Undergraduate Students

The Center for Global Women's Health Technologies' undergraduate students gain a variety of experiences with GWHT including conducting intensive research, actively engaging in the Center's human centered design process, and becoming leaders in STEM and health empowerment programs. Learn more about undergraduate opportunities.

Advaitha Anne
Biomedical & Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering with I&E
Jordyn Blake
Neuroscience, Minor in Psychology
Karine Bueno
Biology & Global Health,
Certificate in Latino Studies in the Global South
Amelia Goldstein
Nikki Mahendru
Economics, Minor in Global Health & Chemistry
Kezia Matson
History & Global Health
Rachel Mundaden
Biology & Global Health
Evelyn Putri
Biomedical & Electrical Engineering
Megan Richards
Biomedical & Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bianca Saptura
Computer Science
Benjamin Simon
Biomedical Engineering, Minor in Global Health
Sanika Gupte
Biomedical Engineering & Electrical/Computer Engineering
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Gross Hall

140 Science Dr.

Durham, NC 27708

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