My PhD research explores biomaterials for immune modulation in cancer therapy and tissue engineering.
David Mooney Laboratory for Cell and Tissue Engineering, Harvard University
Investigating biomaterials for immune modulation in cancer therapy and tissue engineering. Coordinating several projects with collaborating institutions.
Kevin Healy Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, UC Berkeley
Developed a microfluidic device for point-of-care CD4+ T cell enumeration and HIV monitoring. Led device-testing team and worked in cell culture, device fabrication, and chemical surface modification.
Luke Lee BioPOETS Laboratory, UC Berkeley
Pursued two projects: a microfluidic device for cancer diagnosis, and a novel photocatalytic mechanism for bacterial lysis for water purification.
High school researcher
The Harker School
Examined properties of subatomic W and Z boson decays and products and used C++ code to analyze data from the Large Hadron Collider with professor from University of Wisconsin and CERN.
I am an inspired PhD candidate studying biomaterial vaccines for cancer immunotherapy. I am strongly motivated to pursue translational research that can benefit human health.