Ms. Cole graduated from KU with her B.S. in Chemical Engineering Spring 2015. Now she is working towards her M.A./Ph.D. in Bioengineering, focusing on product development. During her undergraduate career, Ms. Cole worked in Dr. Dhar's research lab.
Mr. Craig received his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas, where he is currently wrapping up his doctorate, also in Mechanical Engineering. He has served as both a graduate research and teaching assistant for Dr. Wilson.
While Ms. Ghazvini is working towards her doctorate in biomolecular engineering, she serves as a graduate research assistant in Dr. Dhar and Dr. Gehrke's lab. Previously, she was a part of Dr. Spencer's research team. Ms. Ghazvini has a B.S. in chemical engineering from Sharif University of Technology.
Mr. Gupta is a Graduate Research Assistant in Dr. Gehrke's lab. Previously, he was a Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Detamore's lab. He obtained his bachelor's degree in Biophysics from Panjab University in Chandigarh.
While working towards her doctorate, Ms. Krishnan serves as both a Graduate Research and a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Her M.S. is in Bioengineering from the University of Kansas and she has her B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Anna University.
Ms. McNiff is working towards her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She is working with Dr. Jennifer Laurence as a Graduate Research Assistant on a NIH grant. She holds a B.S. in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines.
Ms. Sis recently obtained her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas. Now she is pursuing her graduate degree in Bioengineering while working in Dr. Friis' Spine Biomechanics Laboratory. Previously, Ms. Sis worked with Dr. Kieweg in her lab.
Mr. Van Kampen is a graduate research assistant in Dr. Gehrke's lab. His research interests include: drug delivery, antibodies, protein purification, hydrogels, and polymers. He was awarded a Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship in 2010. Mr. Van Kampen earned his bachelor degree from Calvin College in Engineering with a Chemical Concentration.
Ms. Wisdom was awarded a Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship for 2012-2016. She is a Graduate Research Assistant with Dr. Tamerler's Lab. Ms. Wisdom's research interests include rotator cuff tissue engineering and biomimetic biomaterials. She is the co-founder of Collab, a online platform to connect student innovators on campus and in the community.
Mr. Wong received his Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of Kansas in Mechanical Engineering, focusing on Biomechanics. While he is working towards his Master's degree in Biomedical Product Design & Development, Mr. Wong assists Dr. Friis in the KU Spine Biomechanics Lab.