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Jeremy Heit grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia and moved to Atlanta as a Georgia Tech freshman in 2016 and travels to Lynbrook, NY to visit family. Currently, he is a Fourth Year undergraduate student studying Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology with a passion for human health. He has developed fluorescent biomarkers to study signaling pathway in V. cholerae in the school of Biological Sciences. He is interested in multiplexed single cell imaging of immune cells and engineering immune cells towards fighting cancer cells. After he receives a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering in Fall 2020, he hopes to apply to medical school and pursue an M.D in oncology or immunology. Outside of classes and lab he spends his free time climbing with friends, hiking, and spending time with family
Sam Henderson is currently a first year mechanical Mechanical Engineering student on the pre-med track at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, and then moved to Houston, Texas, but went to boarding High School at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire. After his junior year, he participated in a summer internship at the Non-Invasive Brain-Machine laboratory at the University of Houston where he investigated, which regions of the brain correlated with creativity. Sam became interested in becoming a physician after reading medical books by Atul Gawande and is volunteering at the WellStar Atlanta Medical Center. In his free time, Sam likes reading, hanging out with friends, and hiking.
Medha Acharya is a third year biomedical engineering student who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was previously a part of the research team led by Dr. James Dahlman of the Dahlman Lab for Precision Therapies, Georgia Tech, to investigate novel lipid nanoparticle formulations for targeted drug delivery. She also worked with Dr. Travis Shaffer at the Gambhir Multimodality Molecular Imaging Lab, Stanford University, to explore triple-reporter gene delivery in natural killer cells for improved immunotherapy response monitoring. She is interested in novel diagnostic and therapeutic interventions stemming from immune engineering. Apart from this, Medha is a dancer on Tech's premier Indian classical dance team, GT Pulse. She also enjoys event planning and is an avid board member of India Club at Georgia Tech.
Zexing Song is the first-year Master Student in Statistics Program in Georgia Tech with H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE). He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in B.S Statistics; B.S Mathematic and a Certificate of Large Data Analysis at the University of Iowa. He interests in Classical Statistical Analysis with DOE & Optimization and Data Virtualization; Also some area in Data Mining with multiple classical algorithms. Outside of classes, he loves workout, shooting, swimming and reading.
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.