Undergraduate Students

Christian Arthur
Undergraduate Student

chrsthur@bu.edu

BIOGRAPHY
Christian Arthur is an undergraduate student majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering.
He is interested in the field of medical imaging, signal, and data processing. In the lab, he is working on the development of the Homer3 software. In his free time, he enjoys watching football(soccer) and playing video games.


Brian Privett
Undergraduate Student

bpriv@bu.edu

BIOGRAPHY
Brian Privett hails from Charleston, South Carolina, and as a Boston University undergraduate, he’s majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Computer Science and Innovation & Entrepreneurship. In the lab, he is working to combine functional ultrasound with pupillometry. Outside of research and classes, Brian serves as Vice President of the Mind and Brain Society, writes and edits for BUNeuro, and edits for The Nerve Journal. He also enjoys playing basketball and tennis in his free time.


Lesbeth Roque
Undergraduate Student

lsroque@bu.edu

BIOGRAPHY
Lesbeth Roque is an undergraduate student studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Computer Engineering at Boston University. She in interested in exploring research related to medical imaging and tissue engineering. Aside from engineering, she enjoys playing soccer, playing the violin, and going to concerts.


Shashwat Shah
Undergraduate Student

shshah@bu.edu

BIOGRAPHY
Shashwat Shah is an undergraduate student studying Neuroscience at Boston University. In the Lab he is working on studying neurovascular coupling during stroke recovery. He is interested in pursuing medicine after he graduates. Outside of the lab, he is involved with the BU Student Government, where he serves as Vice-Chair of the Senate, and he is Vice-President for the CAS Dean’s Host. In his free time, he likes to cook and swim. 

 


Fetsum Tadesse
Undergraduate Student

ftadesse@bu.edu

BIOGRAPHY
Fetsum Tadesse is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and attends Boston University with a major in Biomedical Engineering. She’s open to learning about the different concentrations biomedical engineering has to offer and is very eager to continue assisting and learning from the graduate students in the lab. She’s also an active member of organizations on campus. She’s the Co-Fundraising chair of BU Naturally, Dance Coordinator of the Ethiopian Eritrean Student Association and an active member of the National Society of Black Engineers.