WEBSITE(S)| Veiseh Lab

I am a PhD candidate in Bioengineering at Rice University, and my research is focused on remote control drug delivery and materials science. My background is in biochemistry and molecular biology, with prior research experience in the fundamental biochemistry of the spliceosome. Currently, I am 1) developing cell-based remote control drug delivery platforms by engineering cells to secrete therapeutics in response to various electronic stimuli and encapsulating them in biomaterials for in vivo delivery, and 2) researching the role of lipids in the immune response to implanted biomaterials.

SCOPUS- 57202016929

Research Areas

drug delivery, materials science

Societies & Organizations

Trinity University, B.S. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2018)

Honors & Awards

NSF GRFP Honorable Mention

Beckman Scholar