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Current PostBac Researchers

Photo of Nathaniel Disser
Nathaniel Disser is a graduate of Gonzaga University. His project is "Mechanobiology of skeletal muscle and tendon during tissue growth and regeneration" in the laboratory of Dr. Christopher Mendias.
 
Photo of Adriana Echeverria Gonzalez
Adriana Echeverria Gonzalez is a graduate of Columbia University Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. She’s studying "Rapid and precise diagnosis of joint infections using next-generation sequencing" in the laboratory of Dr. Laura Donlin.
 
 
 
Headshot of Maxwell Konnaris
Maxwell Konnaris is a graduate of Ithaca College and City College of New York.  His research is focused on “Identifying novel protein biomarkers that correlate with clinical outcomes in patients with meniscus tears” in the laboratory of Dr. Christopher Mendias.
 
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Michael Pierides is a graduate of Cornell University College of Engineering. He’s studying the "Contribution of the immunoproteasome in controlling TLR-induced inflammatory response" in the laboratory of Dr. Franck Barrat.
 
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Sara Shanaj is a graduate of Hunter College, City University of New York. Her research is focused on “Precision medicine assays for infections and rheumatic disease" in the laboratory of Dr. Laura Donlin.
 
Photo of Gayathri Shibu
Gayathri Shibu is a graduate of Cornell University. Her research is focused on "Targeting components of transcription elongation machinery in macrophages to inhibit inflammation" in the laboratory of Dr. Inez Rogatsky.
 
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Eun Sung Suh is a graduate of Cornell University. He’s studying the “Differential contribution of bone cells to skeletal development and repair” in the laboratory of Dr. Ugur Ayturk.
 
Photo of Yunwei (June) Xia
Yunwei Xia is a graduate of Cornell University. Her research is focused on "Host immune response to bone injury in a murine tibial implant model" in the laboratory of Dr. Lionel Ivashkiv.
 

 

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