The Mace lab welcomes Sarah Innes-Gold (interfaces) and Chrissa Salemis (paper) as Undergraduate Researchers!
The Mace lab welcomes Sam Berry (paper), Andrei Didenko (interfaces) and Justin Lee (interfaces) as Undergraduate Researchers! After spending the Fall developing your research projects, we are excited to have you on board now that the lab is completed.
Renovations to Michael 102 have been completed! We are still waiting for some of our instrumentation to be installed, but we are already making use of our space and starting our first experiments.
The Mace lab welcomes our first graduate students: Syrena Fernandes and Jenna Walz! Syrena will begin her thesis research on our paper diagnostic sub-group, while Jenna will focus her efforts on the immiscible polymers sub-group. We are excited to have them both on board!
The Mace lab welcomes Jackie Ochoa as an Undergraduate Intern! Jackie is a double major in International Relations and Community Health at Tufts. We look forward to her contributions to the paper diagnostics sub-group.
The Mace lab welcomes Anjali Rajaratnam as an Undergraduate Researcher! Anjali is a double major in Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering at Tufts. We look forward to her contributions to the paper diagnostics sub-group.
The Mace lab welcomes Rachel Deraney as a Visiting Scientist! Rachel joins us after completing her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University.
Michael 102 will be home to the Mace Lab. We recently finished the first step of migrating the previous occupants to their new space. We have big plans to renovate this lab and fill it with active scientists.
The Mace Lab prepares to recruit its first scientists this fall! Check back often for updates on lab renovations, publications, and opportunities to join the group.