BDPA New York chapter legend Denise Hamilton recently shared an update on the academic accomplishments of this young squire. Alan graduated from the University of Rochester with a bachelor of science in Biomedical Engineering in May 2014. BDPA supported Alan's educational pursuits by providing him with at least two scholarships - Dr. Jesse Bemley Scholarship and Oracle Scholarship. Alan appreciates BDPA for the scholarship awards. Alan credits his participation in the BDPA HSCC program for sparking the idea to pursue a career in the biomedical engineering industry.
Alan was an active member of the University of Rochester campus. He served in a number of leadership roles with the campus chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers up to and including its presidency in 2013-2014. Alan also worked in the biochemistry research laboratory at the University of Rochester Medical Center under the guidance of Dr. Mark E. Dumont.
Alan’s short term goal is to volunteer at various research labs to determine whether he wants to work in cell and tissue engineering, biochemistry, molecular, genetics, or cancer-focused research. He plans to purse a PhD in either biochemistry or biomedical engineering.
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