PhD Students:

Graham Collins


PhD Biomedical Engineering, Wallace H. Coulter Department Biomedical Engineering

Biography:

Graham grew up in Charlotte, NC, and he earned a B.S. in BME from the UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. When he isn’t working, Graham likes to bike and bake. Graham is also passionate about promoting STEaM and demystifying science.

Jakob Krzyston

(Jay for short)


PhD Bioengineering, College of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Biography:

Jakob received their BS in Biomedical Engineering with minors in Mechanical Engineering and Communication from Rochester Institute of Technology, in addition to competing in varsity lacrosse. Originally from southern New Hampshire, Jakob likes to explore, be active, volunteer, and inquire the impossible.

Theodore J. LaGrow

(TJ for short)


PhD Bioengineering, College of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Biography:

Theodore hales from Portland, Oregon where he eats, breathes, and lives the Pacific Northwest. Theodore completed his undergraduate at the University of Oregon where he double majored in Mathematics and Computer and Information Sciences and double minored in Physics and Theatre Arts. In his free time, Theodore enjoys hiking, hockey, singing, and improv.

Undergraduate Students:

Jacqueline Elliott

(Jackie for short)


B.S. Computer Science, College of Computing

Biography:

Jacqueline grew up in Brattleboro, Vermont and is currently pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science at Georgia Tech. Outside of academics, she enjoys reading science fiction, running and painting.