Position: PhD Graduate Student
Research in brief: Sarah received her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2018. She joined the Bioengineering PhD Program at the University of Maryland in August of 2018 and is currently doing a research rotation under the supervision of Dr. Alisa Morss Clyne. Her research interests include understanding the relationship between the changes in endothelial cell structure, traumatic brain injury, and eye movements.
Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate
Research interests: My research is focused on understanding and investigating how and why energy fields affect cell metabolism. I am currently investigating how magnetic and electric fields are manipulating the molecular radical species in endothelial cells.