Senior Staff Scientist
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BA, Biology (Specialization in Molecular Biology): The University of Chicago, Chicago IL (2004)
PhD, Interdepartmental Biological Sciences: Northwestern University, Evanston IL (2015)
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
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MSc, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan (2015)
PhD, Cell and Tissue Engineering: Keele University, UK (2019)
Senior Research Technician
- BS, Biology & Chemistry: Drury University, Springfield, MO (2016)
- MS, Biology: Missouri State University, Springfield, MO (2019)
Kayla is a recent masters graduate, working in the Markovina Lab before entering into a cancer related PhD program.
I'm a senior undergraduate here at WashU studying chemistry with a focus in biochemistry, and minoring in mathematics. I started in the Markovina lab in the Fall of 2022, and I'm taking a gap year after graduating to research and help aide my decision between graduate or medical school.
Post-baccalaureate Research Assistant
Lab Technician and BioSURF Fellowship Awardee
Medical Physics PhD Program Student
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Aaron is a PhD student in the Medical Physics program co-mentored by Dr. Stephanie Markovina and Dr. Michael Altman at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned his B.S. in Physics at Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2019 and a Master of Science in Medical Physics at Washington University in St. Louis in 2022.
Aaron is currently focusing on developing a preclinical cell irradiator platform to be used with a clinical high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy afterloader. A goal of his project is to investigate abscopal effects arising from the combination of brachytherapy and immunotherapy.
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- BS, Electronics: Sichuan TV University, P.R. China (1982)
Min Tan has a decade and a half of experience in biomedical research and has been at Washington University since 2004. She joined the Markovina lab as a senior technician in 2017.
Jasmine is an undergraduate student at WashU studying Neuroscience with a minor in Environmental Earth Science. She hopes to attend medical school after graduation.
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I was born in Lebanon and raised in several different countries as my parents loved to travel. I enjoy diversity and meeting people from all over the world. St. Louis is my home and I love everything about it. I graduated from the American College in London with a B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in Managing Information Systems. In my free time, I love to read, write, socialize with people and travel/discover different parts of the world. I have worked as an Administrative Assistant for 22 years and I enjoy and love being able to make life easier for others. Making a difference in life in any form is my main goal and objective.