I graduated from MIT in 2009 with a B.S. in Course 6 (EECS) and a B.S. in Course 7 (Biology). I also served as Editor in Chief of the student newspaper The Tech, and now I'm frequently on PBS's Stay Tuned as a science & health contributor.
In the medical realm, I sometimes hack on advancing open educational resources (which lag far behind even MIT's OpenCourseWare project). I'm also hoping to ensure doctors & nurses get flu vaccines, which (strangely) aren't required for health care workers — even though many other vaccines are (my Missouri representative recently introduced a bill).
If you're incredibly bored, you can follow my main-belt asteroid, which looks like it's having a great time just a bit past Mars.
My (undoubtedly outdated) one-page resume: semenko-resume.pdf