Nurul Jannah Binti Zamberi, 23 was named the Best Student at Rutgers University in Biomedical Engineering. With a CGPA 3.95 and receiving Cum Laude or The Highest Honor, Nurul Jannah also received the Samuel Welkowitz Award and is the top graduate from 110 students in her faculty. Read her inspiring story:
1. Nurul Jannah has been listed in an exclusive club of New Jersey
Due to her spectacular achievement, she has been listed in the Matthew Leydt Society, an exclusive club of New Jersey’s highest-achieving graduates.
2. MRSM Tun Ghafar Baba alumni
She went to MRSM Tun Ghafar Baba before further her studies at Foothill Community College, Los Altos, California. After completing her studies in MRSM, she joined the American Degree Preparatory Program (MAPD) for two years. She then pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA.
3. She did study research relating to Biomedical Engineering
Among her research topics are “Inventing Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Purposes to Treat Traumatic Brain Injury”, “Pulse Pressure and Cardiac Arrhythmias”, and in the final year, she did a research project titled “Noninvasive Arterial Stiffness Detecting Device.”
4. She is planning to get her PhD
Now, she has a great dream of pursuing higher education to the PhD level in the same field. We would like to thank Nurul Jannah for putting Malaysia on the map! We are very proud of you!