Jesse Fine

  • Hewlett, New York


Student seeking employment or internship to further my knowledge of Biomedical Engineering, Engineering Practices, and Research practices in the workplace. (Open to relocation)


Aug 2014 - May 2018

B.S.- Biomedical Engineering

The Ohio State University


Work History
Feb 2015 - Present

Engineering Council Representative

Biomedical Engineering Society at The Ohio State University
  • Attended bimonthly meetings on the state of school engineering organizations
  • Prepared presentations to secure funding
  • assumed regular officer responsibilities
Jul 2012 - Aug 2014

Pet-Care Specialist

Parrots of the World

Educated clientele about the proper care for hundreds of species of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals; including exotic rodents, fish, and small mammals

Publications & Honors

  • Untitled Publication (Finished work in April 2015)
    • Learned new software (Tekscan) to analyze pressure distribution in a gait and stance setting after a left frontal amputation in sheep with a percutaneous,  skeletally anchored endoprosthesis with an attached prosthetic foot.
  • An Analysis of the Speculated Correlation between the Sterilization of Canines and the Development of Malignancies Later in Life (December, 2013)
    • Intel STS Entrant
    • Museum of Natural History Young Naturalist Award Semi-Finalist
    • New York State Science and Engineering Fair Entrant
    • Junior Science and Humanities Symposia Semi-Finalist
  • Muscle-CT (Multiple Sclerosis Corrective Therapy) (October, 2011)
    • Toshiba Exploravision Honorable Mention


Completed- Fundamentals of Engineering, Calculus I, General Chemistry I, Introduction to Engineering- Nanotechnology, Calculus II for Engineers, General Chemistry II


  • Completed a functional program to operate a locomotive track, fully functional with stop warnings, servo-controlled gate, and speed control dictated by area population. Received an A and extra credit
  • Created, designed, and operated an acrylic chip with a polydimethylsiloxane top that utilized a Detection Alignment Device to quantify the concentration of fluorescein within a sample through an ADC converter that can be used in the diagnosis of the severity of Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca. Received an A