Students in my lab


(click on links on the left to learn more about my students)

I am deeply committed to supporting undergraduate research efforts in my laboratory.  I strongly encourage my students to develop their own research problems, approaches and expertise.

Research at the undergraduate level allows our undergraduate students to take a critical step at a point when they are learning and mastering the fundamentals of a specific discipline. It encourages them to apply their knowledge and to think beyond their normal intellectual scope. More importantly, it transforms them from “students” into “scholars".

I believe that learning is never restricted to the classroom or to the laboratory. Interaction with students outside the classroom in a variety of activities is very important. Thus, I try to engage students in activities that go beyond the standard classroom interaction, especially research, mentorship, and social activities. Lab should be fun!

You can learn more about the lab students who have come through the lab in the past:

A complete list of students I ever mentored can be found here.

If you are interested in joining the lab, click here.

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