Meet the Team!
Monet is from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. She completed her undergraduate degree in computer engineering at Queen’s University and has experience in embedded systems and artificial intelligence. Monet is passionate about aligning technical innovation with public health strategies to benefit underserved populations. She is a classically trained singer and has toured around the world with choir!
Sophia is from Miami, Florida. She completed her undergraduate degree in biotechnology at Brown University. She is doing her CBID year between her third and fourth year of medical school at Johns Hopkins. Sophia strives to become a physician who can think outside the box to better benefit her patients. She is an excellent salsa dancer and a fabulous cook!
Ebenezer is from Ghana and completed his undergraduate degree in math and computer science at Fisk University. He has experience in app development, software engineering, and machine learning. He aims to be at the intersection of medicine, technology, and business. He loves outdoor activities including hiking and biking!
Karina is originally from Virginia and completed her undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Virginia. She has experience in CAD, 3D printing, and VR. She is excited to be exposed to different global medical systems. Karina speaks Polish!
Kiley is from Portland, Oregon and completed her undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Portland. She has experience in prosthetics and biomechanical systems. Kiley is passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship. She loves being active and collects pins from every single place she visits!
Zach is from Virginia. He completed his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins. He has experience in neural interface technologies, wet lab, and electronic assembly.
About the Program
The David E. Swirnow Master of Science in Bioengineering Innovation and Design is a rigorous real-world medical innovation and biodesign program, aimed at training the next generation of global medical innovators. From Asia to Africa to the United States, CBID engineers are on the front lines, creating technologies that make patients’ lives better.