Hi, my name is Hiba! I am the lead for our Heart Phantom Design Team under BMES (PhantomCor for short). My interests are focused in nanotechnology and biosensors (I have an electrical engineering minor), and my favorite branch of medicine is cardiology! I also work on research focused on designing and testing a post-infarction cardiac biosensor.
Hello, my name is Viraat! I manage PhantomCor’s media and am one of the team’s primary presenters. Besides the Design Team, I am also a member of Model UN, Engineering Ambassadors, and Student Council, and I do research in a cell and tissue engineering lab.
Hi, I am Boeun and I go by Bo. I am the leader of the building subgroup. I am also interested in artificial organ and cancer research. I work as a researcher focusing on polarization of cytokine-induced macrophages.
Hi, my name is Joshua and I am a member of the fabrication team as well as the build team subgroup. I am also part of a cancer scholars program that seeks to push the frontier of cancer research. I work in a computational and cell lab and my project involves developing a high-throughput sequencing technology.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I am a member and subgroup leader within the heart fabrication team. Outside of PhantomCor, product design and research interest me.
Hello! My name is Alexander and I go by Alex. As part of PhantomCor, I serve as a member and subgroup leader within the heart fabrication team, primarily focusing on chamber and valve design. Outside of PhantomCor, I work as a sepsis researcher in the Bashir Lab at Mills Breast Cancer Institute.
Hello, my name is Hugh. Within PhantomCor, I am a member of the heart fabrication team. I primarily work on mechanical testing and valve physiology. Some of my interests include particle physics, with emphasis on tachyons and neutrinos; biophysics; and cellular mechanics.
Hello, my name is Craig and I am a sophomore in BioE working primarily in modeling the relationships between various parameters in the human heart (such as heart rate, blood pressure, etc.) and applying them to our heart phantom to make it a more effective model. Outside of PhantomCor, he's involved in a neuroscience lab researching how the brain processes speech.
Hello! My name is Monika and I am a sophomore in Bioengineering. I am a member of PhantomCor's Heart subgroup helping to expand our model to a four-chambered heart. I am interested in tissue engineering as well as brain and ovarian cancer research, and conduct research focusing on developing new immunotherapies to be used in ovarian cancer treatments in Dr. David Kranz's lab on campus.