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As of December 2016, we are very proud to have 60 Alumni of the PSM in Nanoscience program. We are pleased that our Alumni have enjoyed their degree program and have found jobs. Use these pages to find out more about them. Ask about their experiences, and/or obtain mentoring advice.
How we reached the current number of Alumni is described in detail under Recent Graduate Experiences
All Alums have done an Applied Project, considered as the culminating experience of the program. We feature individual Alumni, along wth their Project Advisors and Project Abstracts, at Alumni Projects
The remaining pages are experimental, and will evolve in response to what the Alumni and Current Students want. LinkedIn and Facebook groups are featured at PSM-Nano Alumni and Student Groups
There are opportunities for Alums to mentor students and advise applicants at Become a Mentor Alums themselves can take a Student Survey. .Let us know whether you find this information interesting/ useful.
Timothy joined the PSM Nanoscience program in Spring 2018 after completing a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from the U. of Idaho in 2015. His research interests include response of biological systems to external vibrations and nanoscale processes related to neurological formations and functions. He joined Prof Stephanopoulos’ group to study coiled coil peptide-DNA hybrid nanocages with the goal of forming peptide-DNA conjugated nanocages for use in bioactivation-based therapies.