Felicia Hsu
Felicia
Hsu
University:M.I.T.
Years at Academy:5

Tennis Player Bio

High School:

  • Accepted to MIT, Yale, CalTech-UCSD 8 year Medical Program, UCSD 8 year Medical Program (full-ride Jacobs Engineering Scholar & Regents), Columbia (Egleston Scholar), UPenn (Rachleff Scholar), Johns Hopkins BME, CalTech, Duke, Wash. U (St. Louis), Harvey Mudd (Merit Scholar), USC (Presidential Scholar), UC Berkeley (Regents & Chancellors), UCLA (Regents), UCSD (full-ride)
  • Two Varsity Tennis CIF Team Championships (2007, 2008), CIFSS Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2011), Four Empire League Team Championships (2007-2011), Empire League Doubles MVP (2010), 2 Empire League Individuals 3rd (2008) & 4th place (2009)

MIT:

  • -Co-founder of ResQ Medical Device Startup/Project (project to invent a portable, non-electrical, cheap IV/blood warmer for use in military and civilian trauma patients)
  • -First author publications: 
    • 1. “Complete pathologic response of HER2-positive breast cancer liver metastasis with dual anti-HER2 antagonism” BMC Cancer (April 2014) 
    • 2. “A Novel Phantom Tissue Model for Skin Elasticity Quantification” Journal of Med. Devices 10(2), 020961 (May 2016)
  • -Cancer research: designed a tumor-targeted and tumor-penetrating small RNA delivery vehicle for pancreatic cancer
  • -MIT Medical Device Innovation Center: developed a safe, easy-to-use diagnostic device for melanoma skin cancer
  • -MIT Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society (top 10% of engineering students at MIT invited)
  • -MIT Burchard Scholar for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
  • -Accepted to medical schools (including Harvard, Stanford & UCSF)

 

“Elson is honestly one of the best mentors I have ever had. There’s a reason all the Match Point alumni still feel so attached to the academy. It’s not just because of the tennis strategies or lessons Elson drilled into our heads; it’s because he taught us how to apply everything we learned to be a competitive tennis player to other aspects of our lives, whether it be the constant level of dedication and commitment one needs to master a skill or learning how to test your limits, both physically and mentally.”

 

-Felicia Hsu


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