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Sebastian Huayamares

Lima, Peru, Chemical Engineering (Biomedical Concentration) and Mathematics, Minor in Business
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Sebastian Huayamares is a senior from Lima, Peru studying Chemical Engineering with a biomedical concentration and Mathematics, with a business minor. He is an undergraduate research assistant in the Biomaterials lab of Dr. Arghya Paul, working on the application of hydrogels as scaffolds to differentiate stem cells for bone regeneration. He has been an undergraduate teaching assistant and a mathematics tutor, as well as an orientation leader for international students. He was part of the University Scholars class of 2016, and is currently an Engineering Ambassador and Research Ambassador. He enjoys playing the violin and has performed in some of the student concerts organized by the School of Music.

Ask me about: Research in biomedical engineering and mathematics, and the study abroad experience


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