Dr. Saman Sargolzaei received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Florida International University. His doctoral dissertation, in collaboration with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and Baptist Hospital, was focused on the role of brain networks in the diagnosis and evaluation of neurological disorders. Upon completion of his professional training at GaTech and UCLA, He is currently an Engineering faculty at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
I am a sophomore at UT Martin majoring in Chemistry, with a focus in Chemical Sciences, and minoring in Biology. I am also a member of the University Scholars program, through which I participate in educational and community outreach programs such as Martin Enrichment Academy and Habitat for Humanity. My goal is to one day have a job in the medical field as a diagnostic radiologist and to continue medical research in some sort of capacity.
I am currently a freshman at UTM majoring in electrical engineering, cell and molecular biology, and ACS biochemistry. I am interested in all medical research, but my primary interests are age related cognitive decline and brain damage. I also enjoy educational outreach which I do with my collection of pet snakes. My goal is to become a physician scientist (MD/PhD) and have a career in both research and clinical practice.
Tiffany is an undergraduate student majoring in computer science at UTM. While in high school, she was an active member of many clubs, such as the coding club, where she made various websites and pursued other digital projects. Her goal is to pursue a career in the field of robotics with her future degree.