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Graduate Student Profiles — Chemical, Biochemical & Environmental Engineering

UMBC graduate students in the College of Engineering and Information Technology are involved in a wide variety of research and activities. Learn more about what some of them do in the profiles below. Find out more about available programs and degrees here.

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Marilyn Allen

Major: Chemical & Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Cell-based cancer immunotherapies
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Sheniqua Brown

Major: Chemical & Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Optical Biosensors for Glucose and Glutamine Detection in Biomedical and Bioprocess Applications
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Cynthia Chelius

Major: Chemical & Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Phosphoproteomic and transcriptomic study of the cell wall repair pathway in filamentous fungi
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Adam Day

Major: Chemical & Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic:Screen Printing of Retina
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Marwa El-Sayed

Major: Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Investigating the Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosols in Atmospheric Liquid Water
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James Sanders

Major: Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Monitoring and Reducing the Bioavailability of Methylmercury in Sediments
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Utsav Shashvatt

Major: Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Recovery of phosphorus from waste streams using Donnan membrane principle
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Laura Simpson

Major: Chemical & Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Bioengineered Models of Alzheimer’s Disease
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Michael Zhang

Major: Chemical &Biochemical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Engineering biomolecules for vaccines, systems biology for immunodiagnostics
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