Graduate students

Emma Hollmann B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Tennessee Joined the lab in 2015 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering Emma's research focuses on using iPSCs and high throughput techniques to model and understand neurovascular disease.

Emma Hollmann

B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Tennessee

Joined the lab in 2015 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering

Emma's research focuses on using iPSCs and high throughput techniques to model and understand neurovascular disease.

Jonah Rosch B.S., Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Joined the lab in 2015 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering Jonah's research focuses on designing novel high throughput selection platforms to engineer better affinity reagents.

Jonah Rosch

B.S., Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Joined the lab in 2015 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering

Jonah's research focuses on designing novel high throughput selection platforms to engineer better affinity reagents.

Allison Bosworth B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Louisiana State University Joined the lab in 2016 to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Engineering Allison's research focuses on neurovascular mechanobiology and signal transduction in health and disease.

Allison Bosworth

B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Louisiana State University

Joined the lab in 2016 to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Allison's research focuses on neurovascular mechanobiology and signal transduction in health and disease.

 
Yajuan Shi B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tianjin University Joined the lab in 2017 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering Yajuan's research focuses on uncovering mechanisms of blood-brain barrier regulation.

Yajuan Shi

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tianjin University

Joined the lab in 2017 to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering

Yajuan's research focuses on uncovering mechanisms of blood-brain barrier regulation.

Kylie Balotin B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Rice University Joined the lab in 2017 to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Engineering Kylie's research focuses on improving neuronal differentiation and maturation from iPSCs.

Kylie Balotin

B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Rice University

Joined the lab in 2017 to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Kylie's research focuses on improving neuronal differentiation and maturation from iPSCs.

 
 

Undergraduates

Michaela Copp (senior, ChBE)

Franklin Gong (senior, ChBE)

Dalton Gullett (senior, ChBE)

Nikki Kragt (junior, ChBE)

Robbie Weinstein (junior, ChBE/BME)

Alumni

Dan Balikov (postdoctoral)

Amanda Bailey (undergraduate, ChBE)

Catey Dodson (undergraduate, ChBE)

Cassie Woolley (undergraduate, SyBBURE)

Archit Protharazu (undergraduate, BME)