Students are a vital part of the research mission of WID. There are many opportunities for students to be involved in research and outreach at WID.
My work consists of completing a variety of administrative tasks that promote the VE Lab's projects.
Assisting Dr. Handelsman and Mr. Benson with administration.
Treating ePTFE grafts to mimic the characteristics of human blood vessels.
Web development for the ARPA-E project
Engineer stimuli-responsive polymers to recapitulate developmental tissue microenvironments
The origin of self-propagating chemical systems
De novo peptides and chemical origins of life
Folate's role in epigenetic changes that permit neuronal regeneration
Neural cell differentiation and therapy
Biomass-based functional materials for applications in flexible electronics and energy.
Researching the intersection of controls and optimization, optimization as robust control.
Epigenetic regulation of stress memory in plants
Structural properties and cutting planes for binary polynomial optimization problems.
Epigenetic mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming.
Developing Stem Cell-Derived Dorsal Horn Interneurons for Regeneration of Somatosensory Circuits