Published: Feb. 14, 2023
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Anne Cox graduated with a BS in chemical and biological engineering and a minor in biomedical engineering  in 2019. As a student, Cox was president of the Biomedical Engineering Society student chapter and interned with Tensentric. Upon graduating, she joined Tensentric, a local contract product engineering design and development company focused on medical applications. She worked as a biochemical engineer for almost three years before being promoted to her current position as director of business development. In that role, Cox works with clients to understand the cross section of clinical need, biochemical constraints and the maximal value that custom engineering, human factors and manufacturing solutions can deliver in bringing promising technology from bench to bedside. She also led Tensentric’s internship program from 2019-22, growing the program to support as many CU students as possible and deepening relationships with cross-disciplinary faculty for recruitment.

Contributions to the Biomedical Engineering Program over the past year:

Cox is making great strides in her career, she is an excellent role model for CU Engineering students, and she is a key industry partner for our program. She has been fully engaged with the program through the industry advisory board since its launch in fall 2020. Cox is an active board member who provides helpful advice, mentoring and encouragement to students in the Biomedical Engineering Program. Recently, Cox participated in an advisory meeting with students and provided critical feedback to help them organize a biomedical engineering career fair. She also recruited her own company, Tensentric, and several other companies in her network to participate in the fair. It is apparent that Cox cares very much about her alma mater and wants to help our students succeed in their undergraduate work and subsequent careers.