Texas A&M University, Biomedical Engineering
Haley Clark graduated with university honors from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of science in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in genetics. During her undergraduate career, Clark participated in multiple research projects exploring different biomolecules’ relationships in infectious disease pathogenesis at University of California San Diego’s Skaggs School of Pharmacy, and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Texas A&M University. Clark was actively involved in many student organizations, including Tau Beta Pi engineering honors society, Engineering Incubator, Soccer Intramurals, and Alpha Chi Omega, where she served as the VP of intellectual development. In her spare time, she advocated for women’s health and volunteered at a local domestic violence shelter.
Clark’s interest in innovation led her to pursue innovative engineering projects on Covid-19, non-invasive ischemia monitoring, and bettering feminine hygiene products. She went on to become an NIH innovation-corps fellow and has been awarded as a finalist in Aggie Pitch, New York Academy of Science’s “Tracking Coronavirus” challenge, and Texas A&M’s Aggies Invent Against COVID-19. Haley’s work has been publicized through various Texas A&M channels, featured on KBTX, and published in Advanced Sensor Research.
At EnMed, Clark hopes to develop the skills and knowledge needed to aid her future patients directly while simultaneously learning how to apply her innovative background to help improve broader clinical outcomes. Additionally, she plans to spend much of her free time hanging out with her cat and enjoying her favorite video games.