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==Education==
 
  
*Doctoral Student, Stanford University
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[[Image:IsisT_small.jpg|frame|Me and my three newborn guinea pigs]]
  
* B.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin
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===Education===
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*2008- present: PhD candidate in Bioengineering, Stanford University
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*2010 M.S Bioengineering, Stanford University
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*2008 B.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin
  
==Research Experience==
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===Research===
===University of Texas===
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*Benzylisoquinoline alkaloid production in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
*Advisor: Nicholas Peppas, ScD
 
*Fall 2007: Cytotoxicity Studies of Polyaniline-Polymer Acid Complexes
 
*Spring 2007: Doping of Polyaniline for Use in Recognitive Hydrogels
 
 
 
===NSF REU in Cellular Engineering, Rice University, Summer 2007===
 
*Advisor: Junghae Suh, PhD ([[Suh Lab]])
 
*Project: Creating Viral Contrast Agents for Optical Imaging
 
 
 
==Awards & Honors==
 
* BMES National Undergraduate Research and Design Award 2007 - For work on "Doping of Polyaniline for Use in Recognitive Hydrogels"
 
* University COOP Undergraduate Research Fellowship
 
 
 
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==Research Interests==
 
*http://www.nature.com/povhumdev/index.html
 
*improving world health - I'm interested in anything that can help bring basic healthcare to the people who need it most.
 
*point of care technologies
 
 
 
==Other==
 
*[[Cutting_DNA_bands_out_of_gel | My hand modeling work]]
 

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Me and my three newborn guinea pigs

Education

  • 2008- present: PhD candidate in Bioengineering, Stanford University
  • 2010 M.S Bioengineering, Stanford University
  • 2008 B.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin

Research

  • Benzylisoquinoline alkaloid production in Saccharomyces cerevisiae