Callie Turlington

Project Engineer 
Design/develop instruments and implants to help with spine surgery.

Years in role (or similar):
3.5 years in product development; 2.5 years in clinical support helping surgeons use the companies technology during surgeries   

College and degree(s):
Tulane – B.S.E Biomedical Engineering, M.S. Biomedical Engineering 

What sparked your interest in STEM?:
I grew up going to really hands-on math and science camps and having really hands-on teachers. I really enjoyed applying concepts and lessons to things I could see and touch. It was cool to see things proven in the real world instead of just reading about it in a textbook.
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