Hi, my name is Chelsie Boodoo. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Chemistry from Florida International University (FIU). I moved to East Lansing, Michigan to go to Michigan State University (MSU). I study what happens when the bladder is overstretched in regards to spina bifida.
I want to spread knowledge in the different realms of science communication which is why I founded the student organization MSU SciComm. The different domains we focus on are science: writing, speaking art and policy. I love being the President and Founder of this organization because many students have learned about another area of science that they were not aware of beforehand and networked with people outside of their field.
Through the Council of Graduate Student (COGS) I was given the opportunity to help found and co-host a radio show at Impact 89FM called The Sci-Files, where I interview different MSU students on their research on Sunday’s at 9:00 am on Impact 89 FM.