• Aadithya Kannan - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2018
    Home Department: Chemical Engineering
    Faculty Advisor: Gerald Fuller
    Talk Title: Dilatation mechanics and bubble coalescence of monoclonal antibody interfaces
    Event: Annual European Rheology Conference 2018

    Awarded in 2017
    Talk Title: Interfacial viscoelasticity of therapeutic protein solutions and The influence of protein- polymeric surfactant interfacial co-adsorption on thin film drainage and bubble coalescence
    Event: The Society of Rheology 88th Annual Meeting and the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry
  • Aaron Cravens - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2017

    Home Department: Bioengineering
    Faculty Advisor: Christina Smolke
    Talk Title: Reconstitution of somatic hypermutation in yeast for targeted evolution
    Event: 2017 Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Evolution

  • Aaron Goodman - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2016
    Home Department: Biology
    Faculty Advisor: Marcus Feldman
    Talk Title: Stochastically varying environments promote evolution of modularity and hierarchy in simulated bacterial metabolic networks
    Event: 2016 Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution

    Awarded in 2015

    Talk Title: Evolution of Hierarchy in Bacterial Metabolic Networks
    Event: 2015 Society for Molecular and Evolutionary Biology Annual Meeting

  • Aaron Kucyi - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2019

    Home Department: Neurology & Neurological Sciences
    Faculty Advisor: Josef Parvizi
    Talk Title: Human intracranial electrophysiology of the default, dorsal attention and salience networks
    Event: Organization for Human Brain Mapping 2019
    Supported by The Matthew Frank Family

  • Aashrith Saraswathibhatla - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2022

    Home Department: Mechanical Engineering
    Faculty Advisor: Ovijit Chaudhuri
    Talk Title: Principles of force coordination during collective cell migration
    Event: European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology 2022

    Supported by The Matthew Frank Family

  • Abdullah-Al-Zubaer Imran - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2021

    Home Department: Radiology
    Faculty Advisor: Adam Wang
    Talk Title: SSIQA: Multi-task Learning for Non-Reference CT Image Quality Assessment With Self-Supervised Noise Level Prediction
    Event: International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging 2021

  • Abhay Bangalore Ramachandra - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2016

    Home Department: ICME
    Faculty Advisor: Alison Marsden
    Talk Title: Virtual Evaluation Of Surgical Revascularization Techniques In Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
    Event: 2016 Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference - Abhay was a finalist at the student paper competition, garnering the third place prize.

  • Abigail Grosskopf - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2021

    Home Department: Chemical Engineering
    Faculty Advisor: Eric Appel
    Talk Title: Polymer Nanoparticle Hydrogels for Improved Cell Transplantation
    Event: 2021 AIChE Annual Meeting
    Abigail gave two talks virtually and one in person. She received 2nd place in the Graduate Polymer Science Awards session and 3rd place in the Graduate Biomaterials Awards session.

  • Adam Bush - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2020

    Home Department: Radiology
    Faculty Advisor: Shreyas Vasanawala
    Talk Title: Ungated, motion robust, simultaneous cardiac and liver T2* quantification via rosette k-Space sampling
    Event: International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine’s 28th Annual Meeting - Adam received a Magna Cum Laude abstract award for his talk.
    Supported by The Matthew Frank Family

  • Adam de la Zerda - Bio-X Travel Awardee

    Awarded in 2010
    Home Department: Electrical Engineering
    Faculty Advisor: Sam Gambhir
    Talk Title: Family of enhanced photoacoustic imaging agents for high sensitivity and multiplexing studies in living mice
    Event: World Molecular Imaging Congress 2010

    Awarded in 2009

    Talk Title: Photoacoustic Molecular Imaging using Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Living Mice
    Event: World Molecular Imaging Congress 2008 - Adam received the Young Investigator Award for his work.

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