Students of Biomedical Sciences

Loren Brown

Alum, Loren Brown completed the Specialization program and conferred his degree in 2014.

Ilean Chai

Alum Ilean Chai completed her degree in 2017.  Her research focus involved utilizing techniques from traditiona\ virology, structural biology, cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry and mass spectrometry; and... more

Samantha Jones

The Antagonistic Gene Paralogs Upf3a and Upf3b Govern Nonsense-Mediated RNA Decay

Gleb Martovetsky

Alum, Gleb Mortovetsky earned the Ph.D. Specialization in Multi-Scale Biology in 2016

Devendra Mistry

Alum Devendra Mistry earned the PhD Specialization in Multi-Scale Biology in 2011 with thesis The Mollecular Mechanism Underlying the Gondaotropin Releasing Hormone Pulse Sesitivity of Follicle Stimulating... more

Jonathan Okerblom

Alum Jonathan Okerblom earned his PhD with Specialization in Multi-scale Biology in September, 2017.  Approximately 2-3 million years ago, our human ancestors lost the function of CMAH– a gene that remains... more

Steve Rees

My project currently has three objectives. I will begin by first determining how current POPs interact with P-gp at the molecular level, which will require P-gp co-crystallization with these compounds. From these... more

Eleen Shum

Alum Eleen Shum earned the Ph.D. with Specialization in Multi-Scale Biology in 2015.  Dissertation "Physiological Role of the UPF3 in Gene Paralogs in Nonsense-Mediated RNA Decay"

Eric Wang

My long term goal is to bridge the gap between molecular and cellular neurobiology with systems-level neuroscience. In particular, I want to understand how biochemical changes in specific subsets of neurons can exert... more

Jacob Wozniak

High-Resolution Cellular Mapping of Host-Pathogen Spaciotemporal Protein Dynamics