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Madhur Srivastava, Biomedical Engineering
Student Spotlight: Madhur Srivastava

Biomedical Engineering student Madhur Srivastava's area of research is signal processing in magnetic resonance spectroscopic and imaging techniques such as Electron Spin Resonance (ESR), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). He is one of six doctoral students to receive a Commercialization Fellowship under the College of Engineering.

Mitchell Ishmael, Materials Science and Engineering
Student Spotlight: Mitchell Ishmael

Mitchell Ishmael works on understanding the heat capacity of fluid mixtures under supercritical conditions. He is one of six doctoral students to receive a Commercialization Fellowship under the College of Engineering.

Amanda Bares, Biomedical Engineering
Student Spotlight: Amanda Bares

Amanda Bares' work focuses on the design of new laser microscope tools enabling researchers to visualize multiple cells and cell types simultaneously. She is one of six doctoral students who recently received a Commercialization Fellowship under the College of Engineering.

Bill Bedell, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Student Spotlight: Bill Bedell

Bill Bedell's most recent research focus is on the systems biology of insect cells. He is one of six doctoral students who recently received a Commercialization Fellowship under the College of Engineering.

Annabelle Beaver, Animal Science
Student Spotlight: Annabelle Beaver

Animal Science graduate student student Annabelle Beaver is heading to the Netherlands on a Fulbright Fellowship to continue her research into Johne’s disease, a chronic and progressive enteritis in dairy cows and other ruminants.

Michelle Tong, Psychology
Student Spotlight: Michelle Tong

Michelle Tong received her doctorate in psychology this January and began a tenure-track position at a liberal arts college in Indiana this fall.

Jeffrey Wall, Natural Resources
Student Spotlight: Jeffrey Wall

Natural Resources graduate student Jeffrey Wall has received numerous grants, including a Fulbright, to conduct his research on the chestnut-utilizing communities of Turkey.

Eilis Monahan, Near Eastern Studies
Student Spotlight: Eilis Monahan

Near Eastern studies graduate student Eilis Monahan recently received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant and a Fulbright U.S. Student Fellowship to fund her dissertation research in Cyprus.

Joonsuk (Jon) Park, Computer Science
Student Spotlight: Joonsuk (Jon) Park

Joonsuk (Jon) Park earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science this spring and will begin a teaching position at Williams College this fall.

Sachi Horibata, Pharmacology
Student Spotlight: Sachi Horibata

This March, pharmacology Ph.D. student Sachi Horibata was named the winner of this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition for her work titled “PAD12 – New Approaches to Treating Breast Cancer.”

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