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Current Researchers

The B2K Group

Researchers

Jennifer Yang

Jennifer Yang

PhD Student (2021)

BS Bioengineering, UCR

PhD Topic: Transport and Drug Delivery Devices for TBI Decompressive Craniectomy

Collaboration with Dr. Byron Ford, School of Medicine, UC Riverside

Raymond Yeung

Ray Yeung

PhD Student (2021)

BS Bioengineering, UC Berkeley

PhD Topic: Transport and Separations of Non-Buoyant Rectangular Objectives

Co-advised with Dr. William Grover, College of Engineering, UC Riverside

MS Topic: Enhanced Ultrafiltration with Carbon Nanotube Charged Membranes (2017)

Collaboration with Dr. David Jassby, College of Engineering, UCLA

Alan Giglio

Alan Giglio

PhD Student (2024)

BS Chemistry, UC Santa Cruz

MS Bioengineering, UCR

PhD Topic: Device for Long-Term Therapy for Acute Edema after Spinal Cord Injury

Collaboration with Dr. Devin Binder, School of Medicine, UC Riverside

Sujani Tavva

Sujani Tavva

MS Student (2021)

BS Bioengineering, UCR

MS Topic: Osmotic Pressure Indications of Changes in SASA of Interacting Proteins

 

Etchi Ako

Etchi Ako

BS Bioengineering Student
Neuregulin-1 Downregulation of Genes Following Ischemic Stroke
Kimberly Bennett

Kimberly Bennett

BS Bioengineering Student
Neuregulin-1 Upregulation of Genes Following Ischemic Stroke
Aneeque

Aneeque Hasan

BS Bioengineering Student
Transport and Separations of Non-Buoyant Rectangular Objectives
Nicolas Morales

Nicolas Morales

BS Bioengineering Student
Transport and Drug Delivery Devices for TBI Decompressive Craniectomy
Manuel Duran

Manuel Duran

BS Bioengineering Student
Transport and Separations of Non-Buoyant Rectangular Objectives
Hursh SIngh

Hursh Singh

BS Bioengineering Student
Neuregulin-1 on Recognized Neuroprotective Genes Following Ischemic Stroke

Open Positions for Graduate and Undergraduate Researchers

The B2K Group offers the unique experience of combining experimental observation with computational analysis on interdisciplinary biomedical engineering projects. Professor Rodgers is always interested in working with talented and motivated individuals who have a drive to apply fundamental engineering principles to biological systems to quantitatively unravel their mystery and ultimately improve health. If you are interested in joining the B2K Group, please contact Professor V. G. J. Rodgers directly.