We are hiring! We aim to add undergraduates, graduate students, and a postdoc to the team in 2019.
2019 Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Delaware
2018 Post-Doc, Genetics, Harvard Medical School (Advisor: George Church)
2015 PhD, Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Advisor: Kristala Prather)
2010 BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Texas
Aditya is from Houston, Texas, and interned for 5 summers with Shell and ExxonMobil during his undergraduate years. His desire to develop renewable liquid transportation fuel alternatives sparked his interest in biomolecular engineering research. He arrives in lab every day excited to discover what new product can be manufactured using biology instead of petroleum. When outside of lab, Aditya enjoys playing board games, watching basketball/football, and traveling.
Past Mentees: (UG = Undergrad / G = Grad / T = Technician / P = Post-Doc)
Emily Niu - 2018 - UG - MIT
Aditya Jog - 2018 - UG - MIT
Lucas Brown - 2018 - T - Harvard Medical School
Karen Noguera - 2017-2018 - T - Harvard Medical School
Peter Smith - 2017-2018 - G - Harvard Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Devon Stork - 2016-2018 - G - Harvard Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Jason Hyun - 2014-2015 - UG - Then: MIT - After: Manus Biosciences
Asmawaw Wassie - 2013 - UG - Then: MIT - After: MIT Biological Engineering PhD
Nikita Khlystov - 2012-2014 - UG - Then: MIT - After: Stanford Chemical Engineering PhD
Spencer Wenck - 2012-2013 - UG - Then: MIT - After: Boston Consulting Group
Bernardo Cervantes - 2012 - UG - Then: Berkeley - After: MIT Microbiology PhD
Delaware January 2019 Team
L to R: Aditya Kunjapur, Sean Wirt, Natalie Fuhr, Morgan Sulzbach, Ryan Buchser, Sunny Sen, and Neil Butler.
HMS Summer 2018 Team
L to R: Karen Noguera, Devon Stork, Aditya Jog, Lucas Brown, Emily Niu, and Aditya Kunjapur.