PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, BIOENGINEERING


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EDUCATION:
PhD, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
MS, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
BA, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Wells College

POSITIONS & AWARDS:
2013 Landolt Mentor Award Nominee
2013 Editorial Board, Bioengineering
2013 Newsweek: 125 Women of Impact
2012 NIH Director's New Innovator Award
2010 Creative & Novel Ideas in HIV Research (CNIHR) Award
2010 - present Assistant Professor, Bioengineering, University of Washington
2008 - 2010 L'Oreal USA Fellowship for Women in Science
2008 - 2009 NIH Vascular Research Postdoctoral Training Fellowship
2006 - 2008 NIH Genomics Postdoctoral Training Fellowship
2006 - 2009 Postdoctoral Fellow, Biomedical Engineering, Yale University
2003 Centennial Teaching Assistant Award, Stanford University
1999 - 2002 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
1998 General Electric Research Fellow, Cornell University
1998 Phi Beta Kappa, Wells College
1998 Koch Prize, Wells College
1998 Nancy A. Reed Chemistry Prize, Wells College
1997 NSF Research Fellow, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
1994 - 1998 Henry Wells Scholar, Wells College

PERSONAL:
Indulgences Sunday NY Times (paper edition), Harper's, Bakery Nouveau | Therapy Running | Timeless Reads Fiction: Lonesome Dove, Non-fiction: Outliers, Self-help: Marcus Aurelius' - Meditations | Listening Amok - Atoms for Peace | Watching Have not owned a television since mid-1990s | Hiring Question Apollo 13 Dilemma - How do you get a square peg in a round hole? | Loathe Ego, Negativity | Love Morning cups of strong black tea and long conversations on the sofa with my husband.

Last updated: 05/2014