CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
 LARSEN LABORATORY DRUG DELIVERY - BIOMATERIALS - NANOTECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTING, AND APPLIED SCIENCE
CHEMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
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CONTACT email larsenj at clemson . edu phone 864.656.2621 office 130 Earle Hall
LAB ALUMNI
LUCAS TATEM B.S. Bioengineering, 2018
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current: M. Eng. Student in Bioengineering at Clemson University
CAMILO SUESCUM B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2019
 "Modulating Nanoparticle Shape to Enhance Blood-Brain Barrier Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: Applications Polymer Chemist for SNF Holding Company
ADAM BEITZ B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2019
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: Doctoral Student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
CELINE CRUM B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2020
 "Modulating Nanoparticle Shape to Enhance Blood-Brain Barrier Delivery" Creative Inquiry
COLLEEN MARTIN B.S. Bioengineering, 2019
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: Manufacturing Development Program Engineer, BD
HELEN NGUYEN B.S. Bioengineering, 2019
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry
ANAIS LAWSON South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics, 2020
 Summer Program for Research Interns Current Position: Undergraduate in Computer Science at Columbia University
KAYLEIGH KELLY South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics, 2020
 Summer Program for Research Interns
REBECCA DORSEY B.S. Bioengineering, 2019
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: Biomedical Engineer at FDA
BRADLEY SCAMMON B.S. Bioengineering (Electrical Conc.), 2018
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: Research Assistant at Carnegie Mellon
JESSE WESTFALL M.S. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2019 Current position: Research Associate at Altis Biosystems, Raleigh, NC
NICK L'AMOREAUX B.S. Biochemistry, 2020
 "Modulating Nanoparticle Shape to Enhance Blood-Brain Barrier Delivery" Creative Inquiry
AON ALI B.S. Biochemistry, 2019
 "Modulating Nanoparticle Shape to Enhance Blood-Brain Barrier Delivery" Creative Inquiry Current Position: MA, IR/Conflict Management at Johns Hopkins University
TAYLOR BROADWELL Southern Wesleyan University, B.S. Biology, 2022
 Thermal-Responsive Hydrogels for Local Glioblastoma Treatment
JUANITA BELL Carlow University, B.S. Behavioral Neuroscience, 2021
 Polymersomes for Enzyme Replacement Therapy
CHANTY BROWN B.S. Bioengineering, 2020
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry
GARRETT QUANCE B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2022
 Modulating Nanoparticle Shape to Enhance Blood-Brain Barrier Delivery
TAYLOR HAMAS B.S. Bioengineering, 2021
 "Image Guided Drug Delivery" Creative Inquiry
CHEYENNE BRADY B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2020
 "Nanoparticle-mediated delivery of Nerve Regenerating Peptides" Current Position: Quality Control Engineer in the Tubes and Cores Department, Sonoco
AUSTIN EVERS B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2020
 "Nanoparticle-mediated delivery of Nerve Regenerating Peptides" Current Position: Doctoral Student at Auburn University
CHRISTOPHER ROVERO B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2020
 "Non-viral, Polymeric Vectors as Gene Editing Tools in Neurons" Current Position: General Engineer at Norfolk Naval Shipyard
LAUREN MAGHAK B.S. Biochemistry 2020, Honors Thesis
 "Understanding Self-Assembly in Whole Blood" Calhoun Honors College Thesis Current Position: Doctoral Student at Indiana University
JILLIAN LAIRD B.S. Chemical Engineering 2020, Honors Thesis
 "Analysis of Nanoparticle Treatment in GM1 Gangliosidosis Felines" Calhoun Honors College Thesis Current Position: Futures Management Program Chemical Engineer, Sika USA
CHLOE CHAMPION B.S. Biochemistry 2020
 "Probing Neurodegenerative Processes in GM1 Gangliosidosis"
KARA ZAZISKI B.S. Biochemistry, 2021
"Probing Neurodegenerative Processes in GM1 Gangliosidosis"
SARAH SMITH B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2019 "Probing Neurodegenerative Processes in GM1 Gangliosidosis" Current Position: Lab Manager and Life Science Research Professional, Stanford University