Current member of the University of Florida Graduate Student Council
BS, University of Arkansas, Chemical Engineering
Julie is from Oklahoma City, OK
hanifah A Yasin
Joined the Stoppel Lab in Fall 2018
BS, University at Albany, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
This could be you!
The Stoppel Lab is actively looking for an MS student to start in the fall 2019 to work on COMSOL modeling of our existing biomaterial systems. Models developed will be supplemented by experimental data collected by Julie and Raul.
MS or ME students interested in joining the lab in Fall 2018 must be in good standing and currently enrolled in ECH 6270, ECH 6272, and ECH 6847 OR BME 5401 and BME 6018
Ideally, MS/ME students should spend time in lab accordingly such that they can complete the work required to defend their thesis between February and June of their 2nd year
Currently, the Stoppel Lab does not plan to elevate masters students to the PhD program. However, successful completion of a thesis will lead to letters of recommendation for future industrial positions or PhD programs. Changes to this policy will be discussed on a case-by-case basis.
How to join the Stoppel Lab as an Undergraduate
The Stoppel Lab will not accept any additional undergraduate students until Spring 2020
Additional space for undergraduate students in the lab is dictated by our move to the new Wertheim Building so that we physically have bench space for students to perform research