Hsin Hung Kuo is a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering at The Catholic University of America. Hsin Hung is involved with the RERC and is passionate and excels when collaborating with a team, breaking new ground and working to achieve high-level objectives together. Hsin Hung's expertise includes project design, data analysis and interpretation, research tools development and implementation. Before being a Ph.D. student, he had experience as a clinical research assistant at Tzu Chi hospital division of pediatrics in Taichung, Taiwan. His duties were to assist in an application of instrumentation in clinical research and perform analysis and evaluation on infant and preterm infant data samples and documented information gathered. He has also had 3-years of work experience as a research assistant at the Food and Drug Administration in Taipei, Taiwan and was in charge of reviewing registration for medical devices and managed licenses. Moreover, he obtained a certificate in Food and Drug Administration Big data analysis and data mining training. Hsin Hung is very passionate about his work and is always challenging himself to gain knowledge and grow in the biomedical engineering field.