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In this episode, Dr. Malkin and Shellee discuss:

– Is academic reasearch something you should consider?
– Reasons to explore research projects
– Dr. Malkin offers a program to help students begin their academic research- “‘let’s figure out a scientific question you would like to pursue”

Abour Dr. Robert Malkin:

Dr. Robert Malkin is a Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering and Global Health, Emeritus at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He is also the Academic Director of the International Research Institute of North Carolina. Dr. Malkin received his MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from Duke University in 1993. Prior to attending graduate school, Dr. Malkin taught English in Thailand, worked at EM Microelectronics in Switzerland designing integrated circuits, worked for Cordis Corporation designing pacemakers and worked for Sarns Incorporated designing heart lung machines. Dr. Malkin served as an expert advisor to the World Health Organization’s Advisory Group on Healthcare Technology, Advisory Group on Innovative Technologies and on the World Health Organization’s subcommittee on medical equipment donations. Dr Malkin received the BS degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Michigan in 1984. Currently, he serves as the Founder and Academic Director of IRI-NC wherein they provide STEM remote research opportunities to students around the world with the goal of empowering young minds that can potentially advance human knowledge.

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