Sahil Inamdar, M.S.
Sahil has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Mumbai University. Next, he decided to pursue M.S. from Arizona State University in the same field because of its high-quality interdisciplinary research. He graduated with Masters’ degree in Fall 2017 and is currently a PhD student at ASU.
His research interest includes radiotherapy, targeted drug delivery for cancer treatment, immunoengineering, sensors and biomaterials.
He loves playing tennis, music and road trips.
Joslyn Mangal, B.Sc
Joslyn was born and raised in central California. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive and Neuroscience with an emphasis in learning and memory from The University of Arizona.
After graduation she began working in clinical research as Clinical Research Coordinator at Synexus Clinic. Currently, she is a PhD student in the Biological Design program with research interests in immunoengineering, biomaterials, and autoimmune diseases.
She enjoys yoga, DIY crafts, spending time with her dogs, and rock climbing.
I am a Sophomore majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics. I chose this field because I was naturally interested in the human body and its complexities and wanted a way to design better solutions for it. Biomedical Engineering seemed like a perfect way to do that, coupled with a minor in mathematics to really understand the building blocks of engineering.
My current research interests include Drug Delivery methods, Tissue Engineering, and Biomaterials. Some of my hobbies include playing/learning to play the violin, listening to music, and reading.
I am going into my senior year for my BS in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Spanish, and will be pursuing the 4+1 accelerated Masters program also in Chemical Engineering.
I have hopes of being involved in clinical research for drug development and looking forward to career development in the pharmaceutical sector.
Aside from academics, I spend much of my time in non-profit projects that aim to reduce the casualities involving health-related complications in the local homeless population (Project Hygiene).
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