My name is Exal Enrique Cisneros Tuch, currently a sophomore majoring in Biomedical Engineering. I came to UTSA right after finishing high school, pursuing a bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering. Starting the summer of 2017, I have been working in the Math department’s “Math lab” tutoring center up to this day, helping students with topics ranging from College Algebra to Calculus 3. I joined the Bladder vision team at the beginning of the Spring 2018 semester, focusing on the computer recognition aspect of the project. I would like to eventually use my biology and computer skills to work on the development of computational models for physiological processes. If done right, a good computer model would reduce the need for expensive experimentation to try and predict the behavior of therapies and could even lead to a better understanding of how our body works. Some of my hobbies are cooking, coding, and running. I enjoy learning skills and hope to learn more as my college career progresses.