Kristen is a undergraduate in the class of 2015, studying BioMolecular Science with a minor in Gender and Health Studies. She began working on the fluorescent dendrimers project with Banaszak Holl Research Group in Fall 2013. Kristen also conducts clinical research in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital surrounding the use of metabolic carts on ventilated patients. Outside of the lab, Kristen is involved with PPSO, DMUM, K-Grams, PULSE, and is a member of the Science and Engineering Sorority Phi Sigma Rho.
Nathan is an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan school of Engineering studying Materials Science and Engineering. He joined the lab in Fall 2016 and worked on finding compatible organic dielectric materials for use in industrial production purposes. In his free time, he enjoys listening to and performing music and has strong interest in physics.
Alexis was an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan studying Biochemistry with a minor in Latin. She joined the lab in Fall 2016 and worked on a project involving protein-ligand interaction and aggregation. She was a member of the women’s rowing team and enjoys exploring the outdoors in her free time.
Alexis is starting a four-year integrated MD/MPH dual degree at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in July 2020.
Carolina was an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan pursing a major in Materials Science and Engineering. She joined the lab in Winter 2016 and is used AFM and AFM-IR to study polymer-FA and polymer-MTX conjugates.
She is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of California – Santa Barbara in Tresa Pollock’s laboratory.