2017 trip

This blog will document our trip in March 2017 to Nhi Dong 1 Women and Children's Hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in collaboration with the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (http://ipsacvietnam.org/).

Lindsay Tryon

I am an undergraduate senior studying bioengineering at UIC. I have worked on the laminar flow hood project since it began and I am very excited to have the opportunity to get feedback from the intended users.

Lindsay's Blog

Krunal Patel

I am a undergraduate sophomore Bioengineering student at UIC. I am interested in combining medical knowledge with technology to solve problems and help people.

Krunal's Blog

Tejas Madhavan

I am an undergraduate senior in Bioengineering at UIC and have been with EWH for 4 years and was part of the 2015 trip. I am very excited to be going back to Vietnam with a designed Laminar Flow Hood in hand. Building devices and coding are my passions and I hope to continue them in my professional career and put them to use to help save and improve the lives of people around the globe.

Tejas's Blog

Beny Romo

I am an undergraduate senior in bioengineering at UIC. I have been a member of EWH for 4 years and I am currently the Vice President of the UIC chapter. I have been part of the Laminar Flow Hood project since it first began and it has been an amazing experience to see how the project has grown and evolved over the past two years.

Beny's Blog

Max McKeough

I am an undergraduate Junior at UIC, pursuing a degree in bioengineering. I've been with EWH for 2 years, and I've been associated with the laminar flow hood for both. I am currently one of the flow hood managers, and I look forward to the fantastic opportunity to continue contributing both to the project and the organization going forward.

Max's Blog