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Ana de la cruz

Ana De La Cruz

5th Year, Wu Lab

B.S. in Biochemistry, 2016, Mount Saint Mary’s University

adelacr6@jhu.edu

Research Interests:  Visualization and quantification of protein-mRNA interactions in vivo and its effects on translational dynamics using single molecule fluorescent microscopy

Gosia Latallo

Gosia Latallo

5th year, Wu lab

BS, Biomedical Engineering, 2011, Technical University of Lodz

mlatall1@jhmi.edu

Research Interests:  Visualization and quantification of biological events as they happen in situ at real time with single molecule imaging and spectroscopy technology.

Ifunanya (Ify) Nwogbaga

Ifunanya (Ify) Nwogbaga

4th year, Camley lab

B.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering, 2018, Princeton University

inwogba1@jhu.edu 

Research Interests:  Physics of cell biology and cell migration, coarse grained modeling and simulation

Student Representatives

Alma Plaza-Rodriguez

Alma Plaza-Rodriguez

5th Year, Iglesias Lab, Student Representative and Contact Student

B.S. in Biotechnology, 2017, Western Carolina University

aplazar1@jhu.edu

Research Interests:  Coarse-grained molecular modeling and simulation, cytoskeletal mechanics, systems biology

Amy Fernandez

Amy Fernandez

4th Year, Berger lab, Student Representative

B.S. in Biology, 2015, West Virginia University

ajfernandez@jhmi.edu

Research Interests: Structural and functional studies of bacterial DNA replication initiation


Social Representatives

Fran Harris

Fran Harris

3rd year, Xiao lab, Social Representative

B.A. in Applied Mathematics, 2018, Yale University

harri19@jhu.edu

Research Interests: Understanding the molecular mechanisms of HU-mediated chromosome organization in E. coli using single-molecule imaging and fluorescence-based assays

Robbin Jang

Robbin Jang

2nd Year, Twomey Lab, Social Representative

B.S. in Chemical Engineering, 2019, University of Rochester

rjang4@jhu.edu

Research Interests: How multimeric AMPA receptor complexes assemble in neurons, as well as how errors in the assembly process might contribute to disease.