Research Assistants

Research Assistants

Yunhan Chen ychen@bwh.harvard.edu

Yunhan Chen

Yunhan Chen is a research technician at the Farokhzad Lab. He graduated from Harvard College with a BA in economics with a focus in premedical studies. He is currently studying the formulation and viability of nanoparticle vaccines.
E-mail: ychen@bwh.harvard.edu

 

 

Yujing Li

Yujing Li is a third year Ph.D candidate in pharmacy at Jilin University. At the Farokhzad Lab, she serves as a visiting graduate student and works on drug delivery systems based on lipid nanoparticles and microfluidic technology for cancer therapy.

E-mail: yli80@partners.org

 

Gha Young Lee

Gha Young Lee is a sophomore at Harvard College studying chemistry and physics with a minor in computer science. She joined the lab this summer and is studying protein coronas and their unique potential theranostic uses. Outside of lab and school, she loves to dance, bike, and teach in her free time.

E-mail: ghayounglee@college.harvard.edu

 

Lisa Krygsman

Lisa Krygsman is studying Nanotechnology Engineering at the University of Waterloo. She is joining the lab for an internship to study the use of polymeric nanoparticles for targeted cancer treatment. Outside of the lab she likes to explore, rock climb, and spend time with friends.

E-mail: lkrygsman@bwh.harvard.edu

 

Shirley Chung

Shirley Chung is currently studying Biology at the University of Waterloo. She has joined the lab for an internship to study the development of a RNA-based nanoparticle vaccine for targeted cancer therapy. Outside of the lab she enjoys swimming, traveling, and spending time with friends/family.

E-mail: schung16@bwh.harvard.edu

 

James Oswald

James Oswald is studying Nanotechnology Engineering at the University of Waterloo. He joinined the lab for an internship to study the use of polymeric nanoparticles for targeted cancer treatment. Outside the lab, James likes to go to the gym, hangout with friends and ski.

E-mail: jtoswald@edu.uwaterloo.ca

 

Na Kong

Na Kong is a second year Ph.D. student in clinical medicine at Zhejiang University. Na’s Ph.D research programs focus on breast cancer chemotherapy and drug resistant mechanism, at the same time, she is proficient for CRISPR/Cas9 technology. In the Center for Nanomedicine, she serves as a visiting Ph.D. student and works on nanomedicine for antitumor therapy.

E-mail: kongna.zju@gmail.com

 

Silvia Tian Gan

Silvia Tian Gan is studying Biochemistry at the University of Waterloo. She is joining the lab for an internship to study the use of polymeric nanoparticles for targeted cancer treatment. Outside of the lab she likes to read, draw, and travel.

E-mail: tgan1@bwh.harvard.edu