Sanchez Circuit sat down with Anjum for a one-one interview.

What is your (least) favorite course?
BME 163-Medical Instrument Analysis. It had nothing to do with the topic. It was the most annoying class and with the most annoying teacher. I didn’t learn a thing.

What is the last thing you built, made, or did in lab?
A couple things, in one class we built a voice controlled hand (with only 2 fingers), and in another we dissected frogs and did experiments with a live nerve, which was awesome.

What did you want to be as a kid?
An astronaut.

If you could own a company, what would it be?
I really wouldn’t want to own a company, but if I were to it would probably be one that employs doctors to do things that are more needed.

What is your (least) favorite job?
Working in the econ department here.

What is your dream job?
Being the orthopedic surgeon for the Buffalo Bills.

Who is your idol and why?
Michael Crighton. He’s ridiculously smart (read Travels by him). He does only what he wants to explore himself and in his life.

Who do you think is a genius?
Keller Williams.

What is your favorite toy?
Those magnet and metal bar sculpture things.

What is your favorite movie?
I’d have to say Boondock Saints.

What is your favorite video game?
Tecmo Super Bowl.

What is your favorite kind of music?
Everything except country and R&B.

What is your favorite snack?
Piece of cake icecream. You can only get it in buffalo, but it’s awesome. I ate 10 gallons in two weeks.

What is your favorite car?
Subaru WRX sti.

Who is your favorite superhero?

Why did you choose science and engineering?
I like understanding more than what happens.

If you weren’t an engineer/scientist what would you be?
I’d love to be a musician, but I’m awful at instruments... so, a doctor.

Righty or lefty?

How would you describe your personality?
I like to have fun, but I get (most) things done.

What is your favorite equation?
The Nernst Equation.

If you could travel anywhere, where would it be?
Antarctica, then to Australia and then New Zealand.

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