Ms Biomedical Engineering Sop

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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

I hail from a family of doctors. From my early childhood, my frequent visits to the hospital (run by my grandfather) have had an impact on me .As a ten year old boy, I once walked into the X-ray room and was thoroughly fascinated by the machines, which were huge, when compared to my tiny self. Since then my fascination and interest in medical equipments and instruments have been growing day by day. I have always believed that every moment in life is a learning experience & I’m proud to say my learning experience till date has been with good educators. Mathematics has always been my forte & science has been my fascination. I have always tried to perform & out-perform in these subjects. (I obtained 88% in math and 85% in science in my X grade public exam). I chose science group for my high school education & scored an overall aggregate of 85% standing within top 10% of my school. With these high grades I was able to choose the Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering for my under graduate course in Velammal Engineering college, affiliated to the prestigious Anna University.

Today, having completed my under-graduation in Electronics and Instrumentation engineering with bio-medical as my elective, I find its unique mix of Engineering, Medicine and Life Sciences very exciting. There is a tremendous potential for research and an increasing number of applications in today's world of medicine and technology. Therefore, I aspire to get into the bio-medical field and contribute my mite in applications that can directly influence people's quality of life. Having completed my UG, the next logical step for me would be to pursue my graduate studies in a reputed university at USA.

I am particularly interested in bioinstrumentation and medical imaging. My research interest lie primarily in the areas of detectors and smart biosensors. My parallel areas of interest are Biomedical...
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