Jeremiah James is a doctoral student in biomedical engineering from Tampa, Florida. He studies how a newly invented technique creates polymer nanoparticles at Cornell under the guidance of Rong Yang. Read more
Combining virology, membrane biochemistry, and biophysics to understand how SARS CoV-2 interacts with cells.
NSF GRFP recipient Ambika Pachaury is a third-year doctoral student in biomedical engineering from Noida, India. She studies the interactions between the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and the membrane components of cells under the guidance of Susan Daniel. Read more
Erica Pratt's doctoral work in Dr. Brian Kirby's lab focused on investigating circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in the peripheral blood system of patients with solid tumors and how these cells can be used as a noninvasive tumor surrogate, and as prognostic biomarkers for survival in advanced disease. Read more
Joanna Davis says the on-the-spot problem solving she gained as a Cornell BME undergraduate has enabled her to bring nuanced solutions in a rapidly-changing world to both clients and patients in her current role as an Associate Consultant providing diverse solutions to life sciences clients. Read more
Ph.D. student Serafina Lopez describes her meniscus tissue engineering research in the Bonassar Lab and what she's gained during her time at Cornell. Read more