Undergraduate Students

Adrienne Widener

Adrienne Widener

Adrienne Widener Materials Science and Engineering Adriennejan25@ufl.edu Neural Interfaces and Drug Delivery

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Annie Gormaley

Annie Gormaley

Annie Gormaley Biomedical Engineering agormaley@ufl.edu

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Melissa Franklin

Melissa Franklin

Melissa Franklin Biomedical Engineering melfrank7@ufl.edu Neural interfaces and immunohistochemistry [expand title=”Read more”]Melissa is a fourth-year biomedical engineering major at the University of Florida with a specialization in Biomaterials. She is interested in novel biomaterials used for neural interfaces and techniques to regenerate neural tissue. After her bachelor’s degree, she plans to pursue a PhD in […]

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Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Mary Regan Agricultural and Biological Engineering mregan1014@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”] Mary is currently a 4th year student in the Biological Engineering department here at UF and is planning on pursuing a PhD in biomedical Engineering after graduating. She is specifically interested in using nanoparticles for drug delivery and disease detection, but is currently focused on […]

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Himanshi Desai

Himanshi was awarded First Place at 2010 Purdue University College of Science Undergraduate Poster Competition (primary author: H Desai).

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Nick Hilborn

Nick Hilborn

Nick Hilborn BSc student Biomedical Engineering [expand title=”Read more”]Nick received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a specialization in Neural Engineering. He is interested studying neuroprosthetics and researching possible solutions to neurological injuries. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Nick is pursuing his masters in Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech University.[/expand]

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Kaileigh Rock

Kaileigh Rock

Kaileigh Rock BSc student Biomedical Engineering kaileighrock@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”] Kaileigh is a third year biomedical engineering major at the University of Florida with a specialization in Neural Engineering. This is Kaileigh’s first experience in a research setting, and she is very excited for the opportunity to work in the NPR lab.[/expand]

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Anthony Au

Anthony Au is a senior in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. He joined the NPR Lab in the 2012 as an undergraduate volunteer. He hopes to attain a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and pursue a career involving neural engineering.

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