Ariel is an undergraduate student at the University of Delaware studying Biomedical Engineering.
She is passionate about improving people’s lives through technology. Ariel has previously participated in research in understanding nanoparticle uptake in glioblastoma cancer cells. She currently is involved in a lab that focuses on optimizing Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) which is used to quantitatively assess the mechanical properties of tissue. She also is a part of Ambassadors of Biomedical Engineering, a student group which promotes the department to prospective students and families.
Ariel is also involved with Horn Entrepreneurship. She is a Delaware Innovation Fellow as well as a Horn Ambassador. As a part of the coursework for her minor, Ariel had the opportunity to study abroad in Barcelona, Spain and assist in the development of a marketing strategy for a medical device startup.
Additionally, Ariel is a Munson Fellow, a peer mentor for first year students in the Honors Program. In her free time, Ariel enjoys practicing figure skating and traveling.