LAYTON LAB

Spring 2006

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

 

Kathleen Allen, M.D. Ph. D. Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Mechanics of Axonal Motor Proteins

Email:  kba22@drexel.edu

 

 

Fadil Mert Sasoglu Ph. D. Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Picoforce Transduction of Neuronal Cells, Nanomanipulation

Email:  mert@drexel.edu

 

 

Stephanie Sullivan, Ph. D. Student

SuperNOVA Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Genetics of Structural Proteins, Microfabrication, Hematology

Email:  ssullivan@drexel.edu

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

 

 

Adam Zeiger, B.S. Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Mechanical Modelling of Microtubule Structure and Function

Email: asz22@drexel.edu

 

 

Greg Buzby, B.S. STAR Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Nanomanipulation devices

 

 

Aisha Granville, B.S. Student

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Research: Intermolecular Forces of Structural Proteins

 

 

John Palermo, B.S. STAR Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Nanomanipulation devices

 

 

Prasanna Ramakrishnan, M.S. Student

Major: Electrical Engineering

Research: Molecular Dynamics and Modeling

 

 

Sidia Rose, B.S. N. Student

Major:  Nursing

Research: Protein Genetics

Email: SidiaroseP@aol.com

 

 

Aditya Shah, B.S. Student

Major: Electrical Engineering

Research: Microfabrication Technologies and Design

 

 

Marcella Stokes, B.S. Student

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Research: Microfabrication, Nanofabrication

 

MENTORSHIP STUDENTS

What is Mentorship?

 

 

 

Fahmida Azad, HS Student

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Research: One-dimensional simulation of collagen triple helix self-assembly

 

 

Sally Tan, HS Student

Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Research: One-dimensional simulation of collagen triple helix self-assembly

 

 

Luke Irvin, Pine Grove HS, PA
Dan Mattson, Springfield HS, PA
Mike Iannuzzi, Glenbard West HS, IL with
Summer Mentorship Coordinator, Amy Campbell


Research: Next-generation Educational Atomic Force Microscope, 2005

 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

 

 

 

Eric Johnson, HS Student

Plymouth Whitemarsh High School

Research and other interests: Nanomanipulation Interface Design, Atomic Force Microscopy, Japanese



 

 

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