Have you ever been driving through Baltimore and seen a child on a bike pass you by with no helmet? Maybe you wonder why there isn’t anyone doing something about the safety education of youth in this city. Do you ever see a homeless person on the street and wish you could help get them […]
About Meg Chow & Alina Predescu
Alina Predescu is full-time technologist, a part-time MBA student in healthcare management, and a volunteer with Medical and Educational Perspectives (MEP) and a Greyhound Welfare Rescue. Margaret (Meg) Chow is a Ph.D. student in the Vestibular NeuroEngineering Lab, studying stimulation of the vestibular system using neural prostheses. She also volunteers with MEP, the Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Council, the Thread mentoring program and the Graduate Women's Empowerment Network (GWEN).