Kaelin Martin is a third-year undergraduate student studying Biomedical Engineering at The Catholic University of America. Her research interests include rehabilitation engineering, development of prosthetic devices and military medicine research. Kaelin has volunteered for the Tissue Remodeling and Optics Laboratory where she worked with cell culturing and cell imaging of human breast cancer cells for cancer research purposes. She currently works as a student researcher for the Center of Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation where she focuses on the designs and development of a hand exoskeleton that assists stroke patients in upper arm rehabilitation. Kaelin is working on the programming of a microcontroller with sensors that analyzes patient data collected from clinical studies. She also assists in the development of a low cost motorized upper-arm exoskeleton for clinical rehabilitation.