Kojo

Denton, TX, USA

I am a Biomedical Engineering Senior with a minor in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering at the University of North Texas. I have 2.5 years of hands-on experience in the lab environment, and the ability to troubleshoot and solve problems in a timely and accurate manner.

My first-year project at UNT was building a working thermometer using simple circuits, calibrating the device with Multisim software, and conduct functional testing to assure correct results. The following summer, I was tasked to build and analyze an ECG using BioPac Software and integrate an EMG signal using the Arduino platform to analyze biomedical signals on an oscilloscope. This project was my first exposure to a mixture of human biology and electronic equipment to analyze signals. Currently I’m doing independent research at UNT, We’re a mix group of Engineers and Biologist. We’re currently working on modifications to acoustic shields which provide better efficiency and protection to musicians. These projects have solidified my passion for biomedical related fields from physiological signals to complications in music performance.

Because of my experience, I understand the importance of time management and open communication. While it may be easy to focus on the technical side of work, I’ve found that being able to express concerns, roadblocks, and alternative solutions to colleagues of varying technical backgrounds has been invaluable in my professional development.

I'm here to learn and enhance my programming skills to get a career in Bioinformatics.

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