We are delighted to welcome our 2024 Biophysics REU students to Ann Arbor for the summer!

This year’s cohort is:

  • Molly Abramson: Physics major at Carnegie Mellon, working in the Zochowski lab.
  • Jessica Chung: Physics major at University of Virginia, working in the Biteen lab.
  • Ania Grodsky: Math major from Michigan State University, working in the Horowitz lab.
  • Darianys Hernandez-Rivera: Industrial Biotech major from University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, working in the Koutmos lab.
  • Sowon Kang: Biomedical Engineering major from UT Austin, working in the Liu lab.
  • Suhail Patel: Physics & Biological Chemistry major from Binghamton Univeristy, working in the Brooks lab.
  • Sam Sooter: Physics & Math major from University of Arkansas, working in the Wood lab.
  • Kai Yamagami: Physics & Math major from Case Western Reserve, working in the Veatch lab.

We are so excited to have these students join us and can’t wait to see what they accomplish this summer! Help us welcome this group! 

About REU

The Summer REU Program in Biophysics provides selected non-University of Michigan undergraduate students from around the United States an opportunity to conduct ten weeks of summer research with some of the country's leading biophysicists in a range of biophysical fields. The program is conducted in concert with the NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Program and is supported by funds from the National Science Foundation.