Tamera Scholz

Tamera Scholz graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University with a BS in Mathematics. Tamera did undergraduate research at Florida State. In the Mathematics department, Tamera helped develop a new method of computer vision, or teaching computers to "see." She researched the retinal development of embryonic zebrafish in the Biology department at Florida State, and compared different transgenic mutants. Tamera is currently working towards her Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She works in Dr. David Ku's lab, where she designs medical devices. At Georgia Tech, Tamera is working on two projects: a novel specimen collection device for diagnosing pneumonia, and a new drug delivery device.