Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Presswood_Kayla_Resume
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Seeking internship for the summer of 2016 in the field of biomedical engineering or tissue engineering with research
opportunities using laboratory, organizational, and communicational skills
University of Connecticut Storrs, CT
Bachelors of Science in Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Minor: Material Science Engineering
Relevant Courses: Junior Design, Human Physiology and Anatomy, Biomechanics, LabVIEW Basics for Engineers,
Materials Science & Engineering I & II, Biomaterials, Sensory Neuroscience Lab, Biomedical Eng. Measurements.
Computer: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint
Programs: Solid Works, Pasco Capstone,NetForce, Arduino, Matlab, LabView, ABAQUS, BioAnalysis, EMG
Lab: Gel electrophoresis, PCR, Centrifuge, Sonication
University of Connecticut Material Science Lab Storrs, CT
Undergraduate Research September 2015- Present
Synthesizing of different forms of hydroxyapatite and PCL in order to test various properties of materials
with varying compositions.
Using the centrifuge to spin down the hydroxyapatite in order to separate out the solvent.
Aiding in various test to determine the mechanical properties of the hydroxyapatite/ PCL compound.
Liberating Technologies Holliston, MA
Test Subject July 2015
Participated in various activities and tests with the muscles of the lower arm while the hand and arm were
locked in a fixed position done in order to observe how the various muscle of the lower arm work together
in order to further the development of myoelectric prosthesis.
Observed the LabView code that was being used and asked questions about howand why various parts of
the test were being done in order to gain further knowledge of the program.
Engineering Design Projects University of Connecticut
Junior Design: Design Project September 2015- December 2015
Worked with a team of four people to develop a device to help manage the symptoms of a patient with
rheumatoid arthritis while still maintaining the hand dexterity for holding small objects.
Built a brace splint in SolidWorks that was used to keep the patients hand in place.
Built and tested a prototype of the designed brace for a rheumatoid arthritis patients in order to see how
well the brace managed the patient’s symptoms and improved his/hereveryday life.
Gave an oral presentation on the final design to the class and the client as well as wrote a formal report on
the design process and final design.
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity Spring 2014- Present
Scholarship Chair November 2014- November 2015
Collaborated with various organizations on campus including the Center for Career Development in order
to get a presentation presented forthe brothers on interviews and job searching.
Vice President November 2015- Present
Overseeing and meeting with all the chairs and their committees to ensure they are planning events for the
Aiding chairs in planning events for the brothers by making sure they have rooms booked for the events
and ensuring that the events are planned in a timely fashion.
Meeting with the executive board weekly to discuss issues in the brotherhood and changes that need to be
made as well as implementing those changes.