2018, M.S. in Biomedical & Molecular Sciences Research, King’s College London, UK
2017, B.S. in Biological Engineering, Louisiana State University
Bacteria represent the 2nd largest biomass on the planet, are purveyors of both health and disease, and are emerging as engineer-able micro-factories. Chris is excited to probe mechanisms of bacteria physiology through a biophysics lens in the Si lab to better understand how these ceaseless micro-factories operate on a fundamental level. Prior to joining CMU, Chris received a bachelors in bioengineering from Louisiana State University and a masters in biomedical and molecular sciences research at King’s College London supported by a Rotary scholarship in disease research and prevention. Chris’ hobbies outside of research are in STEM outreach and entrepreneurship.