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Karen Kelley


Senior Co-op Coordinator & Assistant Director, 
Cooperative Education

Tali Konry


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

Single cell functional multi-omic analysis, Phenotypic drug profiling in droplet microfluidics for better targeting of drug-resistant tumors, Live single cell functional phenotyping and cell-cell communication in droplet nano-liter reactors

Abigail N. Koppes


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

bioelectric medicine, development of novel interventions and tissue engineered platforms for nerve regeneration and repair, body-on-a-chip for enteric-gut interactions

Kristina Kutsukos


Assistant Co-op Coordinator, 
Global Engineering Co-op

Carolyn W.T. Lee-Parsons


Associate Professor, 
jointly appointed in Chemical Engineering & Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Production of valuable pharmaceutical compounds from plant cell cultures, specifically the production of important anti-cancer drug molecules from cell cultures of Catharanthus roseus

Danielle Levac


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

virtual reality; video games; motor learning; rehabilitation; physical therapy; cerebral palsy; stroke; knowledge translation

Erel Levine


Associate Professor, 
Bioengineering

Systems and synthetic biology of the Brain-Immune-Gut super-system; Interactions among hosts and microbes; Deep learning approaches to interpreting biological data and designing biomedical solutions

Herbert Levine


University Distinguished Professor, 
jointly appointed in Physics & Bioengineering

Physical modeling of cancer progression, metastasis and interaction with the immune system. Most recent interests include the role of metabolic plasticity in these processes and the co-evolution of the tumor and the adaptive immune system. Other areas include spatial organization of the actin cytoskeleton, the mechanics of collective cell motility, and the analysis of genetic circuits involved in cell fate decisions.

Kim Lewis


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

Antimicrobial drug tolerance, antibiotic discovery, microbiome therapeutics

Jiahe Li


Assistant Professor, 
Bioengineering

Oral vaccine, host and oral microbiome interactions, microbiome engineering, and protein engineering-based cancer immunotherapy

Elizabeth Libby


Assistant Professor, 
Bioengineering

Synthetic biology, microbiology, biosensor development

Yingzi Lin


Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Human-machine systems, human factors, biosensing and smart systems, human state and behavior modeling, transportation safety, healthcare and patient safety, human-friendly mechatronics, and human-robot interaction

Carol Livermore


Associate Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

MEMS-enabled systems for assistive technologies, energy harvesting, and microscale vacuum applications; origami-enabled microfluidics and tissue engineering; carbon nanomaterials

Mingyang Lu


Assistant Professor, 
Bioengineering

computational systems biology, an integration of mathematical modeling and bioinformatics for studying gene regulatory networks, single cell genomics, epithelial-mesenchymal transition, coarse-graining, reverse engineering, machine learning, stochasticity and heterogeneity in gene expression

Lee Makowski


Professor and Chair, 
jointly appointed in Bioengineering & Chemistry and Chemical Biology

image and signal processing as applied to biophysical data designed to answer fundamental questions about the molecular basis of living systems, and progression of Alzheimer's Disease

Alex Makriyannis


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

Biotechnology and bio-organic chemistry
Danielle Freshnock

Danielle McKaig


Academic Coordinator, 
Bioengineering

Waleed Meleis


Associate Dean for Graduate Education, 
Office of the Dean

Combinatorial optimization, function approximation for large-scale machine learning, platforms for large-scale social experimentation, assistive technology

Mona Minkara


Assistant Professor, 
Bioengineering

Using computational methods including Monte Carlo methods, molecular dynamics simulations, and molecular docking calculations to obtain a fundamental understanding of molecular interactions that occur at biological interfaces, such as the pulmonary surfactant system in the lungs

Miguel Mireles Nunez


Postdoctoral Research Associate, 
Bioengineering