Ashvin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT. His research uses magnetic resonance in assessing fluid dysregulation disorders for clinical applications. He is also a co-founder of a non-profit developing unmanned aerial vehicles for wilderness search and rescue.
Greg is a PhD candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research focuses on the development of injectable materials for long-term in vivo monitoring of oxygen and pH to guide treatment of diseases including cancer and injuries to tissue vascularization.
Rosanna is an undergraduate student, double majoring in Computational Biology and Management. Her experiences spread across research, tech entrepreneurship, and investment, and her ultimate goal is to drive healthcare innovation. In her free time, she enjoys scuba diving, skiing, and poetry.
Lena is a PhD candidate in the Department of Biology at MIT. Her research focuses on developing a method for specificity profiling for recombinases and using directed evolution of proteins to engineer genome-editing tools. She has also worked with MBG for the last couple of years in planning events in her previous role as the president of Harvard’s undergraduate biotech group.
Skyler is a Fellow in the Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) program and is currently an MBA and SM Civil & Environmental Engineering candidate, focusing on supply chain and logistics. Previously, Skyler worked for Catalent Pharma Solutions in various roles, most recently as a Project Manager in the company’s Biologics division in Madison, WI. Skyler earned his BS Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
Ariel is an undergraduate student pursuing a BS degree in Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science. In addition to working with MBG, he is a Financial Board Member for the MIT Undergraduate Association, and performs research in the Sculpting Evolution Group at the MIT Media Lab.
Catie is a joint degree candidate pursuing a PhD in Chemical Engineering and an MBA at Sloan. In her research, she uses genome-wide sequencing to optimize manufacturing of therapeutic proteins. She is part of a team developing a modular continuous system for rapid production of biologic drugs, with applications in personalized medicine and local manufacturing.
Phuong Pham is an undergraduate majoring in Computer Science and Molecular Biology. She is interested in machine learning and its applications in various healthcare problems. In her free time, she enjoys reading books, meeting people, and staying up to date with biotechnology news.