Erik Reinertsen (2011) is a founding organizer for Medicine 2.0 at Emory University

Erik played an instrumental role in establishing Medicine 2.0. The conference is Emory University’s first multidisciplinary conference on medical technology innovation. Engineering students from Georgia Tech brainstormed, networked, and envisioned the future of medicine with clinical faculty, fellows, residents, and medical students from Emory University. Over 100 attendees from two institutions and seven departments participated. Our team organized event logistics, invited speakers, and gathered participant feedback.

Jonathan Diep (2011) named Stanford Graduate Fellows in Science and Engineering

Jonathan was awarded the Stanford Graduate Fellows in Science and Engineering in 2013. He also earned the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and was awarded a Barry Goldwater Scholarship (2012). Jonathan is pursuing a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University.

David Wang (2010) was awarded the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship for 20

The prestigious Phi Kappa Phi graduate fellowship is awarded to only 57 students nationwide. David Wang is pursuing a Ph.D. through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program.