Jeffrey Justin Gray | 5851 Waterville-Monclova Rd Waterville, OH 43566 | (419) 508-2369

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH       Expected Graduation Date: May 2018
B.S. Biomedical Engineering                              Overall GPA: 3.477 out of 4.0
College of Engineering Dean’s List: (Fall Semester 2014, Fall Semester 2015)

University of Toledo, Toledo, OH                      Summer 2015
Coursework: Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 with both lab components
GPA: 4.0 out of 4.0

– Computer Skills: Knowledge of MATLAB, SOLIDWORKS, Arduino, REALBasic, Excel, Word, and Photoshop

Relevant Coursework

  • Statics and Mechanics of Materials                 -Physics: Mechanics and E&M
  • Materials Science                                             -Numerical Simulations
  • Fundamentals of Engineering                          -Anatomy & Physiology
  • Organic Chemistry
    Advanced Energy Vehicle Project (January 2015 – April 2015)
    -Collaborated on a successful semester long project designing, assembling, and programming an electric vehicle to run a track within set parameters using Arduino and SOLIDWORKS. Took role as schedule coordinator and task manager over the course of the project within the group. Group completed project on time, met all objectives, and earned an A.

    – Biomedical Engineering Society Member (September 2015 – Present)

    Health Science Scholars (HSS) Program Member (August 2014 – Present)
    -Chosen to participate in competitive, community based program for first and second year students interested in health-related fields; attend weekly seminar course and relevant HSS events, complete 40 service hours per year

    Asian American Intervarsity (AAIV) Member (August 2014 – Present)
    -Collaborate in groups to develop critical thinking and communication skills in examining Bible passages for 2 hrs/week

    REACH Suicide Prevention (March 2015)
    -Participated in training for recognition of signs of suicidal thoughts and warning signs in others and in providing resources and help for said persons

    – The Injury Biomechanics Research Center (February 2016-present)
    -Assist graduate students and faculty in their research

    Free Health Clinic (September 2015- present)
    -Working with health professionals in scheduling appointments for patients, creating files, and recording data for 30hrs/semester

    – Health Science Scholars Volunteering (August 2014-April 2015)
    -Completed 40 hours during the 1st year of college

    About Me


    My name is Jeffrey Gray and I’m currently a sophomore here at The Ohio State University. This major combines two areas that have always been extremely interesting to me throughout my life, engineering and medical care. I grew up with a father in the medical field as a practicing physician while spending my days building with Lincoln logs, Legos, K’nex, and models. This upbringing led to a desire for woodshop, programming, CAD, and drafting classes in high school to further foster my desire for hands on experiences and engineering. Today, the product of this has come in the form of the goal of majoring in Biomedical Engineering during my stay here at Ohio State.

    Outside of my coursework, I’ve become an undergraduate research assistant at the Injury Biomechanics Research Center founded by Dr. John Bolte and at the Asian Health Initiative Free Clinic provided by Asian American Community Services. Both of these experiences are allowing me to continue my interest in the medical and engineering fields as I have the goal of either pursuing a career in engineering or medicine in the future. I am also a member of the Health Science Scholars Program, Biomedical Engineering Society, Asian American Intervarsity, and Chinese American Student Association. All of these groups and activities provide something different in my life here on campus and they all are an integral part of my experience here at The Ohio State University.