A biotechnology predoctoral training grant from the NIH National Institute for General Medical Science pays stipend, tuition and fees for nine predoctoral fellows, with the Duke Graduate School contributing a tenth fellowship for a non-US citizen.
Daniel earned a BS in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from Boston University in 2014. He is a BME PhD student in Dr. David Katz's Lab.
Connor earned a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University in 2017. He is a PhD student in Dr. Yiyang Gong’s Lab.
Charlene earned her BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Brown University in 2016. She is currently a PhD student in Dr. Bruce Sullenger’s Lab.
John earned a B.S. in neuroscience from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2016. He is a Ph.D. student in the Lynch lab.
Chelsea received her BS in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Chemistry from Northwestern University in 2016. She is a PhD student in Joel Collier’s group.
Veronica earned a BS in Bioengineering from Rice University in 2016. She is a PhD student in the Gersbach Lab.
Kelly earned a BE in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University in 2016. She is a PhD student in the Collier lab.
Rachel graduated with her B.S. in Biological Engineering and a minor in Philosophy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2017. She is a BME PhD student in Dr. Jennifer West’s lab studying biomaterials for vascularized tumor/macrophage models.
Garrett earned a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University in 2014. He is a PhD student in the Chilkoti lab
Shaun earned a BA (Honors) in Engineering, with a specialization in Bioengineering, from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, in 2014. He started his MD/PhD training at Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore, in 2015 and is currently pursing his PhD in Xiling Shen’s Lab.
Alex earned a BS in Biochemistry from Oklahoma Christian University and a MS in Environmental Science from the University of Oklahoma. He is a PhD student in Claudia Gunsch's lab.
Jeff earned a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2013. He then worked for Dolomite Microfluidics from 2014-2016. There he focused on the development and commerclization of droplet microfluidic systems for applications in single cell analysis and drug delivery. He is a Mechanical Engineering PhD student in Benjamin Yellen’s Lab
Arnold earned a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2017. He is a PhD student in Brenton Hoffman’s Lab.