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"Professor Rios teaches us real problems that exist every day in hospitals. But his work does not stop there. He has taken the to the class engineers from a company as accredited as General Electric to tell us about their professional experiences. No other professor has done this for us. One of its great virtues is that he not only teaches you a single aspect of biomedical engineering, but he covers all areas of the profession. He is a great counselor, a professor and a permanent source of inspiration whose advice is always key to our training because it is able to unite theory with practice.
I participated in the first line of fire, in the military "Operation Iraqi Freedom" and also in the "Operation Enduring Freedom" in Afghanistan, where I was infected with a virus that was about to cost me my life. This is why I wanted to become a biomedical engineer to help others."
Rachel Nelson. Computer Engineer of the US Navy, graduated in August 2016 with a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Technology from DeVry University. Currently working as a biomedical engineer at the VA Hospital in Miami.
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Jacky D. Casimir. Former NCO United States Marine Corps. Graduated as a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Technology from DeVry University.
"... I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am of having you as my former professor. However, to me YOU ARE MY PROFESSOR FOR LIFE! You not only taught the school material at hand, but you also taught me about REAL life. I remember one time, because of my TYPE 2 diabetes, I was feeling discouraged and wanted to quit, but you told me that I’m bigger than any sickness in my life, and now, I no longer have type 2, and I sincerely thank you for that.
Aside from that, I’m writing this letter because Cleveland clinic hired another biomedical engineer as a specialist in autoclaves and he’s also your former student from another school called Brown Mackie College Miami. He is Mitchel Hernandez. Lol, Mitchel, Wilfrid and myself, the tree of us are working for the same company, at the same facility, at the same time!
That proves what you have done with us have worked, because the students that followed your instructions are now working in the field. I remember when you gave me so much material that overwhelmed me in school and you and I was having problems with each other. But now that I’m at Cleveland Clinic Weston, working as a biomedical engineer, I can only say thank you for everything you taught me. It really did prepare me for this high-level engineering career. Otherwise, this career would be impossible without your guidance at school. Thank you."
Maurice Peters, Clinical Engineering, Cleveland Clinic Florida. Graduated as a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Technology from DeVry University.