Talia Fuld

Talia Fuld is a Queens, New York native, studying biomedical engineering and public health at the University at Buffalo. Talia is aiming to pursue a master’s degree in business administration with the university’s 3+2 combined degree program.
Talia is passionate about researching and developing the future of medical devices within the Western New York community. Talia currently works for the University at Buffalo’s Information Technology Department and is pursuing a student researcher role this upcoming summer at UB’s Therapeutic Biophotonics for Regenerative Medicine lab.
Talia is a recipient of UB’s Bauer Women in Stem and Engineering Award, and enjoys being an enthusiastic educator who is active with the local Buffalo community through UB’s Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program and STEM initiatives in schools.
Talia loves to travel and bring her education and experience with her to new places. She recently led two medical internship programs, where she collaborated with a team to bring healthcare to lower and middle-income families in Peru and Guatemala. She plans to continue her education, travel opportunities, and grow in her field.