Dr. Choi is excited to be a part of the engineering courses offered at St. Peter’s College. She received her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from the University of Rhode Island, USA. She briefly held a postdoctoral position at the University of Saskatchewan before joining the faculty as a full time lecturer. Currently she is a research associate at the College of Engineering and her research interests include mathematical cardiopulmonary modeling, fall and near-fall detection device and algorithm development, cardiac performance monitoring device using digital ballistocardiograph, and biosensor technologies.

Through her experiences, she has had the opportunity to reflect on her own approaches to teaching. One of the most important components of teaching is effective communication between instructors and students. Efficient learning in engineering can be obtained through an iterative process of theoretical study and practical application. It is a great opportunity to teach at St. Peter's College as it is a unique environment in which closer contact with students is the key to better achievement. 

Classes: GE 111