Technical Support Engineer II at Beckman Coulter  – Present);

Senior Facility Instrument Support Engineer at Beckman Coulter (July 2012 – February 2014) 

Biomedical Engineer at Soterix Medical (January 2012 – June 2012 ) 

M.S., Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York (2011-2012)

I currently assist with the initiation, design, development and implementation of product improvements and changes at Beckman and Coulter. I previously investigated electrode-gel parameters for durability, skin safety and subjective pain during DC stimulation as well as evaluated different high conductivity stimulation gels to achieve even current density and to facilitate painless DC stimulation.Education
(2011 – 2012) City University of New York City College,  M.S., Biomedical Engineering

(2008 – 2010) Florida International University, B.S., Biomedical Engineering

(2007 – 2007) Miami Dade College , A.A, Engineering Science




(February 2014 – Present) Technical Support Engineer II at Beckman Coulter

(July 2012 – February 2014) Senior Facility Instrument Support Engineer at Beckman Coulter

(January 2012 – June 2012 ) Biomedical Engineer at Soterix Medical

(January 2011 – December 2011) Graduate Research Assistant at The City College of New York

(May 2010 – September 2010) Technical Support Engineer Intern at Beckman Coulter

(October 2009 – April 2010) Biomedical Engineer Intern at MAKO Surgical Corp.

(September 2005 – November  2005) Software Developer at Bolsa de Valores de Colombia



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