Class of 2004 - 2005/06

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Mohab Al-Hinai

  • BS Biotechnology, Sultan Qaboos University - Seeb, Oman
  • MBP Research Project: Generation, characterization and analysis of metabolically engineered bacterial strains (E. Papoutsakis)
  • Continued Education: PhD Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, University of Delaware - Newark, DE (2008 - 2013)
  • Current Position: Assistant Professor, Sultan Qaboos University - Seeb, Oman
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Molly Ryan Callahan

  • BS Chemical Engineering, University of Notre Dame - Notre Dame, IN
  • MBP Research ProjectViral vector production (W. Miller)
  • Current Position: Research Chemist, Georgia-Pacific Professional - Neenah, WI
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Louisa Carr

  • BA Chemistry, Carleton College - Northfield, MN
  • MBP Research ProjectSplinted ligation of DNA oligonucleotides for the purpose of conjugation of a drag-tag molecule in ELFSE (A. Barron)
  • Continued Education: 
    • MEng Chemical Engineering, University of Washington - Seattle, WA (2006 - 2008)
    • PhD Chemical Engineering, University of Washington - Seattle, WA (2006 - 2011)
  • Current Position: Material Scientist, Membrane and Separation Technologies Laboratory, GE Global Research - Niskayuna, NY
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Ya-chen Chang

  • BS Chemical Engineering & BM Piano Performance, Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
  • MBP Research ProjectNovel monodisperse bioconjugate: poly-N-substituted glycines (A. Barron)
  • Current Position: Downstream Process Development, National Institute of Health - Bethesda, MD
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Edna Choi

  • BE Biomedical Engineering, State University of New York (Stony Brook) - Stony Brook, NY
  • MBP Research ProjectThe use of magnetic field to induce parallel arrangement of collagen fibrils for the development of a living tissue equivalent of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) for ACL reconstructions (G. Ameer)
  • Current Position: Senior Manager of Operational Excellence, Novavax - Gaithersburg, MD
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Jay Cuenca

  • BA Biochemistry & BA Molecular and Cellular Biology, Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
  • MBP Research Project: DNA-microarray based investigation of hematopoietic differentiation (W. Miller & E. Papoutsakis)
  • Current Position: Associate Director, Cell Culture Process Engineering, Boehringer Ingelheim - Fremont, CA 
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Amy Greischar

  • BS Biological Sciences, Quincy University - Quincy, IL
  • MBP Research Project: Detection of JAK2 and phospho-JAK2 in a mobilized system (W. Miller & E. Papoutsakis)
  • Current Position: Scientist II, Cellular/Molecular Biology, AbbVie - North Chicago, IL 
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Eric Huang

  • BS Bioengineering, University of California (Berkeley) - Berkeley, CA
  • MBP Research Project: C. elegans gene gun (R. Morimoto)
  • Current Position: Global Biologics Manufacturing Sciences and Technology (MSAT) Engineer, Genentech - San Francisco, CA
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Kelly Huseby

  • BS Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
  • MBP Research Project: Peptide based biomaterial for in situ cell encapsulation and in vivo delivery (G. Ameer)
  • Current Position: Program Manager, Device Development, Medtronic - Mounds View, MN
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Lauren Floyd Pilliner

  • BE Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI
  • MBP Research Project: Synthesis of a biomimetic lung surfactant from peptoids (A. Barron)
  • Current Position: Senior Strategic Marketing Manager / Principal Strategy and Marketing Operations Manager, National Instruments - Austin, TX
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Eugene Soo

  • BS Chemical Engineering & BS Economics, Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
  • MBP Research Project: DNA-microarray based investigation of hematopoietic differentiation (W. Miller & E. Papoutsakis)
  • Current Position: Scientist, AbbVie Bioresearch Center - Worcester, MA
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Colin Woodard

  • BS Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA
  • MBP Research Project: Cell membrane-mimetic culture surfaces for ligand presentation and stem cell expansion (W. Miller)
  • Continued Education: PhD Osteopathic Medicine, University of New England - Biddeford, ME (2009 - 2013)
  • Current Position: Internal Medicine Resident, Kent Hospital - Providence, RI