Brooke Ferber is a rising senior at Stanford. She majors in Product Design, and she is optimistic to attend medical school in her future. Brooke’s last research project aimed to redesign encasement devices for concussion-sensing mouth-guards being developed by the CamLab. Prior to this work, Brooke has experience in computational, nanotechnology, and biology research. Outside of her research, Brooke is the President of Stanford Society of Women Engineers and a Peer Health Educator in an all sophomore dorm. She enjoys painting, drawing and visiting art museums in her free time.
Pranav Pammidimukkala will be a senior at Irvington High School. Ever since he was child, he has been fascinated with the medical field, and hopes to one day work in this field, ideally as a surgeon. He’s been nurturing this desire by taking part in summer programs focused on cancer research and by teaching biology to underprivileged students. As a student intern at the T.E.C.I Center, he will gaining further exposure to this field. As a Boy Scout, he enjoys the outdoors and loves to go hiking. In his spare time, he plays video games and watches TV.