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Noah Gasper

Noah Gasper

Biomedical Engineering Student at Georgia Tech
Milwaukee, City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee


About Noah Gasper:

I am a dedicated and driven biomedical engineering student at Georgia Tech, fueled by a profound passion for the intersection of medicine and technology. My academic journey has been guided by a fervent desire to contribute to the advancement of healthcare through innovative research and cutting-edge solutions.

What truly sets me apart is my unwavering commitment to research and a relentless pursuit of excellence. I have actively engaged in research projects that explore novel approaches to address critical healthcare issues, demonstrating my ability to think critically, solve problems creatively, and collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary teams.

My vision for the future of healthcare is one that leverages technology to enhance patient outcomes, streamline processes, and improve the overall quality of care. I am dedicated to harnessing my skills and knowledge to drive innovation, develop life-changing medical solutions, and contribute to a healthier, more sustainable future.

As I continue my academic journey at Georgia Tech and beyond, I am excited to embrace the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, always driven by my passion to make a meaningful impact in the world of biomedical engineering and healthcare.


As a dedicated and driven college student, I have had the privilege of gaining valuable hands-on experience in both biomedical research and engineering. These experiences have allowed me to apply classroom knowledge to real-world settings and have significantly shaped my academic and career aspirations.

Optogenetic Research at VA Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI:

During my time at the VA Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I had the honor of working as a research assistant in an optogenetics laboratory. In this role, I actively participated in groundbreaking research involving rodent and swine subjects. My responsibilities included:

  • Observing and assisting in the implementation of optogenetic testing procedures on rodent and swine subjects.
  • Collecting and analyzing data to contribute to ongoing research projects.
  • Collaborating closely with a multidisciplinary team of researchers, including scientists, veterinarians, and clinicians.
  • Ensuring the ethical and humane treatment of research subjects in accordance with institutional protocols.

This experience not only deepened my understanding of the principles of optogenetics but also ignited my passion for translational research and its potential to advance medical science.

Engineering Internship at J.W. Speaker:

In addition to my research involvement, I also undertook an engineering internship at J.W. Speaker, a renowned manufacturer of industrial-grade headlights for luxury sports vehicles. During my internship, I played a pivotal role in facilitating the production process, ensuring the quality and reliability of these critical components. My contributions included:

  • Collaborating with cross-functional teams to streamline production workflows and enhance efficiency.
  • Conducting quality control assessments, root cause analyses, and process improvement initiatives.
  • Gaining exposure to cutting-edge manufacturing technologies and quality assurance protocols.
  • Adhering to stringent industry standards and regulatory requirements to deliver top-tier products.

My time at J.W. Speaker not only enriched my engineering skill set but also provided me with valuable insights into the automotive industry and its pursuit of innovation and excellence.

These combined experiences as a college student have been instrumental in shaping my career trajectory, instilling in me a strong commitment to research, innovation, and the pursuit of excellence in the fields of biomedical engineering and manufacturing.


As a dedicated biomedical engineering student at Georgia Tech, I have accumulated 55 credit hours of rigorous coursework that have provided me with a strong foundation in both engineering principles, humanities, and sciences. My academic journey has been marked by a commitment to excellence and a passion for exploring the frontiers of healthcare technology.

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