Yitaek is a senior pursuing a dual degree in Biomedical and Electrical/Computer Engineering at Duke University. He is interested in using 3D printing to design medical equipment for the developing world. Yitaek also works with Engineering World Health and DukeMakers on campus. In his off time, he enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and playing basketball.
Evan graduated from Washington University in 2014 and is currently pursuing an MD at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He has a strong interest in medical innovation and social entrepreneurship, as well as in global health. Evan has been involved in research on management practices of corporate social responsibility and has worked with Engineers Without Borders to develop an infant respiratory rate monitor for use in developing countries.
Nathan holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, magna cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis, and is currently pursuing an MD at Duke University School of Medicine. As an undergraduate, he worked on several engineering projects in addition to designing and building devices for Dr. Igor Efimov's cardiovascular engineering research lab. During his summers, he worked as a chemist at Affinergy, LLC, synthesizing and characterizing novel peptides for medical device applications. Nathan spent his formative years in Raleigh, North Carolina after living in New Jersey and France. His hobbies include backpacking, cooking, and fishing.
Nick is a sophomore at Duke University studying Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Entrepreneurship. He is heavily involved in Duke's entrepreneurial scene, competes on Duke's Debate team, and enjoys reading and spending time outdoors.
Tosin is a junior Mechanical Engineering student at Duke University. He has a great interest in learning about the developing world and working on projects that will have an impact in these areas; at some point, he hopes to move back and work in Nigeria. He is also interested in robotics and is currently a Pratt Research Fellow working in the lab of Dr. Michael Zavlanos. His hobbies include drawing and playing sports.
Anurag is a junior at Duke University, pursuing a double major in Biomedical and Electrical/Computer Engineering. He is always eager to turn novel ideas into tangible solutions that improve lives, especially in the developing world. Through his ventures in Engineering World Health and DukeMakers, he is able to pursue these interests with others who share similar passions. During his spare time, he enjoys hiking in the rugged and pristine wilderness.
Andrew is a junior from Park City, Utah, studying Biomedical Engineering at Duke University. He is passionate about the design of medical devices and hopes to use engineering to improve the lives of others. Andrew is a magician and an aspiring filmmaker, and he also loves to ski, golf, and camp out for the Duke-UNC basketball game.
Vinay is a junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Philosophy. His interests lie in the innovation of the medical device sector and in harnessing that creativity to make a difference in people's lives. He is an international student who went to high school in Shanghai and is extremely passionate about the sport of basketball.
Chris is a junior at Duke University studying Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering. He enjoys using computer-animated design to bring novel concepts to reality and utilizing design principles to help enhance the quality-of-life of others. Chris is also a member of the Duke University Marching and Pep Band as part of the Drumline. Chris enjoys all sports, particularly baseball, football, and basketball, and in his free time enjoys exercising, a good game of pick-up basketball , and watching movies.
Trey Bagley III
Trey is studying Computer Science at Duke University, and is a founding member of DukeMakers, the campus 3D printing organization. He enjoys applying 3D design to practical, real-world questions. He lives in Houston, TX, and enjoys running, stargazing, and reading.
Ningrui is a junior from Massachusetts studying Biomedical and Electrical Engineering at Duke University. He is interested in learning more about designing medical devices, as well as medical imaging. In his free time, he enjoys watching movies, reading fantasy novels, and playing tennis.
Sharon is a junior from Beaverton, Oregon, studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biology. She hopes to one day work with medical technology in a way that combines her interest in engineering with her desire to help and serve others. Her hobbies include playing volleyball and tennis, exploring the Pacific Northwest, and watching movies with her Golden Retriever.