Rice Takes 1st Place at MIT IEEE Undergraduate Research Technology Conference

Carlton Rice MIT

Undergraduate student Carlton Rice won first place for his poster presentation in Biomedical Engineering at the 2016 MIT Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Undergraduate Research Technology Conference.

Rice’s research in professor Kenneth Diller’s lab focuses on the application of selective thermal stimulation to control thermoregulatory blood flow in humans for therapeutic applications. Doctoral student Gary McGregor mentors him in the lab.

Rice competed with over 100 undergraduate student participants from around the world. Over 2000 people attended the conference.