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Qun Zhao

PhD, Xidian University, China, 1995 In the Lab The Zhao group is focused on innovating novel approaches to improve magnetic resonance (MR) imaging physics at cellular level for early detection and therapeutic treatment of cancers, for tracking of stem cells, and for other biophysical and biomedical applications. MRI-based cell tracking…
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Jin Xie

PhD, Brown University (2004 – 2008) BS, Nanjing University (1999 – 2003) In the Lab The Xie lab is interested in engineering nanoparticles, either nanocrystal-, polymer- or protein-based, for imaging and drug delivery, with a focus on cancer. These involve developing novel materials with unique physical and chemical properties. Moreover,…
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Zion Tse

Imperial College London, Mechanical Engineering Dept. Ph.D. in Medical Robotics The University of Hong Kong In the Lab Dr. Zion T.H. Tse is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Engineering. Formerly, he was a researcher at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s. His academic and professional experience has…
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Steven Stice

B.S., University of Illinois M.S., Iowa State University Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Stice Bio Dr. Steve Stice is a University of Georgia, DW Brooks Distinguished Professor and Director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center, who holds a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar endowed chair, and is CSO of ArunA Biomedical Inc….
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Simon Platt

BVM&S, MRCVS, DACVIM (Neurology), DECVN Residency in Neurology & Neurosurgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida (1995-1998) Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada (1992-1993) Veterinary degree from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland (1992) In the Lab Efforts to develop stroke…
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Luke J. Mortensen

Post-doctoral fellow MGH, Harvard Medical School 2011-2014 Ph.D. University of Rochester 2011 M.S. University of Rochester 2006 B.S. University of Toledo 2003 In the Lab The Mortensen Lab is interested in using engineering approaches to solve important biological problems where canonical techniques and methods of thinking have failed. This requires…
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Ross Marklein

ORISE Post-Doctoral Fellow, U.S. Food and Drug Administration 2012-2015 Ph.D., Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania, 2012 B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007 In the Lab Functional heterogeneity is a significant barrier to the clinical translation of many cellular therapies, including mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs). Though MSCs have shown promise…
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Leidong Mao

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering – Yale University 2008 M.Phil in Electrical Engineering – Yale University 2005 M.S. in Electrical Engineering – Yale University 2002 B.S. in Materials Science – Fudan University 2001 In the Lab The mission of Mao lab is two fold. For research, our goal is to exploit…
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Yangqing Lu

PhD, Guangxi University, Animal Reproduction (2001 – 2008) BS, East China Normal University, Biochemistry (1995 – 1999) In the Lab Germ cells (GCs) are critically important as the vehicle that passes genetic information from one generation to the next. Correct development of these cells is essential and perturbation in their…
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Jason Locklin

PhD (2004) University of Houston M.S.(2002) University of Alabama at Birmingham B.S.(1999) Millsaps College, Jackson Mississippi In the Lab Our research focuses on growing functional polymers from surfaces using different surface initiated polymerization techniques. Much of our research is focused around growing functional polymers from surfaces in a “grafting from”…
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