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Annelise Barron Picture
Annelise Barron
The W.M. Keck Associate Professor of Bioengineering, and (by courtesy) Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
BS ChE University of Washington
PhD ChE University of California, Berkeley

Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, 2002
DuPont Young Professor Award, 2002
Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, 1999
Beckman Young Investigator Award, 1998, C.V.
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Matthew Kerby
Research Assistant Professor

BS - ChE, University of California, Davis, 1993
MS - BME, CSU, Sacramento, 1998
PhD - BME, Brown University, 2007
PE - ChE, California License, 2004

Research Project: Advanced microfluidic devices for extended gel-free DNA sequencing.
Barron Team: Integrated Systems
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Russell Haynes
Dora Guzman
BA Chemistry, University of California, Santa Cruz; PhD Chemistry, University of California, Irvine, 2009

Research Project: Development of model system to study host defense activities of surfactant protein complexes.
Jennifer Lin
Jennifer Lin
BS ChE Cornell University, 2001
PhD Northwestern University, 2008

Research Project: Drag tags for DNA Electrophoresis.
Barron Team: Free-Solution Conjugate Electrophoresis for Microchannel DNA Separations
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Maruti Didwania
Maruti Didwania
BS Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 2008
MS BioEngineering, Stanford University, 2008
PhD BioEngineering, Stanford University 2012 (expected)

Research Project: SP-C Lung Surfactant Protein Optimization
Barron Team: Biomimetic Lung Surfactant
Denitsa Milanova
Denitsa Milanova
BS Mechanical Engineering, University of Central Florida, 2008; MS/PhD Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, expected 2013
Tom Niedringhaus
Tom Niedringhaus
BE, Vanderbilt University, Chemical Engineering 2005; PhD, Stanford University, Chemical Engineering, expected 2011

Research Project: Polymer development for p53 mutation detection: Novel Polymeric Materials for Genetic Analyses by Microchannel Electrophoresis
Eric Teasley
Eric Teasley
BS Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 2007; PhD Bioengineering, Stanford University, expected 2013; MD Stanford University School of Medicine, expected 2015

Research Project: Microfluidic encapsulation of stem cells in protein hydrogel microcontainers.
Barron Team: Integrated Systems.