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Agata Bogdanowicz

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I am thrilled to be part of the Clinical Immersion Program this summer and see first-hand the valuable dynamic between clinical observation and engineering. Having a particular interest in medical devices, I feel that there is no better way to learn about their design and development stages, as well as how they can be improved, than to observe the interactions that healthcare professionals have with them, specifically in the GI/Liver Department. Not only that, but by being a ‘fly on the wall’ and observing clinical operations and workflow, my team will have the opportunity to hopefully improve the efficiency of the overall work environment and therefore the quality of patient care.
I am currently in my final year as an undergraduate student looking to pursue a career in the medical device industry upon graduation. Being interested in the technical aspects of medical instruments and hardware, I have also picked up a minor in Electrical Engineering that I am hoping I can put to good use during this program. During my free time I am heavily involved with Biomedical Engineering Society as its current President and work as a Pharmacy Technician, not to mention enjoy hanging out with friends and family, going to concerts, and spending time exploring Chicago and its many coffee shops.

Year: Senior Undergraduate Bioengineering Student

Area of Research: Medical Devices & Bioinstrumentation

Department: Gastroenterology & Hepatology

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