Welcome to Summer Undergraduate Students Kelley, Jasmin, Bria, and Joanna

The PULSE Lab welcomes four undergraduate students who will be working with us this summer. They are pursuing undergraduate degrees from a mixture of universities around the country:

Kelley Kempski

  • University of Delaware (Newark, DE)
  • Biomedical Engineering major
  • NSF-funded REU student

Jasmin Palmer

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
  • Mechanical Engineering major with a concentration in Controls,
    Instrumentation, and Robotics
  • Leadership Alliance student

Bria Goodson

  • Delta State University (Cleveland, MS)
  • Pre-Med/Biology major
  • McNair Scholar

Joanna Guo

  • Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD)
  • Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science double major

Each student will be working with us for 10 weeks or more throughout the summer on various projects in the area of photoacoustic-guided surgery. Welcome Kelley, Jasmin, Bria, and Joanna!!!

Welcome to Alycen Wiacek

The PULSE Lab welcomes Alycen Wiacek. Alycen has a M.S. degree in ECE from Oakland University (Rochester, MI) and she completed her B.S. degree in ECE at Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). Welcome Alycen!

Welcome REU Students

Welcome to undergraduate students Blackberrie Eddins and Neeraj Gandhi who will be working with us this summer through the NSF Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics (CSMR) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.