Splash Biography

BRYAN WONG, Bioengineer undergrad aiming for a worldly impact.

Major: Bioengineering

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Hi! I'm a bioengineer at UC Berkeley with an interest in synthetic biology and computational modeling. With my passion for teaching and community, I've organized service events to bring winter supplies for the migrant workers of Central California, assembled 3D-printed prosthetics for local hospitals, and am an avid member of the Survivorship Committee at Cal Against Cancer. I also take interest in virtual reality, coaching Policy debate, boba, and Super Smash Bros.

Past Classes

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E475: Intro to Bioengineering in Splash Spring 19 (Mar. 16, 2019)
Bioengineering is a multidisciplinary field. In this course, we will discuss the different aspects of bioengineering and their applications to other fields. We will also be doing activities that will be related to the different concentrations available here at UC Berkeley. No prerequisites are required. We would just like you to have an open mind and an interest in bioengineering.

O577: Introduction to Anthropology: The Study of Humanity in Splash Spring 19 (Mar. 16, 2019)
Want to research human evolution, find artifacts, trace the DNA in human bones, or perform cross-cultural analyses? These are all things anthropologists do! Anthropology is the interdisciplinary study of humans across dozens of different fields. In this course, we will discuss anthropology in its three major subfields: socio-cultural, archaeology, and biological anthropology. Through this, we will look at what anthropologists do and what jobs they have after graduation. Additionally, we will analyze the practices of anthropology through history and learn how cultural groups have been affected by anthropology in the past, and how modern anthropologists are revolutionizing the field in the future.

S390: The Basics of Research in Splash Fall 18 (Nov. 04, 2018)
A crash course in research: the basics of reading papers, conducting literature reviews, and designing experiments. The course will focus on psychology and neuroscience, but the lessons can be broadly applied to many research fields.