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John Ngo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering

John was born in San Jose, California and was the first in his family to graduate from high school. He studied Biochemistry as an undergraduate at UC Santa Barbara, and he received a Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics from Caltech in 2012. As a graduate student he studied protein synthesis with David Tirrell, and he recieved training in molecular engineering as a post-doctoral fellow with Roger Tsien between 2012-2015. He began his appointment as Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Boston University in July 2015.

Hannah L. Dotson

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Alex M. Marzilli

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Remy E. Peace

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Shannon N. Tunney

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Chris Kuffner

Ph.D. student, Biomedical Engineering

Jeff B. McMahan

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Jeremy Tran

Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Deema Abdel-Meguid

BME undergrad @ BU

Vara Mathiyalakan

ChemE undergrad @ Johns Hopkins

Alumni 

  • D. Christopher Sloas (Ph.D., 2020) now at Carisma Therapeutics

  • Elliot P. Tague (Ph.D., 2020) now with George Church lab

  • Krishna Harpanahalli (B.S., 2019, M.S., 2021) now at Moderna Therapeutics