University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate student, Rachel Wagner, talked to Nebraska Today about her experience working with Virtual Incision and how it ignited her love for the medical field. UNL and Virtual Incision are members of Bio Nebraska.
Article by Kateri Hartman, University Communication and Marketing | Published in Nebraska Today
“I wanted to pick a school that felt close to home where I had really good opportunities,” she said.
Throughout her undergraduate and graduate education, Wagner has had the opportunity to explore different aspects of engineering, discover a passion for teaching, work for an award-winning surgical robotics startup company and to help prepare a surgical robot for its trip to space.