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== '''Alumni''' ==
== '''Alumni''' ==
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'''Erinn Dandley''' North Carolina State University Biomedical Engineering PhD Program<br>
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'''Prateek Katti'''  University of Pennsylvania Department of Biology<br>
'''Ravitheja (Ravi) Yelleswarapu'''  Biomedical Engineering at Boston University<br>
'''Ravitheja (Ravi) Yelleswarapu'''  Biomedical Engineering at Boston University<br>
'''Jaclyn Somadelis'''  Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts<br>
'''Jaclyn Somadelis'''  Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts<br>
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== '''Post-docs''' ==
== '''Post-docs''' ==
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The Peyton lab is currently recruiting Post-docs. See [http://peyton.openwetware.org/Open_Positions.html Open Positions] for more information!
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The Peyton lab is not currently recruiting Post-docs.

Revision as of 10:00, 8 June 2012

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Principal Investigator

Shelly Peyton, Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
686 N. Pleasant St.
159 Goessmann Lab
Amherst, MA 01003
Phone: (413) 545-1133

Current CV




Graduate Students

Will Herrick
ChemE PhD Program, Current CV
Thuy Nguyen
ChemE PhD Program, Current CV
Dannielle Ryman
MCB PhD Program, Current CV
Lauren Barney
ChemE PhD Program, Current CV


Undergraduate Students

Erinn Dandley
ChemE Senior, Current CV
Tyler Vlass
ChemE Senior, Current CV
Jonathan Chiang
ChemE Sophomore
Prateek Katti
ChemE Senior
Danielle Lavalley
ChemE Junior
Max Nowak
ChemE Junior

Alumni

Erinn Dandley North Carolina State University Biomedical Engineering PhD Program
Prateek Katti University of Pennsylvania Department of Biology
Ravitheja (Ravi) Yelleswarapu Biomedical Engineering at Boston University
Jaclyn Somadelis Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts

Post-docs

The Peyton lab is not currently recruiting Post-docs.
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