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Ronit Malka is a fourth year medical student at Harvard Medical School in the Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program. She graduated from the Harvard College with a degree in bioengineering in 2015. During her undergraduate years she worked in the Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory on the Robobee and similarly-fabricated miniaturized medical devices, as well as at Hebrew University modeling mechanical forces underlying human embryonic stem cell patterning, and in the Harvard Biodesign Laboratory designing cardiac surgical ports. As an HST student, Ronit has been conducting her basic science thesis on developing an implantable device to help study decompression surgery for Bell’s Palsy. She is currently applying for residency in otolaryngology.