- Doctoral Student, Braunschweig Lab, Nanoscience Initiative
Doug is currently pursuing his masters of science in Biotechnology at the City College of New York.
After completing a BS degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Connecticut, Doug spent a year as a research assistant for Yale School of Medicine, Department of Nephrology. At Yale, Doug worked on projects studying the role of a specific protein produced by the kidney in pancreatic cancer, melanoma and chronic kidney disease.
At the ASRC, Doug works with peptide-based hydrogels which function as a synthetic extracellular matrix for three-dimensional cell culture.
Doug is also involved in a startup company based on this technology called Biogelx, a member company of Harlem Biospace.
Tissue engineering, Biotechnology, Biomaterials, Regenerative medicine