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Eugene is a neuromodulation engineer at Boston Scientific, where he contributes to products for patient care.

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"Don’t make others choose your path, let them guide you, but ultimately it’s your choice."

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Eugene Mesina
Class of 2015


This was my senior project. My team and I developed an online treatment planner that medical professionals can log into and assign their patients treatment plans. The treatment plans can assign patients medications, workouts, etc while maintaining HIPAA. The nature project took a year to complete and required over 700 documented pages. My team and I put over 50 hours each week for a year to complete this project.


My career roadmap has been somewhat defined.

Started modifying and creating servers for minecraft, gmod, and tf2.

Made my own robot from a frys started kit and learned how to solder and wire my own electronics.

Started programming in java and learned how to ethically hack.

Participated in the CSULB Innovation Challenge, Combined effort from business and engineering majors to create a medical product. Received runner up award.

Boston Scientific Neuromodulation, Software Engineer Internship. Experience in Devops and Software Engineering Fields.

Completing web medical application for Senior design.

Committed to Boston Scientific as a Software Engineer and then a Systems Engineer.



Here are my extracurriculars relevant to this pathway


  • Robotics Team 3993

  • Video Editing

  • Videography

  • Game hacking

  • Photography


  • Website Development

  • Mobile Game Development

  • Videography

  • Marketing

  • Car Modding


What I'm currently doing/hope to do

Working towards creating better products for patients that use Boston Scientific products. Personally I would like to begin branching out beyond my comfort zone including marketing, project management, and business. I would also like to explore real estate and/or piloting as a side career.


How to maximize my time in high school?

  • Advice #1: Find ways to make your major work for you.

  • Advice #2: Don’t make others choose your path, let them guide you, but ultimately it’s your choice.

  • Advice #3: It’s not a race, it's a marathon.

  • Advice #4: People change, you’re first, you’re career is second.

  • Advice #5: Programming can be fun, just find something you like and you could probably program it.

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