Faces of BVIS – Jill Tessler

Get to know the current students of the Biomedical Visualization Program!  New profiles will be uploaded throughout the semester to introduce current students and to give a glimpse into their backgrounds, interests, and the projects they are working on.

Our second “Face of BVIS” for the month of April is none other than Jill Tessler!  Click on the image below to view her student profile.Jill Tessler

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One comment

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