Fellow:Eduardo De Leon
Eduardo De Leon is currently a Biomedical Engineering undergraduate student, specializing in biomechanics, at Marquette University.
As a young age, Eduardo has always been fascinated about how seemingly incompatible components can interact to form a harmonious device. His interest in mathematics has allowed him to appreciate the complexity in the world while realizing that numbers, whether real or imaginary, influence us in profound ways.
He currently works as a research assistant in the Human Performance Lab (HPL) at Marquette, investigating factors that contribute to a limited gait mobility in patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
In his free time, Eduardo enjoys listening to music, playing video games, and hanging out with friends.