It's been an exciting summer in the Killian Lab! We welcomed two new graduate students: Syeda Lamia (Mechanical Engineering; PhD). Iman Bhattacharya (Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; MS) We welcomed three REU students and a high school student: Shaneaka Anderson (Edward Waters College) Rachel Klink (Taylor University) Claudia Offutt (St. Elizabeth's High School) Madeline Tallman (Tulane … Continue reading Summer updates in Killian Lab!
There is a first time for everything. For me, traveling to the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) Annual Conference 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana (NOLA) established my first experience 1) at a national conference and 2) in NOLA. Thankfully, because of funds provided by the Office of Graduate and Professional Education at the University of … Continue reading Ryan’s Recap of ORS 2018
About the author: Elahe is a second year Mechanical Engineering PhD Student. She is a steering committee member and publicist of the WiE (Women in Engineering) at UD and began her graduate research in Killian Lab since Spring 2017. She is interested in investigating the role of Fgf receptors and ligands on mechanical behavior of the … Continue reading Important Factors to Consider When Finding your Graduate Research Laboratory
About the author: Connor is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Delaware. He received his Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics at the University of Buffalo in 2016. Connor has interned with both Franco Consulting Engineers and East Coast Orthotics and Prosthetics. He has been a part of … Continue reading The First Months of Graduate School
About the author: Ryan is a first year graduate student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Delaware. He joined the Killian Lab in 2016 and is UD's BMES Chapter President. His research interests involve biomechanics of the tendon-to-bone attachment and identifying cellular and molecular pathways for musculoskeletal regeneration. Experiment planning is one of the … Continue reading Advice for planning experiments
Many people are unaware of how impactful networking can be as a career tool, or they dread forming that network due to unfamiliarity with the networking process. I never really realized how important forming a network was until after I had unintentionally formed my own network. I entirely believe that I am a member of … Continue reading Applying to Graduate School – The Importance of Networking