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Ayo, Allison and Ruoxin join the group

DLRG welcomes three new PhD students from Biomedical Engineering who will lead projects in immunoengineering and drug delivery

Ayo Oloyede (pictured at left) recently joined the DeLisa group and will be working on the design and engineering of outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) for use as cancer immunotherapies. Ayo is a graduate student in the field of Biomedical Engineering (BME). Prior to coming to Cornell, Ayo earned her BS degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of New Mexico prior to coming to Cornell for graduate studies.


Allison Chen (pictured at left) also joined the DeLisa group and will be co-advised by Prof. Chris Alabi in CBE. Allison is a first-year PhD student in BME at Cornell. She will be working on the design and engineering of tumor cell-specific nanoparticles for delivery of nucleic acid drug payloads. Allison completed her BS in Biomedical Engineering at UCSD and is also recipient of a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

Ruoxin Li (pictured at left) also joined the DeLisa group and will be co-advised by Prof. Shaoyi Jiang in BME. Ruoxin is a first-year PhD student in BME at Cornell. She will be working on a project to engineer viral vectors for targeted delivery of different therapeutic payloads including ubiquibodies. Ruoxin completed her BS in Biomedical Engineering at UCLA prior to coming to Cornell for graduate studies.


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