Hometown – Douala, Cameroon / Dallas, TX
I started my university studies as a biomedical engineer because I decided that I wanted to be at the interface between engineering and medical practice early in my academic career. I became really interested in robotics while doing some postgraduate research in orthopedic rehabilitation. It led me to pursue graduate studies in neural engineering and rehabilitation. I am now excited to apply my background towards research that aims to improve performance in physical human-robot interaction here at Georgia Tech.
- Texas A&M University, BS in Biomedical Engineering, 01/2007 – 5/2009
- Northwestern University, MS in Biomedical Engineering, 09/2011 – 06/2012
- Medline Industries, Quality Engineering Tech, 09/2010 – 09/2011
- I.O.R.E., Research Assistant, 12/2009 – 6/2010
- Project C.U.R.E., Biomed Tech, 11/2009 – 5/2010