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Student interns and research fellows (FY 2017)

By |2018-10-26T13:18:45-04:00June 23rd, 2017|

Every year, Delsys seeks to recruit sharp young minds for our summer internship and graduate student fellowship programs. These programs provide students with invaluable exposure to the fields of research and development in an effort to stimulate their excitement and curiosity for the growing field of electromyography.

Time and again, our interns and fellows provide our research and development teams with strong and unwavering support, which in turn allows the company to broaden our horizons and expand our reach into new territories. We greatly appreciate the hard work and commitment that these students make, as they always put their best foot forward during their time with the company.

Student Interns and Fellows for 2017:

Talia Mittelman

Talia Mittelman

Research Intern
Assists the Delsys research team with signal processing of EMG and IMU data as well as analysis of movement disorders in individuals with Parkinson’s disease.

Current University
Boston University
Biomedical Engineering
Anticipated: May 2018

Completed Degree
University of Maryland
2013

Timothy O’Connor

Timothy O’Connor

Hardware Engineering Intern
Assisting the hardware development team in modernizing testing and validation equipment.

Current University
University of Rhode Island
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Anticipated: 2018

Sarthak Jagetia

Sarthak Jagetia

Software Engineering Intern
Assisting Software Engineering team in developing an Android app with a special feature of Signal Quality Check.

Current University
Boston University
Master of Science in Computer Engineering
Anticipated: Spring 2017

Completed Degree
Mumbai University
Bachelors in Electronics and Telecommunications
2016

Anthony Messina

Anthony Messina

Hardware Engineering Intern
Assist/Support with development of next generation EMG products.

Current University
University of Rhode Island
MS in Electrical Engineering
Anticipated: May 2018

Completed Degree
University of Rhode Island
BS in Biomedical Engineering
2017

Anand Parwal

Anand Parwal

R&D Engineering Intern
Assisting research team in the development of algorithms to detect Parkinson’s Disease on the basis of motor symptoms.

Current University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Master of Science in Robotics
Anticipated May 2018

Completed Degree
Birla Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Engineering
2016

Alessio Puleo

Alessio Puleo

Doctoral Student
Developing tools for investigating motor unit firing behavior and muscle force.

Current University
Polytechnic University of Turin
PhD in Bioengineering and Medical – Surgical Sciences
Anticipated: Fall 2018

Completed Degree
Polytechnic University of Turin
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
2014

Polytechnic University of Turin
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
June 2012

Michael Twardowski

Michael Twardowski

Research Assistant
Investigating motor unit control during dynamic movements of the human hand

Current Program
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Robotics Engineering
Anticipated: May 2021

Completed Degrees
University of Rhode Island
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
2016

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