Ph.D. student Lainie Eisner was drawn to Cornell’s specifically for it's relationship with Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Read more
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Alex Cruz is a doctoral student in biomedical engineering from New Jersey. He studies tissue engineering approaches to calcific aortic valve disease under the guidance of Jonathan Butcher at Cornell. Read more
( If you arrived at this page expecting to find a profile of Ambika Pachaury, click here ! ) Jesus Miguel Lopez Baltazar has always had a penchant for mathematics and chemistry and possessed a drive... Read more
Erica Pratt's doctoral work in Dr. Brian Kirby's lab focused on investigating circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in the peripheral blood system of patients with solid tumors and how these cells can be used as a noninvasive tumor surrogate, and as prognostic biomarkers for survival in advanced disease. Read more
Ph.D. student Serafina Lopez describes her meniscus tissue engineering research in the Bonassar Lab and what she's gained during her time at Cornell. Read more
Tomás Rossetti spent the first 26 years of his life in Santiago, Chile. When he was in middle school the city of roughly six million people undertook a radical reorganization of its public... Read more
Raul Astudillo wants to help machines and people make better decisions. Toward that end, he studies Bayesian methods for efficient sequential decision-making for problems where there is a nested... Read more