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Jose ReySensory Knowledge-based Interface Science IGERT
University of South FloridaTampa, FL
Jose I. Rey is an NSF IGERT fellow pursuing a PhD in Engineering Sciences in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Under the joint supervision of Drs. Richard Gilbert (Chemical Engineering), Francis Moussy (Chemical Engineering), and Richard Heller (College of Medicine) at USF, his research involves the application of engineering principles to the computational and experimental analysis and design of electric field enhanced therapeutic molecule delivery medical devices. He presented his research during the 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (IEEE - EMBS) in New York City.
As an IGERT fellow, Jose has been involved in both K-12 outreach and graduate student recruitment activities (ABRCMS, SACNAS, SHPE) activities, and has hosted potential students during on-campus visitations. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor’s in Engineering from the Universidad Metropolitana in Venezuela. Jose’s other interests include entrepreneurship and the technology transfer cycle. He completed his two-year IGERT traineeship appointment in Summer 2006 and is now the recipient of fellowship support from the Alfred P. Sloan Minority PhD Program and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).
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