BRENNAN healthsystems LAB


Natalia Duque

Natalia is an undergraduate senior student, majoring in Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating on May 2006. She plans to stay in Madison to obtain a Master's degree in Engineering Management. Natalia is interested to work on the human factors and health systems field within engineering through doing an independent study with Professor Patricia Brennan. She wants to have a better understanding of the different disciplines inside Industrial Engineering. Natalia joined the Brennan Research Lab during Spring 2006 to work on the data collection and analysis of the ongoing project and dissertation of Teresa Zayas-Cabán: Methodology to characterize the distribution of health information in the home.

Natalia was born and raised in Bogotá , Colombia . She came to the United States in 1999 to finish her high school studies. Then, she studied at Miami-Dade College in Miami , FL where she completed her first two years of college to then transfer to UW through a scholarship agreement between these two schools.

Natalia is the current vice president of SHPE (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers) at theadiso University of Wisconsin-Madison Chapter. Her major hobbies are dancing (she teaches salsa lessons at school through SHPE), clowning J(professional clown for 4 years), and swimming.

View Natalia's Research Proposal, Report, and Assessment of her research experience with the Lab.




Date last modified: 07/07/2006 11:02:58 AM CST
Date created: 17-Nov-2003
Content by: duque@wisc.edu
Markup by: tzayascaban@wisc.edu