Carnegie Mellon University

Abbott Lab

Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering

       

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Rosalyn Abbott

Degrees/Education/Experience:
Postdoctoral Research, 2012-2017, Tufts University
Ph.D., 2012, University of Vermont
M.S., 2008, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
B.S., 2008, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

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Megan DeBari

PhD candidate in the Materials Science and Engineering Department

Degrees/Education/Experience:
M.S., 2019, Carnegie Mellon University degree in Material Science and Engineering
B.S., 2017, University of Florida dual degree in Material Sciences and Engineering and Zoology

Area of research: Non-invasive degradation of silk biomaterials, adipose tissue fibrosis

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Elizabeth Johnston

PhD candidate in the Biomedical Engineering Department

Degrees/Education/Experience:
M.S., 2020, Carnegie Mellon University degree in Biomedical Engineering
B.S., 2018, Georgia Institute of Technology degree in Biomedical Engineering

Area of research: reciprical intereaction of vasculature and adipocytes

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Claude King III

M.S. student in Biomedical Engineering

Degrees/Education/Experience:
B.S., 2019, Chemical Engineering, Hampton University

Area of research: 3D printing of silk biomaterials

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Ruhi Naik

M.S. student in Computational Biology

Degrees/Education/Experience:
B.A., 2019, Major in Biology, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Area of research: lipid droplet quantification

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dakshi kochhar

M.S. student in Biomedical Engineering

Degrees/Education/Experience:
Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology from Amity University

Area of research: cellular interactions with silk biomaterials

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Spencer rhodes

M.S. student in Biomedical Engineering

Degrees/Education/Experience:
B.S in Biology and Anthropology, Western Carolina University

Area of research: silk biomaterials

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Tahlia Altgold

Biomedical and Material Science engineering dual degree major

Area of research: silk as a green materail

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Sean Pereira

Biomedical and Chemical engineering dual degree major

Area of research: adipose tissue engineered models

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Chantal Alano

Biomedical and Material Science and Engineering dual degree major

Area of research: adipose tissue engineered models

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Maya garg

Biomedical and Material Science and Engineering dual degree major

Area of research: adipose tissue engineered models

 
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Isabelle chickanosky

Biomedical and Material Science and Engineering dual degree major

Area of research: controlled degradation of silk

We are so proud of our past lab members:

  • MALLORY GRIFFIN, MS student in Biomedical Engineering (Currently @ Editas Medicine)
  • MIA KEYSER (Currently pursuing a PhD @University of Colorado, Boulder)
  • BRENT IFEMEMBI, MS student in Biomedical Engineering (Currently pursuing a PhD @ John Hopkins University)
  • KAMERON BRADLEY (Currently pursuing a PhD @ WashU)
  • YUGESH RAMSAROOP (Currently @ Bristol-Myers Squibb)
  • MICHELLE BAI (Currently @ Exxon Mobil)