ICRU student Eric Mou conducting research in Dr. Mary Horne’s laboratory
Undergraduate presents on research experience to alumni, legislators, and other friends of the University before Michigan State football game.
David Ellis is a senior biomedical engineering student at The University of Iowa. David is from Boone, IA where he was homeschooled. He graduated with an Associate of Arts degree from Des Moines Area Community College in 2008, at age 18. David enrolled at The University of Iowa in June of 2008. His first course at The University of Iowa was a study abroad program in the Dominican Republic where he researched the public’s perception on the importance of drinking purified water. In March of 2009, David began working on various research projects for the Clinical Research Core in at The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He switched jobs and began working for the Emergency Medicine Department in October of 2010 where he is currently researching the occurrence of injuries caused by ATVs in Iowa. In the summer of 2011 David participated in the SMART program at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. There he spent two months developing a computer program that allowed neuroscience researchers to compare data from neuron firings in the brain. David will graduate in May of 2012 and is currently applying to medical school.