Current Lab Members

Jess website with PhoebeSyrena Fernandes


Dr. Jessica Crumbley Brooks
Postdoctoral Scholar
Paper Microfluidics

Jessica is from Rome, Georgia. She received her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Berry College (2011) and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Auburn University (2016) where she worked with the Easley Group.



Syrena Fernandes
Graduate Student (G4), NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Paper Microfluidics

Syrena is from East Providence, RI.  She graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2013 with a
B.S. in Chemistry and Forensic Chemistry. 

Jenna Walz


Jenna Walz
Graduate Student (G4), 2015 GAANN Fellow
Interfaces

Jenna is from Groton, CT.  She graduated from Stonehill College in 2013 with a B.S. in Chemistry. 

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Chris Luby
Graduate Student (G3)
Interfaces

Chris is from Scotch Plains, NJ.  He graduated from the Univeristy of Scranton in 2011 with a B.S. in ACS Chemistry. 
He previously worked as an Analytical Chemist at Airborne Labs International.



Dan Wilson
Graduate Student (G3), 2016 GAANN Fellow
Interfaces

Dan is from Burrillville, RI.  He graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 where he double-majored in Chemistry and Secondary Education. 

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Keith Baillargeon
Graduate Student (G1)
Paper Microfluidics

Keith is from Gorham, NH. He earned a B.S. in Chemistry with concentration in Biochemistry from Emmanuel College in 2016.



Judy Yau

Undergraduate Scientist (Junior)
Interfaces

Judy is from Newport, ME. She is majoring in Biochemistry, but is studying abroad at Oxford this year! Good luck!



Natalie Bettez
Undergraduate Scientist (Junior)
Paper Microfluidics

Natalie is majoring in Biochemistry.




Ray Parker
Undergraduate Scientist (Junior)
Interfaces

Ray is majoring in Physics.



Liam Reilly
Undergraduate Scientist (Sophomore)
Interfaces

Liam is a visiting summer undergraduate scientist on loan from the Miri Lab at RIT.

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