Paresh Shrimali, PhD
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Paresh joined the Rudra Lab as a postdoctoral research associate in October 2019. He completed his Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India in 2019. His research interests include Biomaterial based Immunoengineering. In the Rudra Lab, his focus is to understand the mechanism of self-assembled peptide nanofiber uptake by immune cells and underlying innate immune mechanisms in order to maximize their translation potential for Immunotherapies and Vaccines. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and exploring new places.
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Conor graduated from Northwestern University in 2018, majoring in biomedical engineering and mathematics, and now investigates how applying block heterochirality patterns to self-assembling peptides impacts supramolecular assembly and vaccine efficacy. In his free time Conor enjoys playing rugby, running with his dog (Charlie), and watching baseball, football, and old movies with his cat (Cloud) and rabbit (Nibbler).
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Zain completed his BS in biomedical engineering at Purdue University in 2019 and now investigates supramolecular interactions in biomaterial scaffolds for regenerative medicine & drug delivery. In his free time Zain enjoys gardening and cooking.
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Darren has been a part of Rudra Lab since his undergraduate years and is continuing to work with Dr. Rudra after completing his Bachelors to prepare himself for further academic career. He is a big fan of gaming and often participates in tournaments when he is not doing research. If I add more text does that fix it? If I add more text does that fix it? If I add more text does that fix it? If I add more text does that fix it?
Visiting Undergraduate Scholar
Kadin Kristjansson is St. Louis native completing summer research at WashU while attending Smith College as an undergraduate. She expects to graduate in 2024 with a double major in chemistry and Spanish.
MOLSAMP Undergraduate Researcher
Nakaja is from New Jersey and part of MOLSAMP doing research at WashU for the summer. She attends Missouri State University and expects to graduate in 2024 with a degree in biochemistry.