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Me in front of Shepard Hall, CCNY.

My name is Joenard Camarista and I am a third-year biomedical engineering undergrad at The City College of New York and the Macaulay Honors College. My interests lie in consumer biomedical devices, mobile biosensors, and diagnostic medicine. I hope to pursue a masters degree in biomedical engineering and then an MBA.

I am the president and founder of the Engineering World Health at CCNY club. I have previously conducted cardiovascular engineering research in the Wallace H. Coulter Laboratory under Prof. John M. Tarbell. For four semesters, I was a chemistry workshop leader and liaison for general chemistry.

I am currently a volunteer at City Harvest and the Food Bank and a member of the New York Road Runners. I was on the Macaulay Scholars Council and I designed the official Honors College sweatshirt. Buy one here. I founded a chapter of the National English Honors Society and a writing center at my high school, Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, NJ). I am an AXA Community Scholarship recipient.

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Logo of my high school, Don Bosco Prep. Go Ironmen! Top-ranked in the nation in football for consecutive years.

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  3.   Sherin

    Hi, I was recently accepted to Macaulay for BME as well. What kind of research opportunities and internships were available, and how were the classes?

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