University of Florida, Biomedical Engineering
Rohan Gupta is from Tampa, FL, and holds a bachelor of science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Florida. During his undergraduate career, Gupta studied mobility decline in older adults and led a student organization that designed technologies to address clinical needs at UF Health Shands Hospital. Additionally, he completed a Quality Engineering internship at Medtronic, where he focused on systems for risk identification and reduction.
Following his graduation, Gupta pursued a post baccalaureate IRTA Fellowship at the NEI/NIH in Dr. Kapil Bharti’s laboratory. There, he evaluated porcine models and stem cell-derived therapies for degenerative retinal diseases through computational techniques such as machine learning.
Inspired by these transformative experiences, Gupta is pursuing an education at EnMed where he can integrate his passions for clinical care and innovation. After his education and training, he envisions a future in academic medicine, where he hopes to contribute to advancements in his field.
In his free time, Gupta enjoys photography, hiking, scuba diving, volunteering, and playing sports with his friends and family.