Ike Chinyere

MS I
College of Medicine – Tucson
Year Entered Program: 
2017
Degrees Received: 

BS in Health Science, Department of Physiology, College of Medicine, University of Arizona; Honors; Summa Cum Laude

About Me: 

I was born and raised in north Arizona with three younger brothers. My hobbies include basketball, guitar, and reading. I wish I could travel to see more of the world, I am driven to explore the mysteries of our universe, and consider the gym my second home. Volunteering my time and energy is a great privilege, and I hope to use my life to improve the lives of those with cardiovascular disease.

Honors & Awards: 

2017

  • Best Research Project by an Honors Student
  • Honors College Pillar of Excellence Award

2016

  • Honors College Alumni Legacy Grant
  • BioAccel Business Incubator: Solutions Challenge Winner
  • InnovateUA: Pitchfest Winner
Selected Publications: 
  1. Mentoring the Next Generation of Award-winning Physician Scientists. Katie Maass. Sarver Heart Center, University of Arizona. Link.

  2. Weigand K, Witte R, Moukabary T, Chinyere IR, Lancaster JJ, Pierce M, Goldman S, Juneman E. (2016) In-vivo Electrophysiological Study of Induced VT in Intact Rat Model of Chronic Ischemic Heart Failure. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 2016. 64(6); 1393-1399. Link.