Bachelor of Science
University of Michigan, 2012
About this team member
Kevin Anderson is a graduate student at the University of Michigan pursuing a Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering. He is studying cell membrane disruption by detergents and nanoparticles using a microfluidic patch clamp device. Outside of lab he is outreach chair of the Society of Physics Students at UM and involved in the annual BrainsRule! event. He also enjoys running, biking, video games, board games and is an avid reader.
- Quantitative Measurement of Cationic Polymer Vector and Polymer-pDNA Polyplex Intercalation into the Cell Plasma Membrane ACS Nano 2015 9 6097-6109