Kazage was a former IGERT Associate advised by
Cristina Marchetti in Physics
Thesis Title: Continuum Models of Collective Migration in Living Tissues.
He took a position at Manlius Pebble Hill.
Prashant was a former IGERT Associate advised
by Mark Bowick and Cristina Marchetti in Physics. He took on a position at the Galloway School in Atlanta.
Thesis Title: Pattern formation in active nematics.
Aaron was a former IGERT Associate advised
by Professor Liviu Movileanu in Structural Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics (SB3)
He is the COO at Ichor Therapeutics, Inc.
Erin was a former IGERT Associate advised by Dr. Patrick Mather in Bioengineering
Kathleen was a former IGERT Associate advised by Martin Forstner in Physics. She is currently working at Ichor Therapeutics, Inc. in Lafayette, NY as a Biology Director.
Ian was a former IGERT Associate advised by Martin Forstner in Physics. He completed his PhD in August 2015.
Thesis Title: Observing, Understanding, and Manipulating Biological Membranes.
Adolphe was a former IGERT Associate advised by Martin Forstner. He completed his PhD in August 2015.
Thesis Title: Modulation and Interactions of Charged Biomemetic Membranes with Bivalent Ions
After graduating Eleni did a postdoc in the Physics Department at Georgetown University and then returned to Syracuse University as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the group of Prof. Liviu Movileanu in the Physics Department.
Thesis Title: The non-erythroid membrane skeleton and its role in mechanotransduction.
Amir was a former IGERT Associate and was advised by Patrick Mather. He received his PhD in May 2014 and is now a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Univeristy of Colorado.
Thesis Title: Soft Shape-Memory Polymers as a Platform for Biomedical Applications
Pine was a former IGERT Associate and was advised by Patrick Mather. She received her PhD in May 2015 and joined Rice University as a Postdoctoral associate.
Thesis Title: New Surface and Bulk Shape Memory Effects in Polymers for Biomedical Applications
After leaving Syracuse University in June 2015, Xingbo Yang spent two years as a postdoc in the Department of Physics & Astronomy and the Department of Engineering Sciences & Applied Mathematics at Northwestern University working with David Schwab and Madhav Mani. He is now doing a second postdoc in the group of Dan Needleman at Harvard University.
Thesis Title: Collective Phenomena in Active Systems