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July 2023: Graduate researchers Cosette Craig and Cara Brainerd attended the International AIDS Society Conference in Brisbane, Australia! Cara was selected for the IAS 2023 Young Leaders Program and enjoyed meeting other young people from all around the globe who are all working on different ways to support those living with HIV.

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July 2023: Congratulations to ************************Rachel Shi, a former undergraduate student in our lab, ****************************************************on her Fulbright Award to do research in Germany! We are so proud of you Rachel. Auf Wiedersehen 👋🏻

Rachel Shi receives 2023 Fulbright Study/Research Award to study in Germany | UW Bioengineering

June 2023: Congratulations on your graduation Madison Walenta! We are so proud of you.


June 2023: Aileen Sun and Mark Fernandez joined the lab. Aileen is a Bioengineering PhD student and Mark is a Mechanical Engineering undergraduate student. Welcome Mark and Aileen! We’re excited to have you on board.

May 2023: We are very proud of our undergraduate researchers who presented their work at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.

2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium Photos

October 2022: Megan Vuong joined the lab as an undergraduate research assistant working on enzymatic assays for therapeutic monitoring of HIV medications.


October 2022: Cara Brainerd and John Tatka joined the lab. Cara is a Bioengineering PhD student who will work on assay development projects in the lab. John is a Mechanical Engineering Master’s student who will work on microfluidics development projects in the lab. Welcome Cara and John! We’re excited to have you on board.

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October 2022: Carrie Lin received a Levinson Emerging Scholar Award (https://www.washington.edu/undergradresearch/research-opportunities/academic-year-programs/levinson/) to pursue independent research in the lab during the 2022-23 academic year! Congratulations Carrie!! We’re excited to see you continue on your research journey with us and look forward to seeing all that you will learn and do.

September 2022: Carrie Lin, Megan Chang , Kelsey Leong , and Mindy Quach represented our lab at the Mechanical Engineering department’s orientation.