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Shambavi Ganesh is a 3rd Semester Masters student in Electrical and Computer Engineering in Georgia Tech. She did her undergraduate degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering at Manipal Institute of Technology, India. She plans on pursuing a PhD upon completion of her Masters, and her long term goal is to land a research scientist position in the healthcare sector. Shambavi’s research interests are mainly applying signal processing and machine learning in biomedical applications. In her spare time she loves reading books, playing basketball and hiking.
Monica Tran attended Georgia Tech in 2017. She is a fifth year chemical engineering. She was previously a part of Dr. Rachel Chen's research team where she assisted in the metabolic engineering of trisaccharides and polysaccharides synthesis. Dr. Chen's research made her interested in the body from a molecular level and how everything interacts inside. Her future goal is to get into medical school after graduation where her talents and skills can be used for the good of others. Outside of classes and lab, she enjoys spending quality time with her friends and family. C-LAB EXPERIENCE EXPANSION MICROSCOPY PERIOD: SPRING 2020 (1-TERM)