Kathryn Regan graduated with a Biophysics major and Math minor degree in the Spring of 2018. She first began working in Dr. Anderson's lab in November of 2015, focusing her work on the dynamics of crowded and entangled DNA. She started her doctoral program (Biomedical Engineering) at Boston University for Fall 2019.
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Dr. Bekele Gurmessa received his Ph.D. from the North Dakota State University's Department of Physics in 2015. He then joined Dr. Anderson's lab as a postdoctoral researcher in 2015 and worked in the lab till 2019 summer. He has been working as an assistant professor at Bucknell University since Fall 2019.