Dr. Matthew Kipper
E-mail: Jessi.Vlcek@colostate.eduBS in Cellular and Microbiology, University of South Dakota
Jessi Vlcek is a 3rd year PhD student in the school of biomedical engineering. She completed her bachelor’s degree in 2016 at the University of South Dakota where she majored in cellular and microbiology. Her hobbies include skiing, hiking, playing video games, and sketching. Her research focuses on evaluating the cellular responses to glycocalyx mimetic surfaces for use in cardiovascular devices. She has presented at Biointerface Workshop and Symposium, Gradshow Case, and SBME seminar series.
E-mail: Dafu.Wang@colostate.eduB.S, Materials Science and Engineering, Qingdao University
M.S, Materials Science and Engineering, Michigan Tech
I am a Ph.D. student majoring in materials science. I love music, photography, reading and traveling. I am also a piano player. For more about me, please visit the links below.
E-mail: Hasan.Hedayati@colostate.eduBS in Chemical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology — Tehran Polytechnic
MS in Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBS, Petroleum Chemistry, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte – BR.
BS, Pharmacy, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte – BR.
MS, Chemistry, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte – BR.
I’m Liszt Madruga, a PhD visiting scholar from Brazil. Since my undergraduate degree I have interest in organic and biological chemistry. I started my academic life on a lab of technology of surfactants with emphasis in drilling fluids operations and after started to do research in a lab of synthesis and application of Polymers, and also a microbiology and parasite lab, where I was able for the first time to start a research on biomaterials applied on antimicrobial activity. Now I’m researching synthesis to increase biopolymers biological properties and application on materials like nanofibers and PEM that could enhance biocompatibility, antimicrobial activity and cell growth. I’d like to pursue academic career as a professor and researcher after my PhD and Postdoc.