGEM, where he has served several leadership roles. He also represented the UW team at the 2016 and 2017 iGEM International Competition, where they won bronze and silver, respectively. He currently works in Dr. Herbert Sauro’s lab, where he performs computational modelling of E. coli and investigates how specific genetic pathways may alter the bacteria’s behavior, specifically with resource drain and cost.

By | January 31st, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Janis Shin

Undergrad Janis Shin discusses her journey from growing up in an undeserved community to BioE, and to overcome the adversity she experienced against her academic pursuits. Looking forward, she hopes to empower students from backgrounds like hers to chase their dreams.

By | January 24th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Kevin Shi

Kevin Shi is a graduate student in the MS/BS program and performs cellular engineering research in the Davis lab, investigating cardiac function and repair. Last year, he worked with Dr. Dianne Hendricks to develop bioengineering outreach modules for local schools. Now, he works to improve awareness and support of mental wellness, student health, and suicide prevention. As an advocate for student wellness, Kevin is motivated by his own experiences in BioE. Learn more about his story and student wellness resources at UW.

By | January 17th, 2018|

Humans of Bioengineering: Natasha Paranjapye

Natasha started in BioE as a Direct Freshman Admit and now a senior,  she is preparing to study at UW’s School of Dentistry next year. During her time in BioE , she worked on Denatured, a student-run journal, and researched amyloid proteins in Dr. Valerie Daggett’s lab. She also co-founded the Right Brain Campaign, an organization that engages BioE students in artistic activities as a break from the daily rigor of their coursework.

By | January 10th, 2018|