Pascal Acree

Pascal Acree is a freshman studying Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. As a Biotechnology writer for HMR, Pascal wishes to capture the rapid innovation in the field and suggest its implications for the future of healthcare through his passion for research. Outside of HMR, Pascal is the Programming Chair of the Johns Hopkins chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society. He is also the first author of three peer-review scientific journal articles, two of which deal with radon-related research topics. Recently, he has experience on a BME Design Team working to design a carbon-dioxide based cryoprobe to treat breast cancer in low resource areas, and is ultimately interested in developing biomedical solutions to combat cancer through prevention and treatment.

Kubanda Cryotherapy

            Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering offers many unique opportunities, including the Design Team program in which undergraduate students work to design a device to solve an existing medical issue. Here, Pascal discusses the work done by his...

/ April 21, 2017


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/ January 21, 2017