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Welcome, Dr. Ethan Lippmann!

We are excited to welcome Dr. Ethan Lippmann as our new Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.  Dr. Lippmann arrives from the University of Wisconsin where he worked as a post-doc in Biomedical Engineering after receiving his Ph.D. there in Chemical Engineering.  He earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Illinois.  Dr. Lippmann is building a research group in the area of pluripotent stem cells.  He will be teaching ChBE 3200-Phase Equilibria and Stage-Based Separations this fall.

Lang Promoted to Professor

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Lang who was promoted to Professor as of January 1, 2015.   Professor Lang is leading a very productive research group that is uncovering the inner-workings of nature’s molecular and cellular machinery through high-impact publications. He is also an excellent teacher and mentor. 

Young Promoted to Associate Professor

Congratulations to Dr. Jamey Young who was promoted to Associate Professor as of August 16, 2015.  During his time at Vanderbilt, Professor Young has won the prestigious NSF CAREER Award, the DOE Young Investigator Award, and an NIH R01, among others.  The central theme of his research is the application of engineering, biochemistry, and molecular biology to quantitatively analyze and redirect cellular metabolism. 

Guelcher Named Chancellor’s Fellow

Professor Scott Guelcher was among fifteen Vanderbilt professors who were named as inaugural Vanderbilt Chancellor’s Faculty Fellows on February 12, 2015.
Professor Guelcher will hold this title for two years and be supported by an unrestricted allocation to support innovative research, scholarship and creative expression activities.  Congratulations, Professor Guelcher! 

Nikki Reinemann—NSF Graduate Fellowship Winner

Congratulations to Ph.D. student Nikki Reinemann who won a 2015 NSF Graduate Fellowship.  Nikki is finishing her second year of Ph.D. studies in the group of Professor Matt Lang and is investigating single-molecule studies toward the mitotic spindle assembly.  Nikki is one of four current Vanderbilt Ph.D. students who have won a NSF Graduate Fellowship in recent years, including Ali McAtee (Young), Will Erwin (Bardhan), and Joseph Weinstein-Webb (Bardhan).

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