Lab Group Illustration (credit Jennifer Li)

Fraser Lab Members

The Fraser lab welcomes people of any race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender identity, gender expression, caregiver and family commitments, political affiliation, sexual orientation, and eligible age or disability status.
See our lab compact and philosophy.

James Fraser, Ph.D.
James Fraser, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Principal Investigator
jfraser (at) fraserlab.com
0000-0002-5080-2859
jamesSfraser
Profile
James's Citations
@fraser_lab
fraserlab

James was an undergraduate at McGill University, where he worked in the lab of Dr. Francois Fagotto on Xenopus developmental biology. During the summers, he returned to his hometown of Toronto and worked in Dr. Alan Davidson’s lab on TetR repressor biophysics and bacteriophage genomics.

He moved to California in 2005 to do his Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology at UC Berkeley. There, he worked with Dr. Tom Alber creating biophysical methods to characterize protein side chain flexibility in high resolution X-ray electron density maps. They applied these techniques to study connections between conformational dynamics and enzymatic catalysis, showing that room temperature, but not standard cryogenic, X-ray data collection could reveal the structural basis for critical functional motions.

Near the end of his Ph.D., he was an EMBO Short-Term Fellow in Dr. Dan Tawfik’s lab at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Concurrently, he authored the problems and solutions manual for the physical chemistry textbook The Molecules of Life by Kuriyan, Konforti, and Wemmer.

In January 2011, James started his independent career as a QB3 at UCSF Fellow affiliated with the Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology. In January 2013, he was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences and the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) with promotion to Associate Professor in 2016, and Full Professor in 2020. He is currently the Vice Dean of Research for the UCSF School of Pharmacy.

The lab is also part of the Macromolecular Structure Group at UCSF and BioXFEL, a Science and Technology Center established by the National Science Foundation. We maintain a deep connection with Macomolecular Crystallography Beamline 8.3.1., directed by Dr. James Holton, at the Advanced Light Source. James is also a Faculty Scientist in the Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Associate Director of the Biophysics Graduate Program, and Associate Director of the Quantitative Biosciences Initiative.

In addition to all the exciting developments in the lab, James is on the board of ASAPbio and has a long standing interest in teaching computational biology, baseball statistics, and project-based courses. The lab is committed to publishing our code, disseminating our datasets, and posting manuscripts on preprint servers. His full conflicts of interest are available here.


Pooja Asthana, Ph.D.
Pooja Asthana, Ph.D.
she/her/hers
Postdoctoral Scholar
pasthana (at) fraserlab.com
0000-0002-3417-9198
pooja-asthana-0602786b
@Pooja_Seh

Pooja received her Ph.D. from the University of Oulu in Finland. Her thesis focused on the structural characterization of mycobacterial membrane proteins using X-ray crystallography and small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS).

In the Fraser lab, Pooja will utilize both X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM to study the drug complexes of tubulin and understand the molecular mechanism of resistance of anti-parasitic drugs.

Outside of lab, Pooja enjoys long walks and board games.


Priyanka Bajaj, Ph.D.
Priyanka Bajaj, Ph.D.
she/her/hers
Postdoctoral Scholar
priyanka.bajaj (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0001-8474-6149
priyanka-bajaj-a81a40104
Priyanka's Citations
@Priyank67495046

Priyanka did her Bachelor’s in Biochemistry at Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi and her Master’s in Biochemistry at the University of Hyderabad. She completed her Ph.D. from Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science under Prof. Raghavan Vardarajan. Her Ph.D. work involved developing high-thoughput screens for measuring the mutational sensitivity of the toxin component of the toxin-antitoxin system of E. coli. She carried out deep mutational scans of the site-saturation mutagenesis library and single-site synonymous mutant library of the toxin gene in operonic context.

In the Fraser lab, Priyanka will perform deep mutational scanning on cancer-related proteins.

Outside the lab, Priyanka likes to dance, go on adventurous trips and explore the city.


Lena Bergmann, Ph.D.
Lena Bergmann, Ph.D.
she/her/hers
Associate Specialist
lena.bergmann (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0003-1336-0323

Lena graduated in pharmacy at the Julius-Maximilians-University in Wuerzburg, Germany. During her Ph.D. in biochemistry at the LMU Munich, she focused on the molecular mechanism of chromatin remodeler recruitment in yeast.

In the Fraser lab, Lena is responsible for lab management as well as protein purifications and subsequent assays.

On the weekends you can find her hiking in the forest or mountains or going to the ballet.


Daphne Chen
Daphne Chen
she/her/hers
Graduate Student, Biophysics (Discovery Fellow)
daphne.chen (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-5571-3548

Daphne graduated from UCLA with a degree in Biophysics. As an undergraduate, she studied the effects of chaotropes and kosmotropes on protein hydration layers under the guidance of Dr. Giovanni Zocchi.

She discovered her interest in structural biology when she spent a summer working under Dr. Kliment Verba at UCSF, and will pursue structural biology-related projects as a member of the Fraser lab.

Outside of lab, Daphne enjoys exploring San Francisco, playing video games, reading, and playing with her cat Lilly.

Daphne is supported by a graduate fellowship from the UCSF Discovery Fellows Program.


Galen Correy, Ph.D.
Galen Correy, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Staff Scientist
galen.correy (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0001-5155-7325
gcorrey

Galen’s research interest lies in using structural biology to tackle problems in protein engineering and drug design. He earned his Ph.D. from the Australian National University, where he worked with Dr. Colin Jackson on the structure, function and evolution of insect enzymes that detoxify organophosphate nerve agents.

In the Fraser lab, first as a postdoc and now as a staff scientist, Galen is using recently developed methods in fragment-based drug discovery to guide the design of new inhibitors of an emerging anti-cancer therapeutic target and leading the high-throughput crystallography component of the QCRG AVIDD Program to discover new anti-virals.


Mohamad Dandan, Ph.D.
Mohamad Dandan, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Postdoctoral Scholar
mohamad.dandan (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-3751-8968
mohamad-talal-dandan-ph-d-21a512179
Profile
Mohamad's Citations
MTDandan

Mohamad hails from Southern California where he attended UC Irvine to pursue his B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Here, he researched fruit flies, bacteria and viruses. For his Ph.D. studies in Metabolic Biology, he trained under Dr. Marc Hellerstein at UC Berkeley on stable isotope methods and technology combined with mass spectrometry to investigate the fluxes of metabolic pathways in human health and disease.

In the Fraser lab, Mohamad is pursuing his postdoctoral studies where he will emerge in biophysics and structural biology to study ribosomal structures of M. tuberculosis using Cryo-EM.

For his recreational activities, Mohamad really enjoys going to concerts with his wife and playing guitar.


Robbie graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in Neuroscience. He studied how transcription factors regulate axon regeneration in the central nervous system as an undergraduate in Dr. Vance Lemmon’s lab.

In the Fraser lab, Robbie is interested in utilizing biochemical and structural techniques to study interactions between chitin-binding proteins and chitin.

When he’s not in lab, Robbie is promoting DEI efforts, reading books (more often tweets), or enjoying a San Francisco park.

Robbie is supported by graduate fellowships from NSF and HHMI, and his cats Boo the Cat and Timo the Cat.


Gabriella Estevam
Gabriella Estevam
she/her/hers
Graduate Student, Tetrad
gabriella.estevam (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-9142-7805
gestevam
@GabbyEstevam
gestevam

Gabby graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. As an undergraduate, she studied the structure and dynamics of telomeres and telomerase under the mentorship of Dr. Michael Stone, where her focus was on developing a high-throughput platform to study telomere lengthening.

In the Fraser lab, Gabby is interested in studying the allosteric regulation of kinase activity through molecular and structural biology.

Outside of lab, Gabby enjoys exploring nature and tries her best to longboard.


Eric Greene, Ph.D.
Eric Greene, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Postdoctoral Scholar (F32 NRSA)
Eric.Greene (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0003-1717-0914
eric-greene-1b169847
Eric's Citations
@EricRGreene1
egreene488

Eric is interested in understanding how protein conformations impact function and regulation, and, how posttranslational factors that occur throughout a protein’s lifetime further tune function. Eric graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with degrees in Biochemistry and Molecular, Cellular, and Development Biology. As an undergraduate, he worked with Dr. Zhongping Tan using chemical biology approaches to study glycosylated proteins. As a graduate student in Dr. Andy Martin’s lab at UC Berkeley, Eric studied how conformations and conformational dynamics of the 26S proteasome influence degradation processes. He also collaborated with Dr. Susan Marqusee’s lab to help illuminate how energetic changes conferred by site-specific ubiquitination on substrate proteins influenced whether, and how, these proteins were degraded by the proteasome.

In the Fraser lab, Eric seeks to understand how protein conformational states influence activity and regulation of metabolic enzymes.

When not in the lab, Eric enjoys spending time at home with his cats Stella, Bart, and Dusty, climbing, running, skiing, mountain biking, and cooking.

Eric is supported by a Kirschstein NRSA (F32) fellowship from NIH/NIGMS.


Daniel Hogan, Ph.D.
Daniel Hogan, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Programmer
daniel.hogan (at) ucsf.edu
https://dhogan.io/
0000-0003-3375-408X
dhogan-io

Daniel graduated from Stanford, where he worked on single-molecule biophysics with Dr. Steven Block.

In the Fraser lab, Daniel works to improve and expand the lab’s computational resources. He’s passionate about open science, open data, and open-source software.

Outside of lab, Daniel can usually be found running or playing board games.


Sonya Lee
Sonya Lee
she/her/hers
Junior Specialist
sonya.somin.lee (at) gmail.com
0000-0002-7175-7487

Sonya graduated from Williams College with a degree in Chemistry. As an undergraduate, she studied antibiotic resistance mutations in beta-lactamase under Dr. Kathryn Hart.

In the Fraser lab, Sonya will be studying antibiotic resistance mechanisms.

Outside of the lab, she likes to listen to podcasts and stare into space.


Christian Macdonald, Ph.D.
Christian Macdonald, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Postdoctoral Scholar
christian.macdonald (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-0201-8832
Profile
Christian's Citations
@protostasis
odcambc

Christian graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Mathematics and Biochemistry, where he conducted research in the total synthesis of marine natural products with Dr. George Pettit. Afterwards, he attended the University of Michigan for his Ph.D. in Biophysics. In Dr. Randy Stockbridge’s lab, he studied the evolution and function of a number of membrane protein families.

Outside of lab, he enjoys books, music, being outdoors and/or on a bike, and drinking too much coffee.


Tushar Raskar, Ph.D.
Tushar Raskar, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar
rtushar61 (at) gmail.com
0000-0001-7188-7428
tushar-raskar-50081213
Tushar's Citations
@rtushar61
rtushar76

Tushar recently graduated from Department of Chemistry, Universität Hamburg. His research project was carried out in the laboratories of Dr. Arwen Pearson (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science) and Dr. Trevor Forsyth (Institut Laue-Langevin). As a graduate student, he worked on two enzyme systems: E. coli copper amine oxidase (ECAO) and aspartate α-decarboxylase (ADC). In case of ECAO, he explored the effect of two non active site mutations whereas in case of ADC, he studied the effect of binding of a ligand on structure and dynamics of these enzymes. For this, he used a combination of neutron spectroscopy, X-ray/neutron diffraction and molecular dynamics simulations.

In the Fraser lab, Tushar will work on the structural basis of translation stalling using single particle cryo-EM. He will create a predictive model for interactions between nascent peptide motifs, small molecules, and the ribosome.


Ashraya Ravikumar, Ph.D.
Ashraya Ravikumar, Ph.D.
she/her/hers
Postdoctoral Scholar
aravikumar (at) fraserlab.com
0000-0002-4902-4025
ashraya-ravikumar-2647a39b
Ashraya's Citations
@ashrayaravi
ashrayar

Ashraya graduated from Anna University, India with a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science. She completed her Ph.D. in the Molecular Biophysics Unit at the Indian Insitute of Science in March 2021. During her Ph.D., Ashraya performed computational studies to understand various aspects of stereochemistry of crystal and cryo-EM protein structures.

In the Fraser Lab, Ashraya seeks to develop ensemble modeling methods for cryo-EM and X-ray crystallography.


CJ San Felipe
CJ San Felipe
he/him/his
Graduate Student, Tetrad
cj.sanfelipe (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-2695-5951
cj-san-felipe-41060920b
cjsf

CJ graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Genetics, Genomics and Developmental Biology. As an undergraduate, he studied how somitogenesis is initiated in Xenopus laevis under the mentorship of Dr. Richard Harland.

Outside of lab, CJ enjoys biking, hiking, cooking, and music, and playing guitar.


Stephanie graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. During undergrad, she performed research on pancreas development under Dr. Kimberly Tremblay. She also performed research on the economics of the Clean Water Act under Dr. Paul Kolkoswki. Subsequently, she worked as a senior research data specialist and a computational biologist at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. There, she worked on many genitourinary translational research projects under Dr. Eliezer Van Allen and Dr. Joaquim Bellmunt.

Outside of lab Stephanie enjoys running, reading, gardening, and eating lots of lettuce.

Stephanie is supported by graduate fellowships from NSF and the UCSF Discovery Fellows Program.


Affiliates


Willow Coyote-Maestas, Ph.D.
Willow Coyote-Maestas, Ph.D.
he/him/his
Affiliate, HHMI Hanna Gray and
QBI Fellow
willow.coyote-maestas (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0001-9614-5340
Scholar Citations
@willowcoyote
coywil26

Willow graduated from the Evergreen State College with degrees in Chemistry and Environmental studies. As an undergraduate in Dr. Anitra Ingalls’s lab at the University of Washington, he studied how B vitamins mediate microbial interactions and diversity in the open ocean. For graduate school, Willow did his Ph.D. in Dr. Daniel Schmidt’s lab at the University of Minnesota, where he developed massively parallel sequencing-based methods to study and engineer proteins. Using mutational and insertional scanning methods, Willow found these methods can be useful for identifying regions of a protein involved in functionally meaningful conformational changes, developed mechanistic models for how to assemble protein domains to create useful multi-domain protein tools, and studied the evolution of ion channel regulation.

As an HHMI Hanna Gray and QBI Fellow, Willow is inventing high-throughput sequencing-based biophysics and biochemistry methods for understanding how a genetic, chemical, or physical perturbations alters the trafficking or functional state of receptors. The long-term goal of this work is to build mechanistic holistic models of how receptors break in disease and work in normal physiology


Violla Bassim, Ph.D.
Violla Bassim, Ph.D.
she/her/hers
Affiliate, X-ray Crystallography Core Manager
violla.bassim (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0003-0007-5988
violla-bassim-551553110

I graduated from Aix Marseille university in France with a Ph.D. degree in structural biochemistry. During my Ph.D., I studied, at the functional and structural levels, two component systems involved in the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. After that, I joined the structural motility team at Curie Institute in Paris as a postdoctoral researcher. My project aimed to understand how does the human cardiac myosin interacts with other proteins and how dysfunction can lead to hypertrophic cardiomyopathies. ​

At UCSF, I will manage the X-ray Crystallography Core. I will also be involved in identifying new anti-viral compounds by X-ray crystallography.

Outside the lab, I enjoy listening to music, shopping, hiking, and discovering new places around the world.


Donovan Trinidad
Donovan Trinidad
he/him/his
Affiliate, Graduate Student, BMS (F31 NRSA)
donovan.trinidad (at) ucsf.edu
0000-0002-1439-9927
donovan-trinidad-b97a3511b
Scholar Citations

Donovan graduated from CUNY John Jay College with a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. As an undergraduate, he worked under Dr. Nathan Lents to help develop a computational model that determined an individual’s time of death based on changes in the cadaver’s skin microbiome.

In collaboration with Dr. Willow Coyote-Maestas, he is studying the structure-function relationship of the ESX-3 secretion system in M. smegmatis.

Outside of lab, Donovan enjoys watching movies, gaming, reading, and listening to music. He promises he isn’t ignoring you, he’s just wearing headphones and they’re hidden by his hair.

Donovan is supported by a Kirschstein NRSA (F31) fellowship from NIH/NIGMS.


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Fraser Lab Alumni


Jen Michaud, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist
she/her/hers
2020 - 2022
Subsequently: Lab Manager and Cell Culture Lead @ Scale Biosciences
0000-0002-0872-0825
jennifermmichaud
Jen’s Citations
@jmmichaud
jmmichaud


Jenna Pellegrino, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Biophysics (NSF GRFP)
she/her/hers
2018 - 2022
Subsequently: Scientist @ ArrePath
0000-0002-6212-395X
jenna-pellegrino-562ab2190
jepellegrino


Alexis Kelley
PROPEL Scholar
she/her/hers
2021 - 2022
Subsequently: Graduate Student - Johns Hopkins University
alexis-kelley-469881141
@Penguin_Chika
akelley1207


Angelika Arada
Junior Specialist
she/her/hers
2021 - 2022
Subsequently: Graduate Student - UCSF
angelikaarada


Iris Young, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar (F32 NRSA)
he/him/his
2018 - 2022
Subsequently: Scientist @ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
https://irisdyoung.github.io/
0000-0003-4713-9504
iris-young-1b884a114
Iris’s Citations
@irisdyoung
irisdyoung


José Luis Olmos, Jr., Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
he/him/his
2020 - 2021
0000-0001-8400-0822
jose-olmos-120b9a144
José’s Citations
@joseluisolmosjr
joeyolmos


D. John Lee, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar (F32 NRSA)
he/him/his
2017 - 2021
Subsequently: Electron Microscopy Core Manager @ Altos Labs
0000-0002-5132-3243
djohnlee
John’s Citations
djohnlee


Lin Liu, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist
she/her/hers
2011 - 2021
Subsequently: Senior Scientist @ Remegen
0000-0003-1283-1410
lin-liu-bab89028
Lin’s Citations
lliu1234


Erin Thompson, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
she/her/hers
2015 - 2020
Subsequently: Scientist @ Octant
0000-0002-6085-3051
erin-thompson-6700a836
Erin’s Citations
@ernpossible
eposs


Michael Thompson, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar (BioXFEL, F32 NRSA, PBBR Fellow)
he/him/his
2014 - 2020
Subsequently: Assistant Professor @ UC Merced
https://thompsonlab.science
0000-0002-6099-2027
michael-thompson-612796ab
Michael’s Citations
@MThompsonLab
miket928


Leah Roe
Junior Specialist
she/her/hers
2019 - 2020
Subsequently: Graduate Student - Schepartz Lab @ UC Berkeley
0000-0002-2487-5587
leahroe
Leah’s Citations
@leahtangroe


Hector Chaires
Junior Specialist
he/him/his
2019 - 2020
Subsequently: Medical Student @ UT Southwestern
0000-0002-8493-4489
hector-chaires-a382b080
@hectorchaires6
hchaires


Alexander Wolff, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Biophysics (Discovery Fellow, ARCS Scholar)
he/him/his
2015 - 2020
Subsequently: Medical Writer @ Health Interactions; now Specialist - Thompson Lab @ UC Merced
0000-0003-0474-7673
lifehasorder
Alexander’s Citations
@LifeHasOrder
LifeHasOrder


Saulo de Oliveira, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar
he/him/his
2018 - 2019
Subsequently: Bioinformatics Scientist @ Frontier Medicines
saulodeoliveira
Saulo’s Citations
sauloho



Justin Biel, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Biophysics (NSF GRFP) (2014-2019),
Staff Scientist (2019-2021)

he/him/his
2014 - 2021
Subsequently: Scientist @ Relay Therapeutics
0000-0002-0935-8362
justin-biel-86a319219
Justin’s Citations
@thebieldeal
bielj



Brandi Hudson, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
she/her/hers
2016 - 2018
Subsequently: Scientist @ Relay Therapeutics
http://brandimhudson.com
0000-0003-2288-9157
brandimhudson
Brandi’s Citations
bmhudson


Daniel Keedy, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow (A.P. Giannini Foundation)
he/him/his
2012 - 2017
Subsequently: Assistant Professor @ City University of New York
https://keedylab.org/
0000-0002-9184-7586
danielkeedy
Daniel’s Citations
@DanielKeedy
dkeedy


David Mavor, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Biophysics
he/him/his
2011 - 2017
Subsequently: Postdoctoral Fellow - Bolon Lab @ UMass Medical School; now Adjunct Teaching Professor @ Worcester Polytechnic Institute
0000-0002-8281-1493
David’s Citations
mavord


Andrew Van Benschoten, Ph.D.
Graduate Student, Biophysics
he/him/his
2012 - 2015
Subsequently: Senior Data Scientist - Oracle; now Senior Manager, Data Science - Ovative Group
0000-0002-7944-6237
andrewhvbs
Andrew’s Citations
@vanben11
vanbenschoten


Lillian Kenner, Ph.D.
Specialist
she/her/hers
2011 - 2014
Subsequently: Graduate Student, Biophysics - Frost Lab @ UCSF; now Postdoctoral Fellow - Dueber Lab @ Genentech
0000-0002-8004-9730
lillian-kenner-707846b8
Lillian’s Citations


Khanh Vuu
Assistant Specialist
she/her/hers
2012 - 2013
Subsequently: Research Associate @ JBEI/LBL
khanh-charlee-vuu-80407230


Avi Samelson, Ph.D.
Technician
he/him/his
2011
Subsequently: Graduate Student, Molecular and Cell Biology - Marqusee Lab @ UC Berkeley; now Postdoctoral Fellow - Kampmann Lab @ UCSF
avi-s-39081a39


Undergraduate Interns


Esmeralda Mendoza - SRTP Student
she/her/hers
2022


Sophia Staggers - BioXFEL Intern
she/her/hers
2021


Joanna Maddela - SRTP Student
she/her/hers
2021


Mario Rodriguez - SRTP Student
he/him/his
2019
Subsequently: Graduate Student @ Scripps


Violla Bassim, Ph.D. - Affiliate, X-ray Crystallography Core Manager
she/her/hers
2022 -


SEP High School Interns


Vanessa Zhu
2018 - 2019
she/her/hers
Subsequently: Undergraduate @ UC Los Angeles


Ralp Basilio
2016 - 2018
he/him/his
Subsequently: Undergraduate @ San Jose State University


Saul Cortez
2015 - 2017
he/him/his
Subsequently: Undergraduate @ San Francisco State University


Jennifer Li
2014 - 2017
she/her/hers
Subsequently: Undergraduate @ UC Davis


Jessica Calderon
2011 - 2012
she/her/hers
Subsequently: Undergraduate @ City College of San Francisco


Fraser Lab Visitors


Rocco Caliandro, Ph.D. - Visiting Professor from National Research Council of Italy Institute of Crystallography
2020


Roberto Chica, Ph.D. - Visiting Sabbatical Professor from University of Ottawa
2018


Kazutaka Ito, Ph.D. - Visiting Scientist from Asahi Kasei
2017 - 2018


Tomas Lazarou - Visiting Technician from McMaster University
2016
he/him/his


Dan Bolon, Ph.D. - Visiting Sabbatical Professor from University of Massachusetts
2014


Hiroki Yamamura - Visiting Scholar from JSR Corporation
2022 - Present


We miss our alumni!