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Marcus E. Childs is an RTP NSBE member and recent graduate of UNC Chapel Hill. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Engineering and Health Science Engineering. Marcus is from Charlotte, NC and recently launched his career as a Clinical Specialist for Biosense Webster, a Johnson and Johnson company, in Norfolk, VA. He will be there for training until summer 2021. Upon completion, his permanent location will be in Winston-Salem, NC where he will be working with Electrophysiology (EP) Physicians to properly diagnose and map out cardiac arrhythmias. He will also work with EP Physicians to carry out cardiac ablation procedures, ensuring the cardiac arrhythmias of patients are treated. His other involvements include Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc, Habitat for Humanity, Helping Hands Project at UNC, Mathematics Teaching Assistance at UNC, Community Service Leader at UNC. In his spare time, he enjoys fitness at the gym and listening to music.
Marcus E. Childs engaged with NSBE in middle school and continues to demonstrate his passion. His father, also an engineer, introduced him to NSBE.
“I was a member of the Charlotte NSBE Junior chapter from 2012 up through high school. This provided me with a great deal of exposure in STEM. It further solidified my interest for biomedical engineering as I entered my college search. Upon entering UNC-CH, there was no active NSBE chapter on campus. Through hard work and persistence, me other STEM undergraduates were able to re-charter the UNC NSBE chapter. It still thrives, thanks to the excellent leadership that has continued to exist up until this day. NSBE has opened doors for me that I would never have imagined. You truly get out of NSBE what you put in. “