Georgia Institute of Technology, Biomedical Engineering
Caroline Miller grew up in Rochester, NY, and graduated summa cum laude with her bachelor of science in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Throughout her undergraduate career, Miller engaged in numerous engineering team projects including a fetal heart monitor for low-resource settings, an innovative baseplate for patient-specific shoulder replacements, and a motor assessment tool for traumatic brain injury rodent models. With a passion for mentorship, Miller also maintained active roles as a mentor for pre-health students, TA for a personal discovery and storytelling course, and leader of the club gymnastics team.
At EnMed, Miller serves as an Event Coordinator for the student organization Health Innovations, and enjoys serving the Houston community through a variety of health-related volunteering opportunities.
Miller continues her lifelong involvement in gymnastics and maintains several other interests outside of medicine and engineering, including baking, hiking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.