Anita Omo-Okhuasuyi is a Ph.D. Student in Electrical Engineering. She is passionate about modelling techniques, ranging from mathematical to computational, and their applications, particular in the biomedical field. Prior to her time in graduate school, she worked in Nigeria as an RF Integration/Optimization Engineer and as Project Manager on several projects, valued at several million dollars. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). In her previous career capacities, she enjoyed solving the dynamic challenges she found on the job every day; she became a graduate student with a desire to learn cutting edge methods to continue solving the most pressing problems. This was the drive behind her spearheading the Bladder Vision project. The Bladder Vision project was aimed at developing a 3-D reconstruction of the bladder from 2-D bladder imaging using known computational algorithms. It is hoped that this will help with quick and seamless diagnosis and development of treatment plans for bladder cancer, which is the 6th most common cancer in the United States. Presently, she works on a Single-Cell RNA Sequenced Data project studying and modelling cell degradation. Here at UTSA, she is also enthusiastic about teaching, as she has served as a TA since 2017 in various classes at the Electrical Engineering Department. In addition to all these, she enjoys serving in the children’s ministry at her local church, along with her husband and 3 children.