Undergraduate Students

Alyssa Massais

Alyssa Massais

Alyssa Massais Biomedical Engineering amassais@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”]Alyssa is a first year biomedical engineering student at the University of Florida. She plans to pursue her interest in neuroscience and is very excited to start working in the lab.[/expand]

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Nicole Veit

Nicole Veit

Nicole Veit Biomedical Engineering nveit@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”]Nicole is a third year biomedical engineering student with a minor in computer science. She is currently researching the role of electrode-site size on intracortical implantable devices. She is planning on pursuing a PhD and is interested in developing neural technologies for degenerative disorders.[/expand]  

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Brandon Badamtchian

Brandon Badamtchian

Brandon Badamtchian Biomedical Engineering bbadamtchian@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”]Brandon is a third-year biomedical engineering student specializing in neural engineering. He is researching the electrical properties of shape-memory polymer nerve cuff electrodes for use as neural implants. After graduating, Brandon plans to pursue an MD/PhD program.[/expand]

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Aaron Czeiszperger

Aaron Czeiszperger

Aaron Czeiszperger Biomedical Engineering   [expand title=”Read more”]Aaron is a fifth year Biomedical Engineering student in the Combined Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree at the University of Florida and is seeking a minor in Electrical Engineering. His work is concentrated about the foreign body response to neural implants in the peripheral nervous system.[/expand]

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Adrienne Widener

Adrienne Widener

Adrienne Widener Materials Science and Engineering Adriennejan25@ufl.edu Neural Interfaces and Drug Delivery [expand title=”Read more”]Adrienne is a fourth-year materials science and engineering student with a specialization in biomaterials and a minor in trumpet music performance. She is currently studying conductive polymers and their effect as a neural interface in the central nervous system. After graduating, […]

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Felicia Sedwick

Felicia Sedwick

Felicia Sedwick Biomedical Engineering [expand title=”Read more”]Felicia Sedwick is a fifth year biomedical engineering student at the University of Florida. She is working on the TEENI project and will be focusing on nerve regeneration through the threads.[/expand]

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Nicolas Kunigk

Nicolas Kunigk

Nicolas Kunigk Biomedical Engineering [expand title=”Read more”]Nicolas Kunigk is a third year biomedical engineering student at the University of Florida with minors in computer science and bioinformatics. He plans on pursuing a PhD and is interested in studying neuroprosthetics.[/expand]

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Annie Gormaley

Annie Gormaley

Annie Gormaley Biomedical Engineering agormaley@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”]Anne is a fourth year biomedical engineering student at the University of Florida. Her work focuses on the evaluation of the foreign body response to neural implants in the peripheral nervous system.[/expand]

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Ray Ward

Ray Ward

Ray Ward Biomedical Engineering wr4yflorida@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”]Ray Ward is a fourth year biomedical engineering student, most interested in the implications of long-term foreign body response on the application of neural implants in modern medicine. He plans on pursuing a PhD and hopes to contribute to the development of novel treatment options for patients with […]

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Lauren Lester

Lauren Lester

Lauren Lester Mechanical Engineering laurenlester@ufl.edu Neural interfaces and drug delivery [expand title=”Read more”]Lauren is a first year mechanical engineering undergrad at the University of Florida with a focus on bio-mechanics. This is Lauren’s first lab setting and is very enthusiastic to get involved with research.[/expand]

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Alexis Brake

Alexis Brake

Alexis Brake Biomedical Engineering / Dance abrake@ufl.edu Neural interfaces and immunohistochemistry [expand title=”Read more”]Alexis is currently in her third year as a biomedical engineering major at the University of Florida. Her current research interests are in investigating the Foreign Body Response in the African Spiny Mouse . After graduating, Alexis looks forward to attending a […]

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