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I am a new member of OpenWetWare!

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Danielle R. Kalajian (an artistic interpretation)

I learned about OpenWetWare from Purdue NSF Quantitative Physiology Scholarship Class, and I've joined because I'm a Purdue NSF Quantitative Physiology Scholar, and need to edit our page on OpenWetWare.


I am currently a student in my third at Purdue University. My expected time of graduation is Spring 2011, Majoring in Industrial Management, Minor in Industrial Engineering, and two certificates, one in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, and the second in Biomedship.

I spent my first year at Purdue in the mandatory “First-Year Engineering” Program. I then was accepted as one of about 70 students into the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. Although I enjoyed BME, I felt that I have always been a favorite of the entrepreneurial side of life. My current career goals are to open Biomedical Engineering companies world-wide.

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