Check out our latest publication in Blood as part of the 62nd ASH annual conference.
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Dance Marathon Involvement: Executive Director (2016-2017), Morale Captain (2015-2016), Morale Leader (2014-2015), PR Committee Member (2013-2014). In the four years I was involved with For The Kids at Georgia Tech, I personally fundraised over $10,530 for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
BME HealthReach Undergraduate Lead & Teaching Assistant: Biomedical Engineering program that teaches STEM topics to patients at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta using their disease & treatment as a springboard for learning. Coordinate program, PBL-style class, and volunteers.
Georgia Tech: Student Ambassador, Admissions Tour Guide, FASET (Freshman Orientation) Leader, Wreck Camp (Extended Orientation Program) Counselor
Phi Mu Fraternity: Philanthropy Chair (Exec Board position – CMN/CHOA liaison), Ritual Chair.
Georgia Tech Collegiate Panhellenic Council: Pi Chi (recruitment counselor)
Awards/Recognition: Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineer Award for Outstanding Community Service
Post-Graduation Plans: Working at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Strategy Department in a project management role.
Dr. Hardy presented the team’s work at the Meaningful Play conference earlier this month in East Lansing, MI. The paper was awarded 1 of 3 top paper awards.
Presentation slides can be found here – Meaningful play_Hardy.
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In the Fall 2016, BME HealthReach received funding from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta 1998 Society.