Han Nguyen is a Biomedical Engineering and Japanese double major who continuously impresses those around her with her intellectual leadership and creativity. Since her freshman year, she has conducted independent research to seamlessly bridge nanoelectronic sensors with living cells and tissues for applications in prosthesis, biosensing and hybrid information processing. She was a member of the BME department’s inaugural Co-op class and worked at a local startup company to develop new methods for vaccine and drug delivery. Amazingly, she still found time to volunteer across campus, including with a joint program with the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth as well as the Upward Bound Math Science program.
The Prize Scholarship of the Class of 1882 recognizes great potential for intellectual leadership and creativity.