Kamini Balaji, M.S.E. ’11 & Allison Tse, B.S. ’13, M.S.E. ’14 Connect via Hansen Medical

February 20, 2015

Hansen Medical, a medical robotics company that specializes in clinical applications in electrophysiology and peripheral vascular disease, has given us a chance to celebrate two talented engineers from Johns Hopkins Mechanical Engineering.

Kamini Balaji, MSE ’11 is a Controls Engineer involved in programming Hansen’s intravascular surgical robot. Barely after the ink was dry on her undergraduate diploma, Allison Tse, BS ’13, MSE ’14 began work for Kamini as a Controls Engineering Intern.

Kamini served as Teaching Assistant for the MechE Freshman Lab when Allison was in the class. When she found out through the Hopkins Alumni JH Connect network Kamini worked at Hansen, they reconnected and Allison was hired!

Here are Kamini and Allison with the surgical robot.


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